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Wavelink signs on new Australian distie
“Aniluin has a great reputation in the market and has delivered successful deployments for the Android-based Cipherlab product range."
Nokia makes official comeback with Android smartphone in China
“Our ambition is to deliver a premium product, which meets consumer needs at every price point, in every market."
Android ransomware spreads further, with new methods in its toolbox
Ransomware seems to have maintained its attractiveness amongst cybercriminals.
Game review: Jack N' Jill 3D - a great little time waster
This game is a fun little time waster for those moments when you’re looking for something light, but with a little bit of a challenge.
Check Point: Asia hardest hit in 'Gooligan' Android malware attacks
Check Point has uncovered Android malware that is infecting more than 13,000 devices every single day. Here's what you need to know.
There's great news for Android, but not so good for Apple
The relentless march of Android continues, and it isn't good news for Apple. There is no Steve Jobs to ride in and turn things around this time.
8 years of Android: malware, malicious apps, and how to stay safe
Android now controls over 85% of the smartphone market and is by far the biggest player in the tablet market as well.
Emergency location tracking can be life or death, so why is NZ taking so long?
With the accuracy of GPS, combined with the amount of data about users, using emergency location tracking for medical purposes seems obvious. Right?
Trend Micro tackles ransomware threat with new software
"As technology and cybercrime continue to evolve, so do the security threats that come with it."
Android 6's security features prove no match for Gugi banking trojan
Android 6's security features are proving no match for the Gugi banking trojan, which has been able to slip past the platform's blocking mechanisms.
Lenovo and Microsoft strengthen strategic ties
"The collaboration with Microsoft will create new opportunities for Lenovo’s customers to take advantage of some of Microsoft’s popular apps."
ESET warns Android users to beware of fake QuadRooter patch apps
ESET is warning Android users to watch out for fake patch apps, the first of their kind to take advantage of the QuadRooter vulnerability.
BlackBerry launches new services to Android users
BlackBerry delivers on its smartphone software strategy, offering BlackBerry Hub+ for Android users.
ESET discovers fake Prisma apps full of trojans
ESET researchers reported fake versions of photo transformation app Prisma on Google Play, just ahead of the official app's launch last month.
Start experimenting with Google's new science app
Making & Science is a new initiative created by Google that’s aimed to inspire prospective scientists and future creators.
Fake apps on Google Play tricked users into paying
Many malicious developers try to trick users into downloading their apps by creating the illusion of a useful application.
Pokemon GO sideloaders potentially risking world full of nasties
Pokemon GO is taking New Zealand and Australia by storm - but there's a downside - malware attackers can quickly create a storm too.
Fourfold increase in ransomware attacks against Android
Android users beware, ransomware is becoming more prevalent towards your devices. Kaspersky Lab warns that the ransomware landscape is growing.
Hands on review: Android Auto vs CarPlay
"While both CarPlay and Android Auto are similar concepts, their layout differs."
'The Red Team' discovers widespread Android vulnerability
"Since many flagship and non-flagship devices use Qualcomm chips and/or Qualcomm code, it's possible that hundreds of models are affected."
Smartphone market: Is this Android’s time to shine?
In the slowing smartphone market, Apple has reported its first every year-on-year decline, while Samsung has held its ground.
Apple and Microsoft set to battle for Aussie tablet supremacy
The tablet battleground is moving to Apple versus Microsoft according to a new report, which shows higher end two-in-ones are winning ground.
Hands-on review: MicFlip’s Reversible Micro USB Cable
MicFlip has created the first ever reversible Micro USB, compatible with all Micro USB plugs.
Adobe + Dropbox integration now on Android
The partnership has been extended to include the 300 million Acrobat Reader customers who have installed the app on their Android devices.