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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Google’s big Android Wear 2.0 update is delayed

If you were hoping to hear more about the next version of Android Wear at Google’s big hardware event next week, you might not want to get your hopes up just yet. Google has now pushed back the date for

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OnePlus 3 Android 7.0 Nougat update is in the works

Now that Android 7.0 is officially available, OnePlus 3 users are starting to wonder when their “flagship killer” will receive a software update to Nougat. The smartphone has received frequent updates since its launch in June, but the latest version of OxygenOS that

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PSA: Today’s update to the Oculus VR app on Samsung phones is causing heavy battery drain

Those of you with a newer Samsung phone might want to take a peek at the battery usage today. Many users are reporting substantial battery drain after an update to the Oculus VR app. The only fix right now appears to

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Nokia report shows malware on mobiles rose 96 per cent in 2016 …

Smartphone malware infections are on the rise, says Nokia’s report. (Source: ThinkStock) Nokia’s Threat Intelligence Report for the first half of 2016 has revealed that malware on mobile devices rose by 96 per cent with April showing an all-time high.

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Nokia: Smartphone Malware Infections Increased 96% in H1 2016

The rate of smartphone malware infections skyrocketed 96 percent in the first half of 2016, jumping from .25 percent of devices in 2015 to .49 percent in the January to June period, Nokia’s new Threat Intelligence Report said. According to

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Google Throws Surprise for Android’s Eighth Birthday, Gets Funny And Outrageous Responses From Fans

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Android Banking Trojan First to Gain Root Privileges | Threatpost …

Developers behind an Android banking Trojan have fortified the malware with an exploit to help it gain root privileges; this is the first time a mobile banker that tries to obtain root privileges has been seen in the wild. Researchers

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iPhone vs Android – Macworld UK

Which are better: iPhones or Android smartphones? And what are the differences between iOS- and Android-based devices? iPhone vs Android (or iOS vs Android, to be more precise) has been the biggest rivalry in tech for the best part of

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Ransomware and Malware Threats Increase in Q2 – eWeek

A report from Quick Heal outlines the top malware afflicting Windows and Android device users, and offers a brief description of each of the malware families. The second quarter of 2016 saw a small decline in the detection count malware

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MobileIron: Enterprises aren’t focusing enough on mobile threats

Enterprises don’t seem to be taking mobile threats very seriously these days. That was the message from MobileIron’s recent Mobile Security and Risk Review for the second quarter, which detailed a number of missteps and errors made by enterprises regarding

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