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Android devices are stunningly vulnerable if you're a careless power-user – Mashable

The robot needs a retooling.Image: Omar Marques/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images By Rachel Kraus2018-08-11 18:50:13 UTC Don’t chuck your Android phone across the room in fear just yet. A report from the security firm Kryptowire, via Wired, shows that many Android phones are stunningly vulnerable thanks to Android’s open operating …

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Here's how App Actions in Android 9.0 Pie work, and how to control them – Digital Trends

Digital Trends Here’s how App Actions in Android 9.0 Pie work, and how to control themDigital TrendsIf you’re upgrading from Android 8.0 Oreo to Android 9.0 Pie on an existing device, the new App Actions should be turned on by default. If not, long-press on the home screen and tap …

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Search in Pics: Android Pie statue, IE logo Post-it notes & Google's yellow submarine – Search Engine Land

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Android Pie statue erected at GooglePlex: Source: Twitter A yellow submarine …

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Android SDK cozies up to Kotlin – InfoWorld

Android SDK cozies up to Kotlin | InfoWorld Nullability annotations accompany the Android 9 Pie debut Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Paul Krill Editor at Large, InfoWorld | Aug 9, 2018 Ryan Whitwam/IDG “); }); try { $(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({ threshold …

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Google appoints new tech lead for Android Open Source Project – 9to5Google

Shortly after the launch of Android 9 Pie earlier this week, Google pushed the source code for its latest mobile operating system to AOSP. Coinciding with the release, the company also named a new tech lead for the Android Open Source Project. Nintendo Switch Jeff Bailey is a longtime Googler …

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Gmail for iOS and Android now lets you turn off conversation view – TechCrunch

When Gmail launched with its threaded conversation view feature as the default and only option, some people sure didn’t like it and Google quickly allowed users to turn it off. On mobile, though, you were stuck with it. But here’s some good news for you conversation view haters: you can now turn …

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How to cancel MoviePass on Android – Android Central

Without a doubt, one of the most controversial companies of the year is MoviePass. The offer of $9.95/month to see one movie per day started out as something that was seemingly too good to be true, but as time’s gone on, that offer’s become less and less magical. Thanks to …

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How to use the new app switcher in Android Pie – Android Central

Switching back and forth between apps is something most of us do on our phones each day. It’s a pretty simple task that’s seen some minor improvements over the years, but with Android Pie, Google gave this a huge overhaul both aesthetically and functionally. If you want to learn more …

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Android P: Release date, features and everything you need to know about Google's next operating system – Mirror.co.uk

Google is getting ready to launch its latest Android P operating system soon and there’s plenty to look forward to. Following several beta releases and lots of leaks there has been plenty revealed early about the mobile OS which was first announced by Google on May 8 this year. From …

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Fortnite Mobile for Android APK corroborates Samsung Galaxy Note 9 exclusivity – XDA Developers (blog)

While the Android enthusiast community is waiting for the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th, gamers are wondering when Epic Games will launch their massively popular free-to-play battle royale game ‘Fortnite’ on Android. The game is supposed to launch this summer, according to the developers, …

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