Android One phones launch in India

Google launched the first Android One phones in India starting at $ 103 from Micromax, Karbonn, and Spice, and backed by direct Android updates from Google. Google announced its Android One initiative for selling budget Android phones in developing countries at June’s Google I/O conference. Like its Nexus program, Android One defines a mobile reference platform […]
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Android Browser flaw a “privacy disaster” for half of Android users

A bug quietly reported on September 1 appears to have grave implications for Android users. Android Browser, the open source, WebKit-based browser that used to be part of the Android Open Source Platform (AOSP), has a flaw that enables malicious sites to inject JavaScript into other sites. Those malicious JavaScripts can in turn read cookies and password fields, submit forms, grab keyboard input, or do practically anything else.
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Android users have the last laugh about large screen phones

In today’s Android roundup: Massive iPhone 6 sales prove Android users right about large screen phones. Plus: Android’s session hijacking security vulnerability, and Android Police reviews the Moto 360 smartwatch. Android users have known for years that larger screen phones work better for most people, and now they’ve been proven right by massive sales of Apple‘s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
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