Ultrasonic pairing between Android and Chromecast devices will allow users to connect to Chromecast devices without first being on the same Wi-Fi network.
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Microsoft has purchased email startup Acompli, which makes iOS and Android mobile e-mail applications, for an undisclosed amount.
To fuel momentum while keeping a handle on the rapidly burgeoning Android ecosystem, the social network has developed a new concept to help segment Android devices, dubbed “Year Class."
Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
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.
Available on Apple iOS and Android, Split uses social network information to help you avoid encounters with specific people.
A recent email campaign contains links that send most users to a conventional spam site, but Android users get Android malware.
New Android malware captures all the victim's SMS and shoots them off to the attacker's email accounts.
The social network is looking for users who are willing to put up with crashes and feature changes to improve the Android app.
The pent-up demand for BBM among Android users seems to be immense. The company says an unauthorized pre-release copy of the program posted online drew in 1.1 million users in the first 8 hours, causing network problems. Too good to be true?
Approximately 73 percent of the top 100 grossing Android apps are now integrated with Facebook, according to the social network itself.
An update to Optus' Android app now includes network monitoring tools to help the company keep tabs on how well its mobile network is functioning.
Country's Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team finds the number of malware increased to more than 162,981 in 2012, with 82.5 percent targeting smartphones on Android operating system.
An FBI guidance manual says the law enforcement agency is able to access U.S. residents' email, Facebook and Twitter messages, and private documents, without breaching the Fourth Amendment.
Attackers have found a side route to Android users that follow the good practice of only downloading apps from Google’s official store.
Facebook unveiled the Home app designed to let the social network take over your Android home screen. A few years ago the failed Motoblur tried to do the same thing.
Google is sending user name, email and suburb details to Android developers without asking for permission, according to an Australian app developer.
The social network has temporarily turned off a feature that let people log into their accounts simply by clicking a link in an email, after some emails containing such links were found online.
Researchers have highlighted how badly some Android developers are failing at securing apps, revealing that they were able to steal bank details, email and social-media accounts during a sweep of 13,500 free apps.
Samsung Galaxy S3 owners should soon start receiving notifications to inform them that an update to Android Jelly Bean is available to download, whichever network they are on.
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