Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered ZooPark, a sophisticated cyberespionage campaign, which, for several years, has been targeting users of Android devices based in several middle-eastern countries.
Google has revealed the latest Android P mobile operating system to the world and with it comes lots of new information about what Android users can expect soon. Details were announced at the Google I/O 2018 developer conference keynote on May 8.
Sony is now distributing the May 2018 Android security update to the Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia XZ1, and the Xperia X lineups, with numerous users from various parts of the world reporting they started receiving the new software package(s) earlier this week. Besides shipping with the latest set of vulnerability fixes, the firmware adds the
Android users have long been concerned that OS security updates for many phones come far too infrequently. Even those who are lucky enough to receive them may not get them often enough, considering they're typically released on a monthly cadence. At Google I/O this past week, however, there was some good news announced in regards to this issue.
Samsung promised quarterly Android updates for the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus, its latest two mid-range smartphones announced earlier this month. The pledge has been made as part of an update to the Samsung Mobile Security service which now lists the new Galaxy A6 series as following the same firmware roadmap attached to the
The OPPO Realme 1 Android mid-ranger leaked yet again earlier this week, with real-life photos of the device being shared by one Indian tech blog that likely had its photographs under embargo and published them prematurely. While the original source has since been removed, the images themselves already started circulating the World Wide Web in
Samsung trademarked what’s believed to be its first Android Go smartphone earlier this month, having protected the name “Galaxy J2 Core” with the Korean Intellectual Property Office last Friday, May 4. The listing that was originally spotted by Dutch tech blog LetsGoDigital revolves around a moniker that’s already been mentioned by industry insider Roland Quandt
An LG Electronics-made Android smartphone bearing the model number LM-V350EM has been certified by the United States Federal Communications Commission earlier this week, as revealed by a set of testing documentation published by the agency on Friday. The device is believed to be the LG V35 ThinQ, yet another 2018 flagship from the South Korean company
"Education" may be a broad term, but there are more than enough quality educational apps on the market for both iOS and Android. Check out our top picks for the best educational apps for students.
One of the more interesting events at Google I/O every year is the 'Fireside chat,' where members of the Android team answer questions from developers. While most of the topics were about best practices for app development, there was one question that received an interesting response.
Google will be requiring Android smartphone manufacturers to roll out frequent security updates. In recent times the search giant has pushed towards increased security within the Android ecosystem, with it currently pushing out security patches on a monthly basis. However, many smartphone manufacturers choose to skip these entirely. In a bid to change this, Google has confirmed that it will now begin requiring “regular” security patches from Android manufacturers.
European football (soccer) is a massive sport, and arguably the most popular sport in the entire world. There are a ton of outstanding apps and it was tough narrowing it down to a top ten. Here are the best soccer apps and European football apps for Android!