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Hesperbot, The New Banking Trojan Infects Android Smartphones

hesperbot ESET, the company behind the well known NOD32 anti-virus software, just announced their latest discovery : Hesperbot, a new and very effective banking trojan, that targets people who use online banking in order to gain access to their accounts. The nasty part about this new malware is its design, which is able to circumvent the mobile multi ...

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Qualcomm Brags With its New Mirasol 2560 x 1440 577ppi 5.1-inch Display for Smartphones

mirasol We all know about Qualcomm, one of the world's top dogs when it comes to mobile processors, now they are entering  in a completely different  field of battle showing off their latest creation, Mirasol, a 2560 x 1440 577ppi 5.1-inch display . Massive cool, man, forward Qualcomm! What's up with that, you may ask, what seems to be wrong? Actuall...

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Smartphones Booming, Thanks to iPhone, Android – InternetNews.com

Columbus DispatchSmartphones Booming, Thanks to iPhone, AndroidInternetNews.comThe phone's continued demand, coupled with new superstars like Android-powered handsets, has led to a surge in sales for smartphones across the board. ...Android Army & iPhone Skyrocket Smartphone SalesozCarGuideApple iPhone Gains Market Share, BlackBerry SlipsIn...

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HTC blow up its range of Android Smartphones – White Hat News

EuroDroid (blog)HTC blow up its range of Android SmartphonesWhite Hat NewsThe company is developing a number of HTC smartphones based on operating system Google Android. Till date the company does not mention the names of the ...Android Taking Off in the UKHTCPedia.comEclair users surpass Donut, Cupcake still king of AndroidIntoMobile (blog)Android...

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Adobe's entire staff to get Flash-enabled Android smartphones for free – TopNews United Kingdom (blog)

Times OnlineAdobe's entire staff to get Flash-enabled Android smartphones for freeTopNews United Kingdom (blog)Adobe has decided to provide its entire staff with free Flash-enabled smartphones which run Google's Android operating system. However, the company did not ...Adobe Giving Employees Android-powered Phones With FlashUberGizmo (blog)...

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Incredible new king of smartphones – Detroit Free Press

QuickPWN (blog)Incredible new king of smartphonesDetroit Free PressAndroid-based phones have been making up some serious ground this year, though, and the HTC-developed Incredible now leads the pack. At just 4.59 ounces, ...Verizon's iPhone Vs AT&T's HTC Android Scorpion ! Is It Possible ?Free PC Guides (blog)HTC Droid Incredible Amazin...

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Droid Incredible new king of smartphones – Detroit Free Press

Ice Hype (blog)Droid Incredible new king of smartphonesDetroit Free PressAndroid-based phones have been making up some serious ground this year, though, and the HTC-developed Incredible now leads the pack. At just 4.59 ounces, ...HTC Droid Incredible Amazing Features, Price, Reviews, and Android OSCNM News NetworkVerizon's Next Droid is Incredi...

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Smartphones news: WES 2010, acquisition rumors, Android Market, Nexus One – TechRepublic (blog)

IntoMobile (blog)Smartphones news: WES 2010, acquisition rumors, Android Market, Nexus OneTechRepublic (blog)BlackBerry, while still the smartphone marketshare leader, has lost a ton of momentum to the iPhone and Android platforms. I don't know if Tuesday's ...Watch Out iPhone, Android Use Is on the RisePC WorldAdMob: Android OS, Device Mar...

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Dell's Tablet and Android Smartphones leaked online – TimesNewsline.com

Seattle Times (blog)Dell's Tablet and Android Smartphones leaked onlineTimesNewsline.comThe internet has been flooded with the detailed specifications and photos of multiple Dell products like windows 7 smartphone, Android powered handsets and ...Tech site: Dell to produce slick Windows and Android smartphoneUSA TodayTrio Of Leaked Dell Android...

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CTIA Spring 2010 Wrap-Up: Lots of New Android OS Smartphones – Brighthand

Techie BuzzCTIA Spring 2010 Wrap-Up: Lots of New Android OS SmartphonesBrighthandThe spring CTIA show saw the unveiling of several new smartphones, all of which will run Google's Android OS, including the HTC EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S, ...Google Android, HTC, Samsung, LG: The Best of CTIA 2010eWeekHTC Evo 4G, Nexus One, and Droid – Android Evo...

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CTIA spawns new crop of smartphones – FT.com (blog)

Gadget Venue (blog)CTIA spawns new crop of smartphonesFT.com (blog)HTC's Android-powered Evo 4G - the first Wimax-enabled smartphone which will be offered for sale by Sprint Nextel this summer in the US - was ...Sprint's HTC Hero may get Android 2.1 on April 9thElectronista (blog)The Future of Smartphones: 4G and BeyondEntrepreneurSome Top ...

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Personal Tech Motorola Releases Two New Android Smartphones – Top Tech News

Mobiletor.comPersonal Tech Motorola Releases Two New Android SmartphonesTop Tech NewsMotorola has released two new Android-powered smartphones. The unique Backflip is attracting attention and is offered by AT&T, ...AT&T looks to be detracting from the Android experience with the BackflipZDNet (blog)AT&T scores another win by adding Andr...

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Sony Reveals 2 New Android Walkman Players :the ZX 1 and the F880

android walkman Whenever you think that your iPod is cool, the alfa and omega like, you're forgetting one basic fact : before Apple and the iPod "revolution", the Sony Walkman ruled the world! I remember those cassette player Sony Walkmans since the 90's, yes, I am that old folks. And the first Walkman was invented back in 1978, when Steve Jobs was still th...

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Samsung’s CEO Announces 64-bit Capable Android Smartphones in the Future

samsung After Apple announced the iPhone 5s which comes with a brand-new 64-bit  A7 CPU, Samsung's CEO JK Shin told  the Korean newspapers that his company too will include in its future handsets a blazing fast 64-bit capable processor. Of course, what else can be expected from Samsung but to follow the example of an American company? Just kidding, m...

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New Pictures of Sony Xperia Z1 Show Metal Chassis

Xperia Z1 (Honami) Pictures of the he Sony Xperia Z1 also known as Honami were leaked again over the internet, now we can brag with an official press image so this time there are no doubts about its authenticity. In the leaked image we can see the three versions of the Z1, black, white and purple. These are the same colors as in the current flagship, the Xperi...

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25 000 Smartphones Infected With Android Malware From Google Play

android malware Dr. Web, a Russian based internet security company just announced that over 25 000 smartphones got exposed to Android  malware after downloading infected apps from Google Play, and that's pretty sad folks. This is becoming the new trend in hacking, the creation of malware infected Android apps which are then uploaded to Google Play. The sch...

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Network Changes and New Tech Needed to Get More From Batteries

Android phone battery drain fixThere is only so far we can go as far as having increasingly thinner smartphones with long battery life. These are the noises eminating from Qualcomm's John Stefenac. Stefenac believes that there is an enormous amount of pressure for being put on smartphone manufacturers to deliver cool, sexy, ultra-thin devices that have a long battery life. ...

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Nikon Going for Android Smartphones?

Nikon I'm not sure about you, but all my friends, myself included, are using their smart/dumb phones when it comes to taking pictures or videos on the go, not a DSLR from Nikon or the like. This is going on for some time now, I can't even remember the last time I wished for a dedicated camera. In my humble opinion, dedicated cameras are becoming more a...

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Nikon says it’s feeling the pressure from smartphones, could be working on a “non-camera” product

Nikon-Coolpix-S800c I’m sure many of you, like me, have been using your smartphone as your primary method of capturing snaps for quite a while. But it seems that Nikon is a bit slow on the ball, as the company has finally woken up to the realization that an 8 megapixel smartphone is a clear preference over a point and shoot camera for the casual consumer. President...

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Weekly News Roundup #10 – India

wnri feature Note: Due to unavoidable circumstances, there was no Indian weekly news roundup last week. Today’s feature will include top news from the previous week as well.  It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the mobile world in India. India has now taken over from Japan as the third largest smartphone market in the world! We have a few new smar...

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AA Weekly: top Android news of the week, July 7, 2013

aa weekly July 7 This week, we’ve learned more details about the upcoming LG G2, Motorola teased the Moto X, the Galaxy S4 reached a sales milestone, HTC broke the hearts of One S users, and we got some interesting news about the Android 4.3. LG G2: tantalizing rumors LG is expected to stage a soft launch of its new flagship in mid-July, followed three weeks lat...

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In the market for a new Android phone? Here are some devices worth waiting for

android smartphone shopping We take a look at upcoming Android smartphones that you should be aware before buying a new device. Should I wait for the new Galaxy or should I get the HTC now? Is the next Nexus worth waiting another month? If I get this phone now, will I regret it next week? We’ve all had dilemmas like these, or, at least, we’ve heard others wondering if pu...

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Samsung to invest $4.5 billion in new R&D centers

samsung galaxy s4 top back side aa It seems that the most common complaint about the Galaxy S4, if you have one, is that it’s not really a significant leap ahead of the last generation’s Galaxy S3. “Samsung is turning into Apple” seems to be a not uncommon comparison these days, but perhaps the fact that Samsung is building five new research and development centers will...

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Former Nokia employee aims to create $1,300+ Android-powered ‘adventure smartphones’

Nokia HQ Think that $640 off-contract price for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is expensive? That’s peanuts, at least compared to the $1300 – $6500 that it will cost to bring home upcoming Android handsets from Adaia. If you are now scratching your head wondering who Adaia is, they are a brand new Finnish startup that is lead by a former Nokia employee, Hei...

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AT&T bringing 25 solar charging stations for mobile devices in New York

AT&T solar chargersImage Credit: Michael Nagle for The New York TimeAT&T seems to understand the need for more powerful batteries when all other components in a mobile device advance. Even though it won’t create batteries for its mobile devices, a lending hand will be delivered in the form of solar-powered charging stations.Starting with Tuesday, New York w...

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Liquid-cooled smartphones from Samsung, HTC, and Apple coming later this year

Liquid cooling We told you about the world’s first liquid-cooled handset about a month ago when NEC introduced the Medias X-06E phone for NTT DoCoMo over in Japan. It basically uses a smartphone-centric heat pipe design that relies on cooling technology yet untapped even on today’s high-end models. How would you like to have this same cooling tech in...

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Weekly News Roundup #9 – India

wnri featureIn a weekly segment, I’ll be doing a roundup of the mobile technology news in India, including new device announcements and releases from Indian manufacturers, network carrier news, and anything else that captures the pulse of  the Android scene in India.This week, three more budget-friendly quad-core smartphones join the ever-growing list of su...

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Samsung might launch its anti-theft feature for smartphones as soon as July

Samsung logo aa (2) - 600px Samsung, along with other tech industry giants, met with New York Attorney General Erich Schneiderman recently to discuss the implementation of the smartphone kill switch that we’ve talked about before in order to reduce the number of device thefts that keep occurring in the U.S. Now, it looks like the Korea-based electronics company has fin...

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