Another day, another drive-by cryptomining report. Following yesterday’s news that over 4200 websites were found to contain Monero-mining malware, Malwarebytes has discovered what is thought to be the first large-scale campaign targeting mobile users.
As we all know by now, it’s all just a matter of time until Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile is being retired completely, as according to Microsoft’s own support schedule, security updates would only continue to be provided until mid-2019.
Android devices are being targeted for mining Monero through forced redirects and rogue ad networks, which could make it difficult for Google to stop the attacks.
Researchers identified five domains using a captcha code that is used to mine Monero cryptocurrencies.
Samsung Experience 9.0 release, which includes Android Oreo, comes with a large number of new emoji improvements.
Android P will launch later this year, but we’re now starting to get information about the platform ahead of that…
Motorola's G series of smartphones is its best selling ever, and it looks like we'll get three new handsets this year.
Google is said to be working on an overhaul of its next Android mobile software for smartphones which may be replicating Apple's iPhone X like 'notch' design.
HMD Global has started rolling out the February Android Security patch to Nokia 2 through the latest software update. The new update is initially available in India.
Google is reportedly working on Android P already and some big changes could be in store. Most notably, the next version of Android could embrace iPhone X-like notches to better accommodate minimal bezels.
Android 9.0 P is likely just around the corner as an early developer beta and possible features of the upcoming build are slowly trickling out. Just yesterday, we informed you about a slew of plausible features that involved display notch support, visual improvements to make the OS more appealing to iOS users, as well as making Android future-proof and capable of correctly working on unorthodox devices like the dual-screen ZTE Axon M and the oft-rumored foldable Galaxy X. Battery improvements are also mentioned.