BlackBerry’s Research and Intelligence has released its "Old Dogs New Tricks" research paper which examines how threat actors are sneakily leveraging new and uncommon programming languages to evade detection and hinder threat analysis.
Want to talk to Google Assistant in more than one language? Now you can say "hola, hallo, ciao, salut, and こんにちは to your bilingual Google Assistant", with "routines" now possible, too.
A range of dictionaries are now available free of charge to users of Samsung's Android-based smartphones such as the Galaxy S3.
Micro Focus Server Enterprise Edition for PL/I promises to migrate IBM mainframe applications written in PL/I to lower-cost platforms with minimal changes.
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