Beware – your new Android phone may already have malware installed

Beware – your new Android phone may already have malware installed

Security experts have warned that some new Android smartphones are being shipped with malware pre-installed. Researchers at security firm Malwarebytes have discovered that a low-cost Android device popular with public sector schemes has unremoveable malware present. ...
Android phones could be hiding ‘undeletable’ malware

Android phones could be hiding ‘undeletable’ malware

A large number Android phones may be storing ‘undeletable’ files and apps following a number of widespread attacks, security researchers have warned. A new report from Kaspersky found that many Android devices that had been hit by cybercrime could still be...
Google is making navigation more thumb-friendly in Chrome for Android

Google is making navigation more thumb-friendly in Chrome for Android

Using Chrome to browse the web on your phone means spending a lot of time navigating around the screen using your thumbs. If you have a large-screened phone – or small hands – getting your thumb all the way to the top of the screen to switch tabs can be something of a...
Panasonic has launched its most rugged Android tablet yet

Panasonic has launched its most rugged Android tablet yet

Panasonic has added a new device to its lineup of Android rugged tablets with the launch of the 10.1-inch Toughbook A3. The tablet is fully rugged and has a battery life of 9 hours with standard batteries but this can be extended all the way to 15.5 hours with...