Developer

  • Veil is private browsing for the ultra-paranoid

    Veil is private browsing for the ultra-paranoid

    If you’re worried about someone finding out what you’re pointing your browser at, there are plenty of options for keeping it secret, with varying levels of difficulty and effectiveness. Veil takes things further than perhaps any other anonymous browsing method by masking the page you’re viewing not just from would-be attackers, but from your own operating system. Read More

  • With $10M in funding, Mabl brings machine learning to software testing

    With $10M in funding, Mabl brings machine learning to software testing

    Mabl, a startup that’s coming out of stealth today, uses machine learning to make functional testing for developers as easy as possible. Mabl users don’t have to write extensive (and often brittle) tests by hand. Instead, they show the application the workflow they want to test and the service performs those tests — and even automatically adapts to small user interface changes. Read More

  • Qualcomm launches its premium 820E embedded platform for IoT developers

    Qualcomm launches its premium 820E embedded platform for IoT developers

    When you think of Qualcomm these days, chances are you are either thinking about Broadcom’s hostile attempts to buy the company or its mobile chips, which power most Android-based smartphones. Chances are we’ll hear quite a bit more about the former in the near future, but beside mobile chips, Qualcomm has also spent the last few years on bringing its chips to a wider range of… Read More

  • Stride, Atlassian’s Slack competitor, opens its API to all developers

    Stride, Atlassian’s Slack competitor, opens its API to all developers

    The arrival of Stride, Atlassian’s Slack competitor, was probably the company’s biggest launch of 2017. While the company generally allows developers to easily integrate with its products, Stride’s API remained in closed beta for significantly longer than the product itself, which exited beta last September. Today, however, Atlassian is opening the Stride API to all developers. Read More

  • Say goodbye to Android Pay and hello to Google Pay

    Say goodbye to Android Pay and hello to Google Pay

    As we reported last month, Google is uniting all of its different payment tools under the Google Pay brand. On Android, however, the Android Pay app stuck with its existing brand. That’s changing today, though, with the launch of Google Pay for Android. With this, Google is rolling out an update to Android Pay and introducing some new functionality that the company hopes will make… Read More

  • Chef InSpec 2.0 helps automate security compliance in cloud apps

    Chef InSpec 2.0 helps automate security compliance in cloud apps

    How many times do you hear about a company exposing sensitive data because they forgot to lock down a data repository on Amazon? It happens surprisingly often. Chef wants to help developers and operations teams prevent that kind of incident. Today, the company released InSpec 2.0, which is designed to help automate applications security and compliance in the cloud. InSpec is a free open… Read More

  • Twilio will soon launch Flex, a dedicated contact center solution

    Twilio will soon launch Flex, a dedicated contact center solution

    Twilio’s Engagement Cloud, its suite of products for building new customer experiences, is about to get a new feature, TechCrunch has learned. The company plans on launching the beta of a full contact center solution for businesses at the Enterprise Connect conference in March, according to a tip we received this afternoon. When reached for confirmation, Twilio had no comment. Read More

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. ...