Android Archive

Google’s October Android patches have landed: There’s a big fix for dnsmasq bug

Google has published its October Android security bulletin and is rolling out the OTA update to Nexus and Pixel devices. It’s also

Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines

Twitter today has nearly four times as many monthly active users outside the U.S. as it does in its home market — 260 million

OnePlus 3T Receives Leaked Build of HydrogenOS Based on Android 8.0 Oreo

We’ve seen a number of OEMs such as OnePlus, Nokia, Sony, and others say they’re currently working on the Android 8.0 update, so it’s

Acinq Launches Lightning Network Android Wallet Eclair

TECHNOLOGY This week Bitcoin.com reported on the recent demo of the Lightning Network being tested by Bitfury on Bitcoin’s mainnet. Now the bitcoin technology company

ANTIVIRUS FOR ANDROID HAS A LONG, LONG WAY TO GO

ANTIVIRUS PROGRAMS ON PCs have a mixed track record. While generally useful, they still have to play catch-up with evolving threats–and their deep

Adobe launches redesigned Lightroom for Android

Adobe launched an update for its Lightroom photo management and editing apps on iOS and Android today. The iOS app for iPhone and iPad is getting

Jide’s Remix OS, a desktop fork of Android, is being killed off

It was a fun ride while it lasted, Jide. The company that promised the ultimate desktop fork of Android — complete with

Android 7.1.1’s panic mode rescues your screen when malware strikes

The folks at XDA Developers have uncovered a new ‘panic mode’ in the latest-and-greatest version of Android, which can help you escape a malicious app

Nokia’s new Android phones go on sale in UK on 12 July from £120

Andrew Hoyle/CNET After being launched back in February, Nokia’s string of Android phones will finally go on sale in the UK, starting

Meizu Pro 7 with secondary E-Ink display tipped to launch on July 26

Well, from various benchmark sites to leaked images, the Meizu Pro 7 has been surfacing online for quite some time now. Recently,