Performance Monitoring uses traces to collect data about monitored processes in your app.
A trace is a report that contains data captured between two points in time
in your app.
For iOS and Android apps, Performance Monitoring automatically collects several traces
related to app…
Link: Learn about performance data related to app lifecycle (iOS & Android apps)
Deconstructing a Serverless Cloud OS Software technologist/architect. 40 years in the field. Focused on Cloud Serverless Native solutions Responding to the Serverless Revolution Introduction Unlike containers, which were an incremental change introducing smaller VMs with less isolation,…
Link: Deconstructing a Serverless Cloud OS
Today’s leading manufacturers are evolving and innovating faster than ever, with features such as foldable screens, connectivity and super AMOLED displays. When it comes to Android, Samsung’s Galaxy line dominates and has no intentions of stopping (in fact, Samsung is ). But other companies are gunning for the title of the best Android phone — and all this competition directly benefits you.
Link: The best Android phone to buy for 2020
WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — The U.S. Commerce Department will ban people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok starting on Sunday.
ByteDance has been in talks with Oracle Corp and others to create a new company, TikTok Global, that…
Link: US to ban people from downloading TikTok or WeChat apps this weekend
If you’re Linus Torvalds, you don’t need a certification to get a job. People know who you are. But most of us trying to get a start in technology need a certification. Now, The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit, open-source powerhouse organization, and Certiverse, a certification testing startup, have announced they’re working on a new entry-level IT certification offering: The Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate (LFCA).
Link: Linux Foundation launches new entry-level IT certification
New CDRThief Malware Targets VoIP Softswitches and Gateways
By Laura Stotler
September 18, 2020
A rare type of Linux malware that targets VoIP telephony switches to steal metadata from call details has been discovered. ESET, a cybersecurity firm from Slovakia, said…
Link: New CDRThief Malware Targets VoIP Softswitches and Gateways
Source: Joe Maring / Android Central
A few short years ago, I remember making regular trips to Best Buy with my dad and getting wide-eyed at all of the Android tablets that were on display. The early 2010s were filled with tablets from so many manufacturers, a lot of which tried weird and unique…
Link: Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 review: The best premium Android tablet
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See at Uber Eats
With many restaurants limited to pickup and delivery in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, food delivery apps like DoorDash and Uber Eats have become a particularly…
Link: DoorDash vs. Uber Eats: Food delivery apps compared
The importance of weaving voice into customer interactions has become clear to organizations. Voice puts your company where your customers are whenever they think about your products and want to speak with you. Further, voice is a combination of platform and mode. Smart speakers, fridges, cars and more are all becoming voice-enabled.
Link: Why Voice and Mobile Are a Perfect Pairing
Apple could be forced to allow third-party payment apps to access the NFC chip in the iPhone and Apple Watch without having to use Apple Pay. The European Union is considering new antitrust legislation in response to complaints by banks that Apple’s restrictions on access to the chip are anticompetitive.
Link: NFC chip could be made available to 3rdparty payment apps
Microsoft has released the SecretManagement Preview 3 module for its PowerShell scripting language and command-line shell to help developers manage secrets with a set of cmdlets. The SecretManagement Preview 3 release follows a second preview Microsoft released in March and a first preview in February.
Link: Microsoft: Now PowerShell’s secrets tool preview supports Linux and macOS
We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have selected them.
Kicking us off today is highly accomplished…
Link: Mobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Fiona Christian from England, UK