Google I/O dominates the news today. First, Google launched Android Pay with a good list of partners. Next, Google “Now on Tap” is the next generation of Google Now and it looks amazing. Google also created an Android-based operating system for the internet of things. Lastly, Google’s new cloud test lab lets developers quickly test […]

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Recode leads our day with some reporting on Mary Meeker’s internet trends for 2015. The slides are a must read, as they are every year. Google adds app deep linking using goo.gl addresses. This should be a nice boon for mobile developers. In security and operations, Banyan talks about the problem of vulnerabilities in many […]

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The Next Web starts our day by reporting on a hack at the IRS where data from over 100,000 taxpayers was likely stolen. Thankfully, it is not a huge number, but the IRS is one place we do not want data stolen from. Martin Fowler revisits the idea of YAGNI (you aren’t gonna need it) […]

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Venture Beat leads off today reporting on the announcement that Charter Communications will acquire Time Warner Cable. There is a much greater likelihood that this deal works compared to the Comcast deal. FastML talks about real-time interactive movie recommendations. On Flowing Data, they point us to a fascinating interactive graph where you can look at […]

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There were a lot of development articles over the weekend. On Building Real Software, they talk about application security and the gaps between builders and defenders. Edmund Kirwan shows us a structural package analysis of Apache Lucene over the years. As always, enjoy today‚Äôs items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites. Startups, […]

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