Nougat starts to make an impact
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Still low


The latest Android version has finally managed to appear on more than one percent of phones.

Android pattern security isn't secure
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Can be cracked in five goes


The Pattern Lock system which is used to provide security on millions of Android phones is a doddle to crack.

Huawei snubs Google and goes to Alexa
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Begun the revolution has

The widely-expected revolt against Google’s Android has begun with Huawei signing up for Amazon’s AI Alexa.

Android most insecure OS of 2016
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Followed by Debian and Ubuntu

While people might mock Microsoft’s security, it would appear that the  least most secure operating systems this year were Android, Debian and Ubuntu.

Samsung to install AI in all its apps
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Viv will be omnipotent


Samsung might be trying to install its Viv AI in all its apps.

Android not merging with Chrome
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Chrome Alone


A top Googler has denied rumours that Android and Chrome will merge into an OS that crosses platforms.

Huawei not bringing two of its flagships a slice of Nougat
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Huawei P8 and Mate S not on the list


Huawei has announced plans for its next big software rollout and bring Android Nougat to most of its phones. But two of its major recent flagships are not on the list.

Huawei is the world’s most profitable Android maker
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco did a little damage

Beancounters at Strategy Analytics have named Huawei as the world’s most profitable Android device maker – knocking Samsung off its throne.

Samsung launches Nougat beta programme
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For S7 and S7 Edge

Maker of the ever-smouldering Notes, Samsung, has launched its Android 7.0 Nougat Galaxy Beta Program for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge.

LG sells 200,000 V20s
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14 November 2016

LG sells 200,000 V20s


In just 10 days


LG’s V20 is doing rather well, with more than 200,000 of them leaping off shelves worldwide.