If it "can be done for child pornography," they should do it for IP piracy, too...
Android 14 full release date still unknown
A step in the right direction towards user security
Google wrongly describes a bloated "System" directory
The mascot has some interesting new looks
You don't need an Android update for faster app start-up times
Power users can check their OS installations against a public log to detect abnormalities
Wirelessly transfer files between Android and Windows over local networks
More than your laptop
Custom OS avoids Google servers and favors privacy-focused apps
The Windows 11 native RGB lighting controller also arrives
It doesn't work on iOS devices
A hot potato: The Google Play Store is notorious for harboring apps that contain malware, adware, or some flavor of spyware or fleeceware. A lesser-known fact is that hackers are increasingly targeting pre-installed apps for their misdeeds, and researchers are trying to raise awareness about this growing trend. Millions of affordable Android phones come with numerous pre-installed apps, and hackers only need to subvert one. However, addressing this issue is significantly more challenging than dealing with rogue apps that find their way into the Play Store.
Was it car infotainment, digital cameras, or for an open-source game console?
Apple and Android devices could start alerting users to any unknown trackers as early as next year
Can OnePlus energize a flat tablet market?
Transfer photos, videos, documents or entire folders between your Android device and Windows PC with Google's Nearby Share. Sending files can be done via drag-and-drop as long as the two devices are within 16 feet of each other.
Android 14 will be released to the public later this year
Resembles the offload feature Apple introduced for iOS in 2017
Hackers offer to hijack developer accounts and compromise legitimate apps
Any app allowing account creation must also allow in-app account deletion
Send photos, documents, and files between platforms quickly and easily