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Android application listens for credit card data followed by theftAndroid is the mobile operating system from Google. The software was originally built by a company called Android Inc, that was purchased by Google in 2005. From its modest debuts, Android has become a powerhouse that powers not only smartphones and tablet, but a host of other less high-profile devices and gadgets. Although Android is not a community-driven project, Google does release the source code as open-source under the Apache license.

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Android application listens for credit card data followed by theft

02/09/2011, If you’re paranoid about your personal information getting stolen, then you might want to be wary of purchasing a smartphone as such handsets might just carry software or applications that carry your financial data with you, including your credit...

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play to arrive on Verizon?

02/09/2011, According to a Wirefly, an online phone retailer, the upcoming “PlayStation Phone” now known as the Xperia Play from Sony Ericsson will be sold by Verizon when it arrives in the US. Though there’s nothing stopping Sony Ericsson from...

Myriad Alien Dalvik allows Android apps to run on other platforms

02/08/2011, Google’s Android is a pretty popular platform and there are plenty of apps for it. Now the Myriad Group AG has announced the launch of the Myriad Alien Dalvik, which allows Android apps to run on non-Android platforms unmodified. All that is needed is...

Movie Studio video editor for Android Honeycomb

02/07/2011, Video editing on mobile devices seems to be increasingly important and after Apple introduced iMovie for iOS devices, folks have also discovered a Movie Studio app on the Motorola XOOM, which is powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb. If the name didn’t give...

Android 2.4 to arrive in April?

02/07/2011, Android fans that love complexity will love to hear the latest rumors that are going around. Apparently Viewsonic’s recently announced ViewPad 4 smartphone will be powered by Android 2.4 when it’s launched in April and the operating system is capable...

Android Market delivers malware now?

02/06/2011, The Android Market is now web-based, making it a whole lot convenient to install applications across all of your Android devices, whether it is from a PC or from any of the devices.With Google’s new web-based Android Market letting users select and buy...

LG Optimus Pad to make its debut at the Mobile World Congress

02/04/2011, In a Korean press release, LG has confirmed that they will be showing off their upcoming Optimus Pad at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Spain, Barcelona in just over a week. The Android tablet that was first talked about in the middle of last year is...

XOOM and Thunderbolt release dates leaked on Best Buy

02/04/2011, According to the Best Buy – Grand Rapids South profile on Facebook, we now have the release dates for the Motorola XOOM Android tablet and HTC Thunderbolt Android phone! It seems like the XOOM keeps getting pushed back – from 14th to 17th and now...

LG Optimus Black spotted on T-Mobile UK’s website

02/03/2011, The LG Optimus Black that was first unveiled at CES 2011 this year is finally one step closer to making its way into consumers’ hands. Users can now register their interest in the phone on T-Mobile UK’s website. The Optimus Black is an...

Official blogger app released for Android

02/03/2011, It’s taken awhile, but it’s finally here. Google has just released the official Blogger app for the Android operating system. Using the app you can now post up entries on one of the world’s most popular blogging services. Here are some...

NOOKcolor pulled from stores

02/03/2011, The hot-selling eBook reader/Android tablet from Barnes & Noble has been reportedly missing from stores. Best Buy and even at Barnes & Noble’s own online store mention that the device won’t be shipping for two weeks. With no official...

Motorola CLIQ XT to remain on Cupcake

02/03/2011, Here’s some bad news for Motorola CLIQ XT owners – you’re not getting Android 2.1. Despite the update to the operating promised a few months ago, and all the talk about how they’re in the testing phases? It turns out to be all talk...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb won’t be on smartphones anytime soon

02/03/2011, Bad news for those looking forward to receive the delicious Honeycomb on their Android smartphones – Google has mentioned that Honeycomb (Android 3.0) will not be coming to smartphones anytime soon. When Google’s spokesman, Andrew Kovacs, was...