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When will your phone get Android Nougat?

When will your phone get Android Nougat?

Our continually updated list has all the latest details, announcements, and rumors to give you the best possible picture of when you'll get Android 7.0. We have the answer! Well, sort of. Android is a fragmented mess customized by many different smartphone makers, so finding out when exactly you’ll get Nougat depends on a lot of different factors.

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Rogue Pokémon app hacks Androids

Rogue Pokémon app hacks Androids

Experts at Kaspersky Lab have discovered a new malicious app on the Google Play store called "Guide for Pokémon Go", capable of seizing root access rights on Android smartphones to install or uninstall apps and display unsolicited ads. The Trojan includes interesting features that help it bypass detection. For example, it does not start as soon as the victim launches the app. Instead, it waits for the user to install or uninstall another app, and then checks to see whether that app runs on a real device or on a virtual machine.

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AAG maintenance slows Internet again

AAG maintenance slows Internet again

Local Internet providers have said access to international services, including Youtube and Facebook, is choppy as the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea fiber optic cable line is suspended for scheduled maintenance. The maintenance takes place more than one month after the line broke in Hong Kong early August due to Typhoon Nida, and it took many days for the operator of the line to have it fixed. The system was suspended from June 22 to 26 for maintenance.

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SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts, pressures banks on security

SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts, pressures banks on security

SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new hacking attacks on its member banks as it pressured them to comply with security procedures instituted after February's high-profile $81 million heist at Bangladesh Bank.

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Study redraws route of human passage into Americas

Study redraws route of human passage into Americas

Map showing the new route believed to have been taken by the first humans coming from Asia to North America, published in the scientific magazine Nature

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Russian IT firm offers rewards to security researchers for finding bugs

Russian IT firm offers rewards to security researchers for finding bugs

Russian IT security company Kaspersky Lab has launched a bug bounty programme with HackerOne, a bug bounty platform provider, initially offering up to US$50,000 worth of rewards to security researchers.

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Google notifies users of 4,000 state-sponsored cyber attacks per month: executive

Google notifies users of 4,000 state-sponsored cyber attacks per month: executive

A woman holds her smart phone which displays the Google home page, in this picture illustration taken February 24, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Eric Gaillard/Illustration/Files

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Yahoo hires investment bank to sell about 3,000 patents: WSJ

Yahoo hires investment bank to sell about 3,000 patents: WSJ

Yahoo Inc has hired boutique investment bank Black Stone IP LLC to sell about 3,000 of the internet company's patents, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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Technology ministry says will prop up startups

Technology ministry says will prop up startups

The Ministry of Science and Technology said it is finding ways to spur growth of startups following the Government’s approval last month of a national scheme to support an innovative startup ecosystem.

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IT workers likely to enjoy 50% income tax cut

IT workers likely to enjoy 50% income tax cut

The Government has proposed the National Assembly (NA) reduce the personal income tax by 50% for workers in the information technology sector.

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Google defeats Oracle in Java code copyright case

Google defeats Oracle in Java code copyright case

Google has won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle after a jury ruled it did not unfairly appropriate parts of the Java programming language. Oracle had argued that Google had infringed its copyright and had sought nearly $9bn (£6bn) in damages. The outcome was eagerly awaited by software developers who feared that a victory for Oracle might encourage more such legal actions.

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Google CEO Pichai sees the end of computers as physical devices

Google CEO Pichai sees the end of computers as physical devices

Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the ‘device’ to fade away,” Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai wrote Thursday in a letter to shareholders of parent Alphabet Inc. “Over time, the computer itself -- whatever its form factor -- will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day.

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3 ways to speed up your computer's startup time

3 ways to speed up your computer's startup time

Remember those old tube TVs that took minutes to warm up after you turned on the power? How about dial-up modems that took half a minute to connect to the Internet? In the age of fast-booting TVs and always-connected Internet, you probably don't miss the waiting.

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Report: Google tests 'trips' planning app

Report: Google tests 'trips' planning app

Keeping track of trips—whether you're a frequent flier or once-a-year vacationer—can be a hassle. There's a lot to keep track of, from boarding passes and money exchange to hotel reservations and rental car bookings.

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Tech Q&A: Finding the best router, recovering deleted files

Tech Q&A: Finding the best router, recovering deleted files

Q. It drives me crazy! Wi-Fi is spotty in certain parts of my house. How do you know what’s the best router?

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Woman ordered to unlock iPhone with fingerprint

Woman ordered to unlock iPhone with fingerprint

Apple's fight with the feds over unlocking the San Bernardino shooter's phone has dominated the headlines, but a judge demanded a woman's fingerprint be used to unlock her iPhone—a first in a federal court case, reports the Los Angeles Times.

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Network security mandatory for businesses from July

Network security mandatory for businesses from July

Starting from July 1, organizations and enterprises will be required to invest in equipment and solutions that protect them from cyber attacks under the Law on Network Information Security.

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China ban on Apple services is a challenge for key growth area

China ban on Apple services is a challenge for key growth area

The blocking of Apple mobile entertainment services in China poses fresh challenges for the tech company as it prepares to report its first-ever drop in iPhone sales.

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Expert shows different outlook on security flaw patching

Expert shows different outlook on security flaw patching

Domestic organizations, stage agencies and businesses remain passive in handling security vulnerabilities, which brings high risks to networks, especially servers.

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Cyber fraudsters reap $2.3 billion through email wire-transfer scams

Cyber fraudsters reap $2.3 billion through email wire-transfer scams

Businesses have lost billions of dollars to fast-growing scams where fraudsters impersonate company executives in emails that order staff to transfer to accounts controlled by criminals, according to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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