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Mobile - Forte rumeur : Facebook préparerait un smartphone avec HTC

Mobile - Forte rumeur : Facebook préparerait un smartphone avec HTC | mlearn | Scoop.it
L'info est tombée cette nuit : Facebook aurait conclu un partenariat avec le constructeur HTC pour le développement d'un smartphone, dont la sortie serait prévue pour mi-2013.

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Flaw in popular mobile apps exposes users to identity theft

Flaw in popular mobile apps exposes users to identity theft | mlearn | Scoop.it
Flawed mobile apps for Facebook, Dropbox, LinkedIn, and likely others save user authentication data as easy-to-swipe plain text files...

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Phone Apps for Better Mental Health

Phone Apps for Better Mental Health | mlearn | Scoop.it

It’s not just about photos and instant Tweeting anymore.


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Viral channels for Android apps to launch ‘in coming weeks’

Viral channels for Android apps to launch ‘in coming weeks’ | mlearn | Scoop.it

One of the bits of news hidden in this week’s flood of Facebook marketing and HTML5 announcements is that viral channels for native Android apps are coming to the platform in a few weeks.

 

That will finally bring the mobile platform to parity between Android and iOS. Developers for both platforms will be able to promote their apps in the news feed and through requests and bookmarks. If a person sees activity from a mobile app in their news feed, they’ll be driven to the app if they have it or the right page in the iTunes store or Android Market for downloading it. Facebook first unveiled these mobile channels back in October, but they were just for iOS and mobile web apps.

 

 


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