In late-July, Stagefright took the spotlight as a major security concern for an incredible amount of Android devices out in the wild. While patches have been released by the major manufacturers, it looks like the horror isn’t over just yet.
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There are now 1.4 billion active Android devices across the globe; Google Play reaches 1 billion active users
While Android Marshmallow is now official, it’s not exactly available to the public just yet. In the meantime, Android’s 5.0 release, Lollipop, is quietly gaining percentage points in distribution results.
Earlier in August, LG officially introduced the G Pad II 8.0 on its Korean website. Now, it’s time for the larger tablet to get officially debuted.
Security has become a big focus for the mobile industry, and with fingerprint sensors to help keep devices safe, other, older unlocking methods may be taking a back seat. But, according to new data, that might not be a bad thing.
For the last few years, OpenSignal has put together a comprehensive look into the state of “Android fragmentation,” giving a look at what the Android platform looks like at a macro level.
Usually, Google updates its Android Developers website to reflect the monthly distribution numbers for its mobile operating system.
Recently, Samsung unveiled two variants of the Galaxy Tab A, essentially launching two brand new Android-powered tablets into the market.
Every month, Google updates the distribution numbers for its Android platform, showcasing the state of the operating system across its varying versions.
Security is one of the most important parts of our mobile devices, and adding native fingerprint authentication could be a big boost to Android moving forward.