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  • Google fixes two serious Android security flaws - Engadget

    Google fixes two serious Android security flaws - Engadget;

    Google's mobile security team has definitely been busy cleaning house this week. The company has released an Android update that closes two security holes that could pose a major threat if intruders found a way to exploit them. The first was only ...and more »

  • Microsoft Apps for Android - V3.co.uk

    Microsoft Apps for Android - V3.co.uk;

    At the time of writing there are more than 40 Microsoft apps listed in the Google Play Store. This official Microsoft app offers an at-a-glance view of the software-maker's Android offerings. In order to offer a one stop shop solution, the app splits ...and more »

  • Google Play Said to Track Your Location 24x7 in Recent Versions of Android - NDTV

    Google Play Said to Track Your Location 24x7 in Recent Versions of Android - NDTV;

    It appears that with recent versions of Android, Google is making it very difficult for users to turn off location tracking on their devices. According to a security researcher, the culprit is Google Play services - the background service of Google ...and more »

  • Google Releases Android Security Update to Fix 2 Major Security Vulnerabilities - NDTV

    Google Releases Android Security Update to Fix 2 Major Security Vulnerabilities - NDTV;

    Google has released an Android update that fixes two critical security holes that were posing great threat to device owners. One threat was similar to Stagefright, and the other Google claims was designed for research work, but could become malicious ...and more »

  • CallJam malware now in Google Play, racks up cash for hackers thru premium calls - Android Community

    CallJam malware now in Google Play, racks up cash for hackers thru premium calls - Android Community;

    Google has a difficult job trying to make sure all the apps within the Google Play Store – which is the primary repository and app market for the Android ecosystem – are clean without any malware and malicious code that can potentially take advantage ...and more »

  • New DressCode malware slips into more than 40 Google Play Store apps undetected - Phandroid.com

    New DressCode malware slips into more than 40 Google Play Store apps undetected - Phandroid.com;

    When most malware scares break out, Google has already been notified and added the necessary checks to Google Play's automatic gatekeeper to ensure apps with the malware are denied entry. Unfortunately, not all malware is accounted for, and ...and more »

  • Google might soon start showing file sizes on app cards in the Play Store - The Tech Portal

    Google might soon start showing file sizes on app cards in the Play Store - The Tech Portal;

    Though most Android smartphones these days allow you to download and transfer an app to the SD card on your mobile, but storage is still a prominent issue for those only using the built-in storage. And when the on-board storgae runs out, you need to ...and more »

  • Google Maps: Even if you delete this app, Google will STILL track your movements - Express.co.uk

    Google Maps: Even if you delete this app, Google will STILL track your movements - Express.co.uk;

    THINK you're safe? Research finds that Google is using the Google Play app store to monitor user activity. By Michael Moore. PUBLISHED: 10:39, Tue, Sep 13, 2016 | UPDATED: 10:53, Tue, Sep 13, 2016 ...and more »

  • Google Has Patched Two Extremely Serious Android Security Flaws - WCCFtech

    Google Has Patched Two Extremely Serious Android Security Flaws - WCCFtech;

    Having committed itself to issuing security updates to Android on a monthly basis, Google has pushed out a new fix for its mobile operating system that patches two extremely critical flaws on the security front.and more »

  • Google patches two major Android security bugs - but are you still at risk? - Express.co.uk

    Google patches two major Android security bugs - but are you still at risk? - Express.co.uk;

    MOBILE security flaws could have put millions of Android devices at risk, including new Stagefright variant and family of malicious apps. By Michael Moore. PUBLISHED: 09:58, Mon, Sep 12, 2016 | UPDATED: 11:10, Mon, Sep 12, 2016 ...and more »