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FREAK security flaw made Android, Apple users vulnerable to hackers - Mashable

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


Mashable

FREAK security flaw made Android, Apple users vulnerable to hackers
Mashable
Many Apple and Android users had been left vulnerable to hackers for more than a decade due to a former U.S. government policy, according to cybersecurity researchers. The security flaw, called FREAK, made visitors to a multitude of websites ...
Massive FREAK security flaw breaks HTTPS in Android, Apple devicesExtremeTech
FREAK Flaw Threatens Android, iOS Devices WorldwideTom's Guide
Apple, Android Browsers Vulnerable to 'FREAK Attack'ABC News

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Signal app encrypts iOS users' text messages -- to Android devices too - CNET

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


CNET

Signal app encrypts iOS users' text messages -- to Android devices too
CNET
You can send encrypted text messages to other iPhone users who have Signal and to Android users who run the TextSecure app on their phones. Further, you don't have to pay individual fees for each message. The new text message encryption feature ...
Now you can easily send (free!) encrypted messages between Android, iOSArs Technica
How to send encrypted messages to iOS, Android devices for freeZDNet
Free App Allows iPhone and Android Users To Encrypt Their ConversationsGOOD Magazine

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What The FREAK? Why Android And iPhone Users Need To Pay Attention To ... - Forbes

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


TechnologyTell

What The FREAK? Why Android And iPhone Users Need To Pay Attention To ...
Forbes
There's another widespread vulnerability in town and it affects a lot of web denizens, especially Google Android and Apple iPhone Safari users. It's called FREAK, but don't let it completely freak you out. Though a lot of websites and devices are ...
SSL under attack: Apple, Android gear FREAK out, open up to spiesThe Register

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Google won't force Android encryption by default (update) - Engadget

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


Engadget

Google won't force Android encryption by default (update)
Engadget
Switching to default encryption on all Android devices could take longer as manufacturers play catch-up, but we don't know where the pressure to hold off came from yet. We've contacted Google about its current policy and will update this post should we ...
Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by defaultThe Register
Disappointed Much? Google Backs Down On Android Encryption PromiseForbes
Android 5.0 Devices Aren't Encrypted By Default—Despite Google PromisesGizmodo
VentureBeat -Mashable -ZDNet
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Report: Google preparing iOS app for Android Wear smartwatches - Gigaom

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


ReadWrite

Report: Google preparing iOS app for Android Wear smartwatches
Gigaom
Right now, you need an Android phone to use an Android Wear smartwatch. But according to a report from French technology website 01net, Android Wear might be going cross-platform with an iOS app, possibly launching at Google's annual developer ...
Google Reportedly Preparing Android Wear for iPhone and iPadMac Rumors
Google Launches New Analytics, Monetization Tools For Android Game ...TechCrunch
Your phone now doubles as an Android TV game controllerEngadget
ReadWrite -SocialTimes -BGR
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Here's the biggest differences between Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay - Business Insider

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


Business Insider

Here's the biggest differences between Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay
Business Insider
Google wants Android Pay to become a successful platform because it would be a simple way for the billion people who use Android phones to pay for things — Pichai called out China and India as places where he hopes to see developers build "innovative ...
Android Showdown: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. HTC One M9PC Magazine
Google's new mobile payment platform is called Android PayEngadget
Google unveils 'Android Pay' mobile payments API to rival Apple PayApple Insider
Yahoo Tech -Tom's Guide -GSMArena.com
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Sony bundles Microsoft's Office for Android apps on its new Xperia Z4 tablet - The Verge

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


Sony bundles Microsoft's Office for Android apps on its new Xperia Z4 tablet
The Verge
After partnering with Dropbox to integrate a rival cloud storage service into Office, Microsoft then decided to make Office free for iOS and Android users. At the same time, the software has been aggressively bundling Office with low-cost tablets and ...

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Nokia's iPad mini clone is the nicest Android tablet you can't buy - The Verge

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


Nokia's iPad mini clone is the nicest Android tablet you can't buy
The Verge
The N1 runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, but it's a customized version primarily built to feature Nokia's "Z launcher." It's an interface with two distinct features. The first is that the four-by-three grid of apps on the home screen is adaptive based on what ...
Nokia's N1 tablet is an iPad mini with AndroidEngadget

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Withings' analog Activité smartwatches now work with Android - The Verge

Tuesday, March 03, 2015


TechCrunch

Withings' analog Activité smartwatches now work with Android
The Verge
This is still true, and if you're an Android user looking for a device that can track your fitness without needing to be recharged daily (the Activité's battery lasts for eight months!) then these might be the devices for you. The leather-and-steel ...
Withings Launches Android Support For Activité And Activité PopTechCrunch
Withings Activité Smartwatch Is Now Compatible With AndroidTech Times
Withings Activité and Activité Pop now compatible with AndroidWareable
CNET -Engadget -Gizmodo
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Google Announces Mobile Payments Platform Android Pay - Forbes

Monday, March 02, 2015


TechCrunch

Google Announces Mobile Payments Platform Android Pay
Forbes
Android Pay will not be a separate payment app, but it is going to be a platform that enables developers to integrate mobile payments into their apps using an API layer. “We are doing it in a way so that anybody else can build a payments service on top ...
Google confirms Android Pay: a mobile payments layer 'anybody can build on'The Verge
Android Pay Is Real, And Will Give Developers The Reins As An APITechCrunch
Will Google's Android Pay Support Bitcoin?Bitcoin Magazine
The Guardian -Biometric Update -SiliconANGLE (blog)
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