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Apple is on the receiving end of a lawsuit in the US over an iMessage bug that prevents former iOS users from receiving SMS messages on their non-iOS devices.
New Android malware captures all the victim's SMS and shoots them off to the attacker's email accounts.
Apparently everyone wants to replace SMS.
An update to BlackBerry 10 is causing messaging woes for some, while customers using Secure Work Space on Android 4.3 will find their device "unusable".
HTC's flagship Android smartphone is now getting its 'Jelly Bean' 4.1 upgrade, adding features such as Google Now and a password-protected SMS inbox
With the SmartPhone Recovery Pro for Android, you can retrieve and recover important deleted data from your Android handset. All data...
Security researchers from Sophos, have spotted a bogus Chinese game, that's actually a trojan horse gathering sensitive information from infected devices, next to sending premium-rate SMS messages.
SmartWatch connects to an Android phone via Bluetooth so that you can receive email and SMS notifications, answer calls and keep tabs on Facebook and Twitter.
1. Restore Android phone contacts and text messages lost from various scenarios, such as accidental deletion or formatting, virus attack,...
Facebook has reacted angrily to claims that it reads Android users' text messages, arguing that the social network is only doing so for a small pool of people testing out a new feature.The Sunday Times published an article on Sunday in which it pointed out that many apps require users to grant access to private information stored on their smartphones.
A new security start-up focused on helping businesses deal with targeted attacks plans to showcase a drive-by download that plans malware silently on Android smart phones.
A piece of Android malware that sends premium rate text messages uses code embedded in a picture file to hide its function from security researchers and the Android app store, according to security company F-Secure.The malware, which F-Secure has called 'Trojan:Android/FakeRegSMS.
Twitter has made mobile security technology it gained from its Whisper Systems acquisition open source, with more code due to be released in the coming months
Trojans appear in Google's Android Market.
Pure Hacking chief technology officer Ty Miller has posted a demonstration video of how an attack can steal SMS-based two-factor authentication tokens from Apple iPhones, and possibly Android devices.
SchmooCon 2011: A security researcher has demonstrated an Android based, SMS-driven smartphone botnet.
It's generally accepted that a smartphone is still a phone, and that it does all the 'phone-y' stuff that we expect of it, like making and receiving calls and sending and receiving SMS messages. Right? Well, not for handsets based on the Android operating system.
Google is preparing a fix for a bug that causes some Android phones to send text messages to the wrong recipient.In a comment posted to a thread on the Google Code site on Wednesday, Android engineer Nick Kralevich said it had taken the team "some time" to reproduce the issue, and it was "only occurring very rarely".
Following the negative press last week over an SMS bug in Android platform, Google has updated the status of the bug from "Medium" to "Critical."
Remember the kerfuffle over the iPhone 4 'Antennagete' and how you could disrupt the antenna by holding the handset the wrong way? Well, there's an SMS bug in Google's Android OS that makes 'Antennagate' seem like nothing.
Malware Watch: Fake Patch Tuesday emails, fake MSRT tool, spamvertised Bredolab, Android mobile malware
This week's Malware Watch features three currently active malware campaigns - fake Patch Tuesday emails, BREDOLAB-malware serving emails, fake MSRT tool, and the the first (reported) SMS-trojan targeting Android users.
The malicious app sends $5 text messages without the user's knowledge, and the security firm Kaspersky warns that it expects such attacks to increase
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