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Factory-reset on Android useless, data can still be retrieved: Cambridge study

A new Cambridge study has found that user data is retrievable from second-hand Android devices


Google Play Store will now let users ‘pre-register’ for upcoming apps

Once you’ve registered for an app, the the play store then sends a notification to your phone or tab when it is available for download.


Now, say ‘Ok Google’ to open third-party apps

Google says the feature is in a pilot mode and will work on a “select group of partners”


Top mobile games this month: Criminal Case to WWE to Stray Cat, take your pick

Criminal Case to Archery Master 3D to Stray Cat Simulator, these are our choices for the top games on Android and iOS for the month of April, 2015.


Now just find your missing Android smartphone on Google Search

If your Android smartphone is missing, you can now directly use the Google Search app or site to find it.

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Gmail is now unified; Supports Yahoo and Outlook

Users can now add their @yahoo and @outlook accounts to the Android Gmail app.


InstantRecall lets you add more details about contacts

Owen is aiming to create a platform that can be accessed from the web and will help users over a long period of time

Default apps by smartphone makers just work, so there's little reason for you to venture beyond them

Do we really have to outsource thinking to smartphone apps?

Yes, you can have smart app without it being a slave of context engines and databases.

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6 strange mobile applications

Melon meter app tells you which watermelon is red and juicy. Check out these six weird mobile applications.

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Android 5.1 Lollipop arrives with better device security

The new version will come with most Android phones and tablets shipped with Android 5.1 OS.

InFocus M2-480

InFocus M2 has two 8MP cameras despite Rs 4,999 price tag

The device has a 1.3 Ghz quad core processor with 1GB RAM and 2,010mAh Li-Ion battery.


FREAK attack: Apple and Android browsers vulnerable

However, there’s no evidence so far that any hackers have exploited the weakness, which companies are now moving to repair.

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BlackBerry working with Google to enhance Android security

Android for Work is Google’s solution to securely separate business and personal data and applications.

BSES Android app likely by this summer

The app will let consumers avail services related to power consumption, status of new connections, information on bills, etc.

10-inch Android tablets

Google has a 10-inch Android tablet problem

Android does not have enough 10-inch tablets that could be called a value-for-money proposition.