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Monthly Archives: February 2014

I9505XXUFNB9 Android 4.4.2 Stock Firmware Arrives for Galaxy S4 (LTE) [How …

The international variant of Galaxy S4 LTE (GT-I9505) has just received a new Android 4.4.2 bug-fix update with build number I9505XXUFNB9 from Samsung. This is a follow-up release to the I9505XXUFNB8 KitKat build which rolled out just a few days

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Android 4.4 KitKat Update Is Here: AT&T HTC One Receives New OS; Rollouts …

The Android 4.4 KitKat update for the ATT HTC One quickly followed the T-Mobile model update after both handsets received technical approval for the new system last week. The T-Mobile HTC One began updating last Friday, while Android 4.4 hit

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GSM Moto G Receiving OTA Update (174.44.1) To Fix Multiple Bugs

The Moto G isn’t a high-end phone, but it has sold extremely well for the company. So it’s no surprise it continues to get some update love. This phone is already on Android 4.4.2, but it’s getting a maintenance update

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Android 4.4.2 KitKat I337UCUFNB1 Official Firmware Released For AT&T …

In addition to taking the Android version to 4.4.2, the latest build — I337UCUFNB1 — brings new features, including Galaxy Gear compatibility and a drag-and-drop feature to uninstall or disable apps among other improvements. The update also incorporates improvements to

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Android 4.4.2 update starts for AT&T S4 owners

ATT finally approved the update, passing the new firmware through the normal carrier certification process, an ordeal that can take just a few days or in worst cases, weeks and weeks. Thankfully, as of today, ATT S4 owners will be

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Trend Micro unveils three products in ongoing fight against mobile malware at …

Trend Micro is continuing its fight against mobile malware by unveiling three new solutions that are geared towards assisting enterprises and consumers in the ongoing battle with mobile threats. Related: How to tell if your Android phone is infected with

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siliconANGLE » Master Key vulnerability may be the biggest Android threat yet

Security company ESET released a new report regarding the disturbingly high number of malware. According to the report Trends for 2014: The Challenge of Internet Privacy, Android is the most widely used mobile platform with a market share of 79

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Apple touts secure design of iOS as Google chief admits Android is best target …

Thursday, February 27, 2014, 03:29 pm PT (06:29 pm ET) By Daniel Eran Dilger Speaking at Mobile World Conference, Google’s new Android chief Sundar Pichai admitted that security plays second fiddle to “freedom” in the design and implementation of Google’s

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Flappy Bird clones landing with malware threat

Robert Nelson Despite being removed from the Play Store, the story of Flappy Bird doesn’t seem to be over just yet. Earlier this morning we learned the game was gone, and about how it will never be coming back. Developer

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Report: Malware, Mobile Malware Seen as Primary Threats

Top Five Vulnerabilities Attackers Use Against Browsers Cybersecurity has never been more of a mainstream concern than right now. Consider the breaches at major retail outlets, Apple’s vulnerability in its iOS platform, Yahoo’s recent malvertising attack, or how a breach

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