Daily Archive: February 3, 2014

Facebook on Paper app: No plans for international release, iPad or Android app – Pocket-lint.com


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Facebook on Paper app: No plans for international release, iPad or Android app
Pocket-lint.com
Facebook has confirmed to Pocket-lint that its new content discovery app Paper won’t be released for the iPad, Android, or international users at this time. The Paper app, released for iPhone on Monday in the US, re-envisions how content is viewed on
Video Tour: Facebook Paper Actually Looks Great, Will It Come to Android?Droid Life
Facebook Paper Not Launching For Android Or International Markets YetUbergizmo
Facebook Paper for iOS is amazing, and we’d like to see it for Android soonAndroid Community
Phones Review
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Droidpak: A sneak attack on Android devices via PC malware – TechRepublic (blog)

Droidpak: A sneak attack on Android devices via PC malware
TechRepublic (blog)
Symantec researchers have found what they are calling the first known example of Windows malware specifically designed to infect Android devices. “We’ve seen Android malware that attempts to infect Windows systems before,” mentioned Flora Lui, author 
Mobile Threat Monday: Fake Flash App Targets AndroidPC Magazine
How To Protect Your Android Phone From Threats In 2014Droid Report

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Five ways I survived the switch from iPhone to Android – CNET


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Five ways I survived the switch from iPhone to Android
CNET
The real challenge lies in switching to Android after nearly five years of using an iPhone. Though fundamentally similar (it’s all just apps and icons), the two operating systems vary greatly in many ways. And I found the transition pretty jarring
The Apple vs Android Smartphone battleDESIblitz

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The Pebble Appstore Is Out Today… Just Not For Android – Android Police

The Pebble Appstore Is Out Today… Just Not For AndroidAndroid PoliceSince Pebble first became available to the masses, finding good apps and watchfaces for the device has been sort of a hit-and-miss experience. Pebble knew this was the case, so back …

Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 Update Could Start Before Android 4.3 Finishes – Gotta Be Mobile

Gotta Be MobileGalaxy S4 Android 4.4 Update Could Start Before Android 4.3 FinishesGotta Be MobileThe Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 KitKat update could start before the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update finishes given that the Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 KitKat …

Are Android ROMs Still Worthwhile Compared to Xposed? – Lifehacker

Are Android ROMs Still Worthwhile Compared to Xposed?LifehackerA lot of Android rooters are asking themselves the same question right now: why ROM if you can basically make your own ROM with Xposed? To an extent, this is a valid question: if all you wa…

Pebble Launches Its Appstore For iOS, Android Version Coming Soon – TechCrunch


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Pebble Launches Its Appstore For iOS, Android Version Coming Soon
TechCrunch
Pebble started shipping its new Pebble Steel hardware last week, but until today, the version of the companion app available to the general public didn’t contain any of the version 2.0 goodness that granted access to the Pebble appstore. The new
Pebble Appstore launches today on iOS, Android coming soonTrustedReviews
Pebble appstore for Android beta launches with a few bugs in towSlashGear
Pebble’s appstore rolls out on iOS, starts beta testing on AndroidEngadget
Droid Life -androidandme.com -CNET UK
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Sprint HTC One Android 4.4.2 update available for manual pull – androidandme.com

Sprint HTC One Android 4.4.2 update available for manual pull
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Sprint recently announced that the Android 4.4.2 update for its version of the HTC One is now available for customer initiated request ahead of the network rollout that’s scheduled to begin on Feb. 11. Several Sprint One owners are reporting that they

Sprint brings walkie-talkie feature to more Android phones – CNET

CNETSprint brings walkie-talkie feature to more Android phonesCNETSpecifically, the much-loved walkie-talkie bit. The company said on Monday that select Android smartphones will be able handle push-to-talk communications through a simple app available …

Which Android security apps are the most effective? – CNET


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Which Android security apps are the most effective?
CNET
The following scored 6 out of 6 for both protection and usability: Avira’s Free Android Security 3.0; Bitdefender’s Mobile Security 2.6; G Data’s Internet Security 25.0; Kingsoft’s Mobile Security 3.3; KSMobile’s Clean Master 4.0; KSMobile’s CM
Android security app test resultsZDNet
‘Avira Free Android Security’ App Wins Perfect Score from AV-TESTBusiness Wire (press release)
AV-Test Announces Top Android Security SuitesOverclockers Club

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