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YouTube updates guidelines to ban ‘harmful or dangerous’ pranks

YouTube will start banning prank videos that pose a ‘risk of serious danger.’

YouTube has updated its community guidelines to address the rise in dangerous prank videos. The streaming service will now ban challenges that present “a risk of serious danger or death, and pranks that make victims believe they’re in serious physical danger, or cause children to experience severe emotional distress.” The announcement comes just a day after a teenager in Utah crashed a car while  [Read More…]

Google has changed its developer guidelines to protect users against phishing attacks

Taking steps to prevent future phishing scams.

Google has updated its app identity guidelines and put new review processes and restrictions on web apps that request user data in response to the phishing scam that popped up last week. It’s all outlined on the Google developer blog, which outlines the new steps web app developers will need to abide by in order to help Google and its users better detect spoofed or misleading app identities.

On May  [Read More…]

Google updates Material Design guidelines with a host of new sections

The guidelines now come with detailed instructions on how to present data tables as well as creating content for high-density displays, with floating action buttons getting their own section.

The Material Design guidelines make it that much easier for app developers to tailor their apps to fit the design of the latest version of Android. These are the highlights of what’s new in today’s update to the design specifications:

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Facebook revamps community guidelines, shows what the social network will take down

Facebook has revamped the social network’s community standards and guidelines to show what registered accounts can (and more importantly, cannot) share on the service.

Google updates Material Design guidelines

Along with the new Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK and preview images — again, folks, preview — Google today has updated its Material Design guidelines, the roadmap for making everything look snazzy in this new version of Android. App developers definitely will want to take a look at this one, as a good bit’s changed since it was first introduced this summer.

New in this update — and Google’s clearly calling this a “living document,” so expect more changes  [Read More…]

Google launches Android Design guidelines so developers make better looking Ice Cream Sandwich apps

Google launches Android Design guidelines so developers make better looking Ice Cream Sandwich apps

Google is taking more steps to make Android have a more consistent look and feel. Following recent announcements that all manufacturers Google-certified devices must have the  [Read More…]