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Monthly Archives: September 2013

BlackBerry Claims BBM Is Still Coming To Android And iPhone, But Has Given …

Amid dire financial results and an oddly-timed smartphone launch, BlackBerry’s big BBM for iPhone and Android launch seemed lost in a murky grey purgatory with little chance of escape with each passing minute its release was held up. The app

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AI smartwatch is also a standalone Android smartphone

Smartwatches sure are multiplying faster than rabbits. One of the newest devices hoping to make it to market is the A.I Watch: a companion gadget that’s also a standalone Android phone, similar to a Chinese creation we saw in August.

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Android 4.3 update for Galaxy S4, S III, Note II confirmed by French carrier SFR

Many Android fans are busy dreaming of the day when they can get Android 4.4 KitKat on their smartphone. Before that day comes, most users will get an upgrade to Android 4.3. That means that while Android 4.4 may be

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Mobile malware to have doubled in 2013, says McAfee

By Robin Arnfield Contributing writer The Internet security firm McAfee Labs said it identified 17,000 new unique forms of mobile malware targeting Android-based devices in the second quarter of 2013, a 21-percent rise on the 14,000 new unique strains it

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2013 So Far: F-Secure Finds Java Exploits Jump, Android Malware Emerges …

SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 24, 2013) – A continued rise in exploit-based attacks, particularly against Java, and an increasing sophistication in mobile threats characterized the first half of 2013, which saw its share of interesting developments in the world

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Samsung beefs up Knox malware protection with Lookout

4 September 2013 Last updated at 07:40 ET By Leo Kelion Technology reporter Samsung’s Knox security product helped the firm’s handsets be approved for use by Pentagon workers Samsung has signed a deal with an anti-virus firm to offer improved

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Android Malware Fraud ‘Rampant’

Android malware is continuing to cause problems for end users with huge amounts of fraud going on, even if we haven’t seen massive outbreaks similar to those affecting PCs, security experts warned today. Of all Android malware seen in the

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Apple Hacker: Mobile Malware Threat Overrated

(click image for larger view) Security managers: Don’t fear the mobile exploit. So says veteran vulnerability hunter and exploit writer Charlie Miller, who’s an expert at finding new and innovative ways to own people’s Android and iOS devices. At last

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The greatest mobile threats (and Android malware isn’t one of them)

Self-interest is behind a lot of the mobile malware reports from anti-virus vendors. Hardly a day goes by where I don’t receive an email from a vendor pushing its latest research on malicious software raising havoc on Android smartphone users,

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Security Concerns Abound Over Unofficial Android iMessage App That Uses …

An unauthorised app that lets Android users chat on Apple’s closed iMessage network is causing a big stir. It’s had viral downloads in the tens of thousands amid claims that it could be spreading malware; but the Chinese developer who

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