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Between Apple, Google and Facebook, app development has become one of the fastest growing industries. A study found that since 2005, nearly half a million U.S. jobs were created just for the development of mobile applications. California holds 25% of all app-related jobs in the United States. In other news, Google announced that its web browser Chrome is now available for mobile devices running Android 4.0. The mobile browser has advanced features like tabbed browsing and can sync open pages between your computer and mobile device. If you have Android 4.0, you can download the beta now. And finally, hackers posted source code for anti-virus company Symantec’s pcAnywhere software online, after a failed extortion attempt. The hacker allegedly tried to obtain $50,000 from an undercover law enforcement agent and posted the source code online after failing to secure the money.