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Android KeyStore Vulnerable To Compromise

July 9, 2014

A vulnerability affecting roughly 10 percent of all Android phones allows an attacker to gain sensitive credentials, including cryptographic keys, for virtual private networks, as well as PINs or the patterns used to unlock the device.

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Oracle Wins Its Java Claims Over Google In Court

May 17, 2014

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington has decided Oracle can copyright parts of the Java programming language, a decision that could adversely affect the future development of Google's Android

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Pwn Phone Gives PenTesters A Mobile Option

May 5, 2014

While there are apps that can make a jailbroken Android perform various penetration tests, there are relatively few mobile devices devoted to the task.

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OnePlus One Smartphone Uses Cyanogenmod OS

May 1, 2014

A new handset maker, OnePlus, is making waves with its first phone designed to run Cyanogenmod instead of Android and priced at a mere $300.

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Samsung Using Multiple OSs For Its SmartWatches

April 29, 2014

Samsung is betting everything on smartwatch technology, including using different OSs.

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