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Android Malware BRATA Wipes Your Device After Stealing Data

The Android malware known as BRATA has added new and dangerous features to its latest version, including GPS tracking, the capacity to use multiple communication channels, and a function that performs a factory reset on the device to wipe all… Continue Reading →

‘Google Is Forcing Me To Dump a Perfectly Good Phone’

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard, written by Aaron Gordon: Not quite three years ago, I bought a Pixel 3, Google’s flagship phone at the time. It has been a good phone. I like that it’s not too… Continue Reading →

Privacy-centric DuckDuckGo to release Mac desktop browser

Popular, privacy-centered search engine DuckDuckGo plans to launch a desktop browser for macOS laptops and desktops.The browser is designed from the ground up to maintain privacy; that means it will not collect information about users and will not install cookies… Continue Reading →

Android 12: The Ars Technica Review

Enlarge Welcome to Android API level 31, aka Android 12. Google’s latest OS had one of the weirdest rollouts ever. An anticlimactic source code release happened in the beginning of October, but if you wanted to run Android 12 on a device… Continue Reading →

Build dynamic user interfaces with Android and XML

Before you start To get the most from this tutorial, you should be comfortable constructing Android applications using the Android SDK. On completion, you will have learned how to perform application-to-web server communications with HTTP(S) and how to parse XML… Continue Reading →

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