Adobe, the developers of the software “Flash,” have discovered a major security issue with the product and are strongly suggesting uninstalling it from any system anyone is using, including Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The issue they have found leaves the system vulnerable to hacker attacks, in which they could potentially cause a complete crash of a targeted PC. In addition, according to Trend Micro, one group of hackers used current events as email subjects for “phishing” attacks, so when a user clicked the link in the email, their system was compromised. At this point, there is little knowledge of how many hackers have tried to exploit this issue, but Adobe’s recommendation is to uninstall Flash version 188.8.131.52, as well as more recent versions.
Google just announced that it will be shutting down it’s autocomplete API. The change will take effect on August 10, 2015. Read more about it here at searchengineland.com.
“Google said the unsupported API had no official restrictions and saw the API being used in both ways they found useful and in other ways that were not so useful. That being said, Google said the Autocomplete API doesn’t “provide a meaningful user benefit” other than being paired to Google Web search.”
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Get inspired with these awesome examples of website designs that incorporate supersize typography in different and creative ways. Read more at Line25.com
“This supersize typography cleverly plays two roles; it introduces the site with an attention grabbing title, while also forming part of the overall website design. You’ll see how most of these sites otherwise have solid colour backgrounds and minimal layouts to allow the text to take focus.”
Check out these new tools to help you build your next website in this article posted by Creative Bloq.
“No one enjoys debugging their work, so this month we’ve collected up a few tools that make it a bit easier. There’s CSS Dig, a Chrome Extension that exposes your CSS in a useful format so you can poke around and find inconsistencies; ES Feature Tests, which you might see as an alternative to caniuse; and Vorlon.js which helps you to test your code on lots of devices.”
“Tech4Imaging® LLC , a spin-off company from The Ohio State University, is directed towards the development and commercialization of imaging technologies, targeting industrial and medical applications. Since its establishment in September 2007, Tech4Imaging has successfully completed several industrial projects, assisting researchers and engineers in viewing processes previously considered inaccessible.”
The FCC voted Thursday to protect an open internet! What this means is that internet service providers, like Comcast and AT&T, under the new regulations can not give preferential treatment to content providers, like Netflix or Hulu, by allowing them to pay for faster internet. This would have left individual who couldn’t afford to pay more for faster internet left with a slower internet speed. Which isn’t very fair. With the new regulations everyone will have equal access to fast internet without bias. To learn more about net neutrality check out this 65 second video below.
ARM has developed a new processor that will give your smartphone 3.5 times the power! Read more about it at Mashable.com!
“The Coretex-A72 has 3.5 times the power and is 75% more energy efficient than the previous generation of processor, the A15, ARM says. The processor will begin to ship with smartphones and tablets in 2016. ARM also introduced a new graphics processor, the Mali-T880, which the company promises will bring “console quality gaming” to mobile devices.”