How safe is my Android phone from hackers? Answer: not very says report

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Worrying news as it has emerged that there's a hole in some Android phones that could enable hackers and the like to execute malicious code. The potential exploit was discovered by Palo Alto Networks, which does enterprise security for big businesses. Apparently the way it works is that it exploits a flaw in Android’s “PackageInstaller”…

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Samsung Galaxy S6 available to pre-order on O2, EE and Vodafone from today

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The big three phone networks have announced that you can pre-order Samsung's new flagship device from today. Here's all of the details. Here's Vodafone's offer: "Customers who pre-order either device on a Vodafone Red L, XL, or XXL price plan will receive a free Samsung Wireless Charging Pad and phone case – and customers who…

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Sony starts rolling out Android Lollipop for Sony Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact

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Sony has today announced that the long awaited software upgrade to Android Lollipop is rolling out from today - hurrah! According to the press release, the first Xperia Z devices to get the update will be those in the Nordics and the Baltics - with further markets (including hopefully the UK) joining in two weeks…

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