- News tagged "google android"
Thursday, 15 Oct 2015
Researchers at the University of Cambridge conducted a study and found that the majority of Android devices are vulnerable to attacks by malicious apps over the last four years. Data collected from the Device Analyzer App also reveals which Android vendors fared better in this aspect. Hit the link to find out more!
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2015
Jason Mackenzie, the President for HTC America confirmed in a series of tweets that it is "unrealistic" for Android vendors to guarantee monthly security updates for their mobile devices. Want to know why? Hit the link to find out.
Saturday, 3 Oct 2015
More than two months after it was first reported, StageFright strikes back with a new vulnerability that allows Android devices to be hacked after previewing a malicious MP3 or MP4 file on a website.
Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
BlackBerry has officially confirmed that it will be releasing an Android-powered handset late in the calendar in major markets in-store and online. Hit the link to find out more!
Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015
The next version of Android OS is officially known as Marshmallow and comes with a new build number 6.0. The final Android 6.0 SDK is also available for download.
Monday, 17 Aug 2015
UK site uSwitch partnered with tipster @OnLeaks to reveal renders of the upcoming LG and Huawei Nexus phones. The renders are reportedly based on "detailed factory schematics provided to accessory makers".
Friday, 7 Aug 2015
Google is getting serious about security for its Nexus devices and promises to deliver monthly over-the-air (OTA) updates. Read on to find out more if you are using a Nexus 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and Player.
Monday, 13 Jul 2015
BlackBerry announced that it would be working with Google to bring a more secure, enterprise version of Android Lollipop. Read on to find out more.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2015
A new rumor claims that Huawei will be the first Chinese phone maker to help Google manufacture the next Nexus smartphone.
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015
Google is devoting a lot of efforts and time to address lags on its Android and Chrome OS devices. It is using a robot built by Finnish company OptoFidelity to "measure end-to-end latency". Read on to find out more.