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21 Feb 19
Casual Photophile

Lomography has just unveiled the Lomogon, a brand new 32mm lens, and after just 24 hours the brand’s latest Kickstarter is an instant success. We’ve got all the details. The Lomogon is a 32mm lens for Canon EF and Nikon F mount cameras. It has an f-stop range of f/2.5 to f/11 and a minimum […]

21 Feb 19
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 21, 2019 ) TheGlobal Green Coating market outlook report This research study analyzes the penetration of Green Coating across applications worldwide. Focusing on the factors driving and challenging the new industry dynamics, this research report presents a strategic analysis review of global Green Coating market. The report analyzes the current market size in […]

21 Feb 19
Ruedelabiotechnologie ®

Merck annonce un accord pour le rachat du groupe pharmaceutique américain Immune Design basé à Seattle et spécialisé dans l’immunothérapie. Le prix de la transaction ressort à 5,85$ par action en numéraire (contre une clôture à 1,42$ sur le Nasdaq hier soir), soit un total d’environ 300 M$. L’opération devrait être finalisée au second trimestre […]

21 Feb 19
MY ELITE CLUB WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS

20 Best Replica Designer Clothing Sites for Wholesale in China/UK I:  10 Best Replica Clothing Sites in China II:  10 Best Replica Clothing Sites in UK III:  Tips on How to Wholesale Fake Designer Clothes. IV:  Cons of Wholesale Replica Clothing In this article, you will get to know about some the best replica clothing […]

21 Feb 19
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 21, 2019 ) TheGlobal Styrene-Butadiene Latexes market outlook report This research study analyzes the penetration of Styrene-Butadiene Latexes across applications worldwide. Focusing on the factors driving and challenging the new industry dynamics, this research report presents a strategic analysis review of global Styrene-Butadiene Latexes market. The report analyzes the current market size in […]

21 Feb 19
Update Trend News

The Liberal government’s incoming system of benefits for injured veterans will be slightly more generous than the one it replaces, but it will leave the most severely disabled in worse financial shape, Canada’s parliamentary budget officer said Thursday. The report from Yves Giroux is likely to add fuel to the heated (and sometimes nasty) political, legal and social […]

21 Feb 19
Financhill

Valmont Industries Inc. (NYSE: VMI)Q4 2018 Earnings Image source: The Motley Fool. Conference CallFeb. 21, 2019, 9:00 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Greetings, and welcome to the Valmont Industries Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2018 Conference Call. (Operator Instructions). As a reminder, this conference is being recorded. […]

21 Feb 19
Axios News Tracker

As American’s, we complain that there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything that we have to do. With that in mind, you can’t possibly think we have time to sit down and read lengthy newsletters. People want their news updates to be accessible and easy to read so they are informed in […]

21 Feb 19
Acti-quant

As we know, the stock market has charted something of a “V” pattern since early December, with the bottom point having occurred around Christmas. And right now, the S&P 500 is within a whisker of the early December high, the point from which the market started to draw the downward portion of the “V.” So […]

21 Feb 19
PHM Perspectives

Over the last decade, technology and mass digitization have transformed possibilities for healthcare marketing across the board, with point of care emerging as one of the most intriguing and exciting channels. And while many pharmaceutical companies and their marketers are still playing catch-up when it comes to POC marketing, the next ten years promise to […]

21 Feb 19
VentureBeat
Google today said that it’ll require Android apps in major app stores from third-party manufacturers like Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent to target API level 26 (Android 8.0) or higher in 2019, in a bid to “improve the security of the app ecosystem.” It also said it will require all new apps to target API level 28 (Android 9) or higher by August 2019, and mandate that updates to existing apps target API level 28 or higher by November 2019. The target API levels will “advance annually,” Google says, and existing apps that aren’t receiving updates won’t be affected by the changes. “Thanks to the efforts of thousands of app developers, Android users now enjoy more apps using modern APIs than ever before, bringing significant security and privacy benefits. For example, during 2018, over 150,000 apps added support for runtime permissions, giving users granular control over the data they share,” Edward Cunningham, product manager on the Android Security and Privacy Team, wrote in a blog post. “Over 95 percent of spyware we detect outside of the Play Store intentionally targets API level 22 or lower, avoiding runtime permissions even when installed on recent Android versions.” In addition to those new policies, Google says that, on devices with Developer options enabled, Google Play Protect — an automated security solution that scans more than 50 billion apps on billions of devices each day — will begin to warn users when they attempt to install apps from any source that don’t target a recent API level. “For example, a user with a device running Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) will be warned when installing any new [app] that targets API level 22 or lower,” Cunningham explained. “Users with devices running Android 8.0 (Oreo) or higher will be warned when installing any new APK that targets API level 25 or lower.” The announcement comes after Google said it would continue to improve the automated systems that help root out unscrupulous developers in the Google Play Store — and after researchers with security firm Eset and Trend Micro discovered malicious Android apps hosted on the Play Store that were designed to steal cryptocurrency and trick users into downloading and installing a trojan. In a recent blog post, the company revealed that in 2018, the number of apps rejected and suspended from the Play Store increased by more than 55 percent and 66 percent, respectively, and that tens of thousands of apps not adherent to the Play Store’s user data and privacy policies were rejected or removed. Google announced late last year that it’s paid out over $15 million since launching its bug bounty program in November 2010. And it said it’s regularly conducting both “static” and “dynamic” analyses of apps with inappropriate content, impersonators, and PHAs, and “intelligently” using user engagement and feedback data to help find bad apps with “higher accuracy and efficiency.”