As promised, HTC has released its first wave of OTA system updates to their phones that are affected by the vulnerability which was brought to light a few weeks back which could allow third-party applicatiosn to access personal data. It’s been roughly three weeks since HTC acknowledged the security risk and pledged to roll out timely updates to all their phones which are affected by the issue.
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Google TV’s pretty much been a non-starter since it was announced at Google IO in 2010. Trouble with networks and other content providers has kept any sort of mainstream adoption at bay, and we’re still waiting on the long-promised update to Honeycomb that will bring more apps and features.
Microsoft might have just made any update moot with the announcement of a [Read More...]
If you happen to own one of those fancy new HTC phones that have come out over the past few months, you might want to hold off on downloading any new apps from less-than-trustworthy developers.
The folks over at Android Police have discovered that the HTCLogger.apk included in newer HTC devices and system updates doesn’t secure any of the data that it collects. HTC Logger is intended to capture system logs, [Read More...]