Last week, Motorola introduced the extremely affordable Moto E, which doesn’t only come with a budget-friendly price tag, but it also comes with stock version of Android.
If you’re a developer, you be glad to find out that Motorola has added Moto E to their bootloader unlock program. This means you can unlock your bootloader, and tinker with your device the way you want.
Facebook has released a new version of their mobile app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, the latest version of the app is Facebook 10.0, and it comes with a range of new features.
One interesting new feature is the ability to create a post when you are not connected to the Internet, the post is then saved, and automatically posted to Facebook later on when you have an Internet connection.
Detailed within a post on the official Twitter blog, developers at the social network have added two new features that are both designed to increase the security of accounts. First, the new notification feature will fire off an email if Twitter detectsÂ suspicious activity when an account is accessed. According to the development team, Twitter looks at login history, location of the login and the device being used to access the account. To combat this, Twitter has added an identity verification step that should halt access of the account if the authorized user only has a password on hand.
In addition, Twitter will send an email to the owner of the account when suspicious activity has been detected. This should help reduce the number of accounts that get hijacked every day in order to send out spam filled tweets or private messages.
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