"Google has announced recently three new updates to Android’s enterprise management capabilities. This is specially developed around security and connecting with colleagues and will be available to business and education Android Applications."
"LinkedIn, the professional social network, has finally launched its Android App."
"An article in the Wall Street Journal, dated April 5, 2011, disclosed that Federal prosecutors in New Jersey are investigating numerous smart phone application manufacturers for allegedly, illegally obtaining and distributing personal private information to third party advertisement groups."
DroidWall - Android Firewall is a front-end application for the powerful iptables Linux firewall. It allows you to restrict which applications are permitted to access your data networks (2G/3G and/or Wi-Fi).
We often have requests on mobile malware statistics and although statistics are only an imperfect representation of reality, this is what we can share.
Some users, when flashing new ROMs, have noticed that their battery life goes down a little bit. With just a simple wipe of the battery stats file, though, you can get your battery back up and running to its full capacity.
One of the biggest changes we made to Android in this release is the addition of a new rendering pipeline so that applications can benefit from hardware accelerated 2D graphics.
With Android Applications flooding the Android Eco system, AppBrain, has introduced AppBrain Android Stats. Android Developers can view the Android Market, Android Phones, and AppBrain usage.
Atom is a great way of keeping track of the latest news and content published by your favourite websites as it allows individuals to control which news updates, blogs, articles, forums etc they keep up to date with.
A pair of security researchers from Germany demonstrated several techniques at the CanSecWest conference here Wednesday that enable them to remotely reboot, shut down or even completely disable many popular mobile phones with SMS messages.
If you paid attention to the news this week, you'll know that there were a bunch of Android apps pulled from the Android Market because they contained malware. There were over 50 infected applications - these apps were copies of "legitimate" apps from legitimate publishers that were modified to include two root exploits and a rogue application downloader.
We are pretty busy these days with malicious samples on Android. You probably haven’t missed DroidDream (Android/DrdDream.A!tr) which trojaned several applications on the Android Market and several blog posts on the matter
Google has just pulled 21 popular free apps from the Android Market. According to the company, the apps are malware aimed at getting root access to the user's device, gathering a wide range of available data, and downloading more code to it without the user's knowledge.
A new IBM report found that more than 70 percent of organizations are allowing nontraditional endpoint devices -- think smartphones, iPads, and point-of-sale devices -- to connect to their corporate networks, but some 36 percent say these devices aren't properly secured.
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