Android Collects and Shares 10x More Personal User Data Than iOShttps://www.idropnews.com/news/fast-tech/android-collects-and-shares-10x-more-personal-user-data-than-ios/80798/The long-standing rivalry between Android and iOS users over which mobile operating system is superior has been fought with a vengeance from both sides of the aisle.
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Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess – The Vergehttps://www.theverge.com/2018/4/19/17252486/google-android-messages-chat-rcs-anil-sabharwal-imessage-texting?ref=donvy.comA top-tier Android phone can cost upwards of a thousand dollars, and for that money, you’ll get some amazing features. It will have a stellar screen, top-flight camera, gobs of storage, and an absolutely atrocious texting experience. As a result of Google’s “try everything” approach to messaging, the company currently has four major competing messaging apps: Hangouts, Allo, Duo, and Android Messages.
Thousands of Android apps may be illegally tracking children, study finds – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/04/16/thousands-of-android-apps-may-be-illegally-tracking-children-study-finds/?utm_term=.6aa8b1d0ca1bSome of the apps in question included Disney’s “Where’s My Water?” Gameloft’s “Minion Rush” and Duolingo, the language learning app.
Top FBI, CIA, and NSA officials all agree: Stay away from Huawei phones | TechConnecthttps://www.techconnect.com/article/3252255/android/cia-fbi-nsa-officials-avoid-huawei-phones.html?idg_eid=412374c121fe539738655f52ae490f8f&email_SHA1_lc=f6d5fe2a378ea202f8af35117edcb06be2465c6d&cid=tcon_nlt_techconnect_daily_2018-02-15&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TechConnect%20Daily%202018-02-15&utm_term=techconnect_dailyThe heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA warned U.S. customers from buying Huawei phones and said they would never consider buying one for themselves in testimony on Capitol Hill this week. CBS News is reporting that FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats each gave testimony on Capitol Hill this week to address the cybersecurity threats facing the nation and all admitted that they would never willingly use a Huawei handset.