Once infected it does not go away
A widely circulating piece of Android malware which uses a clever trick to reinfect its targets in a feat that stumped researchers as to precisely how it was pulled off.
Cargo cult sends in the nerds to evangelise the gym
As if Fudzilla readers needed a reason to skip going to the gym, the fruity cargo cult Apple has announced an evangelisation programme targeting gym users and it is getting the gyms to pay for it.
Firefox and IE looking pretty sick
The leading web browser globally as of December 2019 is Google’s Chrome for Android, which hit a 33 percent market share in the last year.
Why did Google Android get the works? That's no body's business but the Turks.
Google has warned its suppliers that it may not be able to provide its Android software in Turkey after the Turkish competition board ruled that changes Google made to its contracts were not acceptable.
Fortunately mostly spam
A new Android malware strain has made a name for itself after popping up on the radar of several antivirus companies, and annoying users thanks to a self-reinstall mechanism that has made it near impossible to remove.
Gigaset and HMD Global Oy allowed to help out
Google’s fight against a record EU antitrust fine has received the backing of Android phone maker Gigaset and HMD Global Oy to intervene in the lawsuit.
ASUS makes the claim
The latest phone from Asus is being touted as the fastest phone in the world.
No more sweeties from Google
Android Q Beta which will be commercially known as Android 10 is out.
Huawei will not find another Yu
Huawei unveiled its proprietary operating system for smartphones and other devices. But Huawei said that for now, it would stick to using Google’s Android for smartphones, and the new software will be gradually rolled out to support devices such as smartwatches, speakers and virtual reality gadgets.
Check Point warns
Malicious apps from a campaign called "Agent Smith" have been downloaded to 25 million Android devices, according to new research by Israeli cyber-security firm Check Point.