In the world of Android this week: a popular to-do app and the Pebble Watch hit Android Wear; an insanely expensive phone appears; apps can access data on older Android versions.
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NetSuite's native Android app provides access to expense, inventory, sales and e-commerce data with a broad rollout planned for 2015.
Google's upcoming Android L operating system will offer default data encryption, mirroring the functionality in Apple's iOS 8 and the new iPhone 6 range.
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers more than half of all Android devices, KitKat now runs almost one over of every four devices.
Most Android users fall into the moderate and light category based on data consumption, but 23 percent are power users who account for 57 percent of traffic, according to Strategy Analytics.
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Businesses beware — Avast says vast amounts of personal data and photos can be recovered from second-hand Android smartphones even if users have re-set them to factory condition.
Microsoft's app for Android users to access their free email service gives the impression that it encrypts email, but doesn't actually do it.
SurveyMonkey has listened to customer feedback and has launched its Enterprise product designed to allow businesses to collate data from multiple accounts, and will be opening an office in Sydney to provide ground support.
The latest release of Kanter Worldpanel data for the three months to March 2014 shows low-cost Android handsets are improving the fortunes of Google's mobile operating system at the cost of Windows Phone sales.
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers more than half of all Android devices, KitKat adoption is accelerating.
Microsoft just open-sourced a software development kit that will enable Android developers to bring Office 365 data to their Android apps.
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers over half of all Android devices, KitKat adoption is growing slowly.
The aerospace giant Boeing is launching an Android handset that will wipe its data and stop working if someone attempts to tamper with the device.
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers over half of all Android devices, KitKat adoption is slow.
Security researchers at Ben Gurion University claim to have found a flaw in Android's VPN implementation that leaves what should be protected communications completely exposed.
A new data compression feature for Chrome on Android and iOS sends all HTTP data through a Google-run proxy
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers over half of all Android devices, KitKat has secured a small foothold. But fragmentation still presents a problem for developers.
While Apple caused many people to take an interest in the tablet market, Google jumped right in and Android is the leading tablet operating system as well as the leading smartphone operating system.
The data released by Google shows that Jelly Bean power more than half of all Android devices. But fragmentation still presents a big for developers.
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