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Jack M. Germain
Android Apps Riskier Than Ever: Report
09/12/18 12:08 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2072 Words

... use of unpatched open source code in the most popular Android apps distributed by Google Play has caused significant security vulnerabilities, suggests an American Consumer Institute report released Wednesday. Thirty-two percent -- or 105 apps out of 330 of the most popular...

David Jones
Google Insists Android Plays on Level Field in Europe
11/11/16 12:31 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 646 Words

Google on Thursday fired back at the European Commission's charges that it violated antitrust law by imposing coercive rules on mobile operators and developers who use or write applications for its Android operating system. The EC this spring charged that Google's requirements to...

Richard Adhikari
Devs Get to Noodle With Android N
03/14/16 12:35 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 647 Words

Google last week announced a developer preview of Android N, the forthcoming release of its mobile operating system. The release came early; it was widely expected to be unveiled in May at Google I/O 2016, the Google developers conference.

Releasing a work-in-progress...

Patrick Nelson
All Things Appy: Top 5 Android Launcher Apps
06/05/14 8:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 583 Words

... quick and easy way to refresh an aging Android smartphone phone is to replace the home screen with a Launcher. Launchers are skins with themes and unique behaviors, like transparency and scrolling styles. Here's a look at the top five, best-performing free...

Katherine Noyes
Jawbone's UP24 Makes Its Way to Android
03/11/14 9:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 777 Words

... initially launching to an iOS-only audience late last year, Jawbone's UP24 wireless fitness tracker on Tuesday finally arrived for Android . With the UP24 wristband and accompanying app, users can wirelessly sync sleep, movement and diet data to the app via Bluetooth...

Richard Adhikari
Android Team's Munchies Lead to Genius KitKat Tie-In
09/04/13 1:28 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 631 Words

... Internet is abuzz with news that Google has teamed up with food giant Nestle to name the next version of Android after the latter's famous chocolate bar -- KitKat -- rather than continue its tradition of nonbranded nomenclature with the name "Key...

Richard Adhikari
Android Flaw Could Empty Bitcoin Wallets
08/12/13 3:31 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 641 Words

... Android device owners who use Bitcoins may have their digital currency stolen because of a security flaw in Android, the Bitcoin Foundation has warned . The problem may lie in Android's implementation of the java.security.SecureRandom application programming interface in Java.

It...

Ed Moyle
Android: A Second Career in Security?
04/23/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 999 Words

However, because these devices are already off the books -- meaning we've already absorbed their acquisition costs -- adapting them for specific security functions can mean achieving certain goals practically for free. Android devices make particularly good candidates for this: They're open,...

Rachelle Dragani
Android, Samsung Boost Smartphones to New Sales Heights
11/15/12 12:39 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 819 Words

The mobile operating system race continues to be a battle between Apple's iOS and Google's Android . Sales of Android units more than doubled from the same quarter last year, with 122.5 million units shipped. The system grabbed a 72.4 percent share...

Erika Morphy
It's Not You, Android - It's Your Apps
10/23/12 2:06 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 660 Words

Bad Apps
The problem in this case isn't Android itself, but poorly written applications for it.

However, this is not a problem unique to Android, Chet Wisniewski, senior security advisor at SophosLabs , told LinuxInsider. There are likely similar...

Peter Suciu
Android Botnet May Be Spewing Spam
07/05/12 11:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 635 Words

... international botnet could be using infected Android handsets to send out massive amounts of spam, Microsoft antispam engineer Terry Zink said in a Thursday blog posts on MSDN. Zink reportedly identified the botnet and its Google Android connection by examining the headers...

Erika Morphy
Google May Want an Android Tablet of Its Own
12/20/11 9:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 733 Words

Certainly Google's Android has powered more than its fair share of tablets that have come on the market over the past year or so. Most notably, Amazon's Kindle Fire is based on Android.

However, assuming the meaning hasn't been lost in...

Erika Morphy
Will Google Build an Uber Android?
08/16/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 538 Words

... initial response to Google's surprise announcement on Monday that it had inked a deal to acquire Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion was that it was a move largely to protect itself from the increasing patent attacks against Android . That could be...

Richard Adhikari
A Fifth of Android Apps Nose Into Private Data, Study Says
06/23/10 12:26 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 624 Words

... one out of five Android mobile apps asks to access private or sensitive information belonging to the device's owner, according to a study by SMobile Systems . One out of 20 apps can place a call to any number without interacting with...

Rob Enderle
HP's Deal of the Century, Android's Short Life
05/03/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1222 Words

I mentioned a few weeks ago how the market was moving to vertical integration , which was placing platforms like Android at risk, but I didn't expect HP to move this quickly by buying Palm and getting its own OS . In addition,...

Richard Adhikari
Sony Ericsson Starts Some Early Buzz for a Late Android
11/03/09 12:03 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 842 Words

Sony Ericsson's Xperia X10 Android Smartphone

It will run on the Android 1.6 mobile operating system , also known as "Donut."

The Xperia X10 will begin shipping to select markets next year.

Bigger, Faster, Better?

In announcing the Xperia...

Richard Adhikari
The iPhone as Teacher's Pet, Investor's Moneymaker, Android's Target
05/13/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 760 Words

... of Android smartphones will grow faster than iPhone sales this year, according to research firm Strategy Analytics . However, Apple will still remain king of the smartphone hill, and analysts -- namely Kaufman Bros.' Shaw Wu and Susquehanna Financial's Jeff Fidacaro --...

Richard Adhikari
Blogosphere Chews on Android Nougat
07/06/16 10:10 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 668 Words

That said, Nougat is consistent with Google's pattern of choosing generic sweets as Android names, while Nutella isn't, he told LinuxInsider.

"'Nougat' sounds like a name a clueless celebrity couple would give their poor kid who would suffer with it through...

Jack M. Germain
Rugged Turing Phone to Run on Sailfish OS, Not Android
02/04/16 11:46 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 691 Words

Turing Robotic Industries this week announced that it has uninstalled Google's Android mobile platform in favor of Jolla's Sailfish OS in its yet-to-appear secure smartphone. The Turing Phone, molded from a single unit of the Liquidmorphium liquid-metal alloy, is designed to be more...

John P. Mello Jr.
Android Is Download King, but iOS Reigns Over Revenues
01/23/16 10:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 741 Words

... downloads of Android apps in 2015 were double those for iOS, but revenues from iOS apps were nearly twice those of Android, according to an App Annie report released this week. First-time device owners in emerging markets drove the huge increase in...

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