Posts Tagged ‘android’

Scrutinizing the Blu Products Life Play

Among the myriad of affordable handheld devices that saturates the market nowadays, how can you ensure that you will have the best device for your use? Bear in mind that budget smartphones, by virtue of the fact that they suffer from budget slash, have to resort to compromises in specs and features. To be able to keep your device responsive to your specific needs, you have to come up with a list of standards that should be met by your device. These standards take into consideration the peculiar

Best E-Book Reader Apps for Bookworms

In the age of “smarts”, most hardbound and paperback books have taken a backseat to more portable, space-saving e-books. While the experience of reading a real book is still far more fulfilling than just sliding your finger through the virtual pages of your favorite Rowling or Gaiman novel, more and more people now prefer e-book reader apps over local bookstores and libraries. With hundreds of e-book reader apps available in Google Play Store and App Store, choosing one that best fits your

Google Play Response to Piracy and Malware

Google Play seemed to be clean. Previously, because of the freedom provided by Google Play, the Android application market for many media portrayed as a wild area with no rules. As a result, many applications of artificial, fake, spam spreaders, even malware in circulation there. On 1st August 2012, in a letter to developers, Google started to implement some policies to alter the impression of a wild Google Play. Google gave developers 30 days to tidy up the application in order to comply wit

Corporate Networks Once Again Fear an Attack from Android

Malware and spyware are still on the loose, this time though, mobile devices with android, are being targeted through websites. It is the first instance in which websites which have been hacked are being used to host malware and spyware and when a mobile device visits the site it is then infected with the malware. This malware, better known as Notcompatible, appears to be targeting Android devices in particular. This Trojan, Notcompatible, is on the prowl for anything running Android though it d

Ferocious Android Malware Attacks

Not long ago it was discovered again two malware that attack mobile phones based on Android. The first is a variant of Light DroidDream who previously had attacked no less than 120,000 mobile phone users Android platform. The second is known as Zitmo. The attack was reported to be more serious Zitmo, this malware capable of stealing bank passwords and password to transact with the unwitting owner. At least 5000 Android phone already infected malware. According to the blog Lookout, corporat