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Samsung eyeballing iris scanners: Galaxy Iris and Galaxy Eyeprint trademarked in U.S. and Korea

by: Kris CarlonJune 1, 2016
Samsung has now trademarked the names Galaxy Iris and Galaxy Eyeprint in the U.S. and Korea as well (it has already trademarked the name in the EU).
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Sirin Labs unveils Solarin, a $14,000 super-secure Android smartphone for ‘very, very smart people’

by: John DyeMay 31, 2016
Sirin Labs is swinging for the fences with Solarin, a new Android device that boasts “military grade” security and a price tag of $14,000. Over $16,000 after taxes.
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge begins receiving June security update

by: Dan BartramMay 30, 2016
Samsung is making a habit of issuing the Android security updates early as this time the Galaxy S7 Edge is already receiving the security update for June.
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Google might soon adopt passive-aggressive tactics to shame slow Android updaters

by: John DyeMay 25, 2016
In the same spirit as your roommate who left pointedly vague Post-It notes next to that growing stack of dishes, Google has adopted a new tactic to ‘encourage’ partners to do their share of the housework regarding Android.
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Google wants to get rid of password logins for Android apps by 2017

by: Sean KingMay 23, 2016
During Google I/O, Daniel Kaufman announced that it was Google’s intent to make password identifications outmoded by the end of the year
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Is someone stealing your Wi-Fi? How to tell, and what you can do about it

by: Rob TriggsMay 13, 2016
Is your Wi-Fi connection sometimes a little sluggish or unresponsive? This guide will help you find out if someone is stealing your Wi-Fi and how to secure your home network.
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FCC, FTC examining how carriers release mobile security patches

by: John DyeMay 9, 2016
Today the FCC and FTC announced that they would be launching an inquiry into why companies take so long to rollout security updates to mobile devices.
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Google attempts to tackle Stagefright with Android N changes

by: Kris CarlonMay 6, 2016
Google has outlined the ways it has mitigated future Stagefright vulnerabilities in Android N by further sandboxing mediaserver processes and permissions.
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Video: Bypassing Factory Reset Protection on Nexus devices is still stupid simple

by: Bogdan PetrovanMay 5, 2016
If you can tap on a screen and follow simple instructions, you too can “hack” into a Nexus device that, in theory, should be secured by Factory Reset Protection.
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Android App permissions explained

by: Alex MullisApril 28, 2016
App permissions are built into an app by its developer. So what are app permissions and how does a developer set them? Which ones should be set and why?
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