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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Gets Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update

“; document.write(gstring); } } Folks in Asia, Indonesia and Vietnam to be exact, are apparently going to sign off 2012 on a high note. This is because the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini (which will not be sold in the US,

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Fring for Android Updated – UI Improvements, Storyline, and More

Tweet Tweet This morning, the developers of Fring pushed out a decently sized update to their Android app. For those new to the name, Fring allows users to video chat with others, much like Google+ and Skype. Fring is popular for its ability

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US Cellular Galaxy Note II software update brings multi-window support

ATT rolled-out the multi-window update for the Galaxy Note II a short while back, and well, as of today we have word of that update coming available with another carrier. The latest is US Cellular and nicely done on their

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Has anyone ever actually had #DroidRage from Android malware?

Ah, Android malware! Who doesn’t love to dabble in the dark and dreary place where all the bad Android ‘wares manifest? Over the years, we have slowly watched the mobile space turn into a playground for malware developers. With smartphone

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Android malware can place a company’s ‘future at risk’, report warns

In the U.S. market, malware threats against Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android smartphones are exceeding threats against PCs, the traditional targets of hackers, according to Sophos’ Security Threat Report 2013. “In the mobile space, the big security story of the year

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Mobile Malware Threats to Rise in 2013

A report from mobile security specialist Lookout projected SMS-based spam would increase in volume across mobile networks in 2013. Web-based mobile threats, such as phishing links or malicious Websites, continue to be the most prevalent and relevant risks to smartphone

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Google’s Android malware scanner detects only 15 percent of malicious code in …

With Android 4.2, Google has taken steps to address the lingering threat of malware on its mobile platform with a new security tool that quickly crosschecks sideloaded apps for harmful code. But a computer scientist at North Carolina State University

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Who can fight Android malware? Not Google, it seems

The amount of malware targeting Android is still growing fast, and Google has promised to crack down. Turns out, that’s not going so well. Back in February of this year, Google announced it was hardening its stance on Android security,

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New Android malware uses Google Play icon to trick users, conduct DDoS …

A new trojan for Android has been discovered that can help carry out Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. The malware is also capable of receiving commands from criminals as well as sending text messages for spamming purposes. The threat,

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Android malware to increase in 2013

Malware for mobile phones was marked a main trend of 2012 in last year’s ESET report. This time researcher focused on malware for Android OS as the market share of Android mobile phones have been increasing dramatically, according to a

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