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Oculus' mobile VR now supports paid add-ons for apps – Engadget

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Engadget Oculus' mobile VR now supports paid add-ons for appsEngadgetWith Oculus' devices, you've either had to buy another app or hope the creator would be kind enough to throw in thew new content for free. Not anymore: Oculus has introduced beta support for paid DLC in the mobile store serving both its stand-alone Go … Source ... Read More »

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Astros’ Justin Verlander gets 2,500th strikeout in complete-game shutout win ANAHEIM, Calif. — Beneath a sun-splashed Monday afternoon in Anaheim, as the trite music du jour blared overhead, two generational players gathered behind the batting cages at Angel Stadium. Nine days earlier, Albert Pujols collected the 3,000th hit of a career soon to be commemorated in Cooperstown. Justin Verlander offered ... Read More »

Location-based services move beyond mobile and into enterprise apps – Computerworld

GPS has been with us for many years, and this is what most consumers think about when they hear the term location-based services (LBS). While the satellite-based routing capability needed to help us get directions will remain an important capability for the foreseeable future, location-based services is morphing into something that is well beyond what the original creators envisioned. Indeed, ... Read More »

Exploit puts popular web and mobile apps at risk – TechCrunch

A new exploit could allow users to bypass security checks in Electron, a popular cross-platform development framework. The exploit, posted by Trustwave, has been patched and developers should update their apps as soon as possible. The exploit could allow cross site scripting in some apps by turning on nodeIntegration, a method that allows the app to not only connect to ... Read More »