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What can password managers do on Android?

The world is going mobile, and so is your life. You now use your mobile device to play games, check emails and read articles, but you avoid logging in to accounts on your phone because you don’t remember your passwords. Forget mobile shopping; typing in those forms at checkout is time consuming and frustrating. But it doesn’t […]

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The Facebook phone isn’t a phone: it’s a super-app

Facebook announced its big plan for mobile today, called Facebook Home. Despite speculation that it would be a Facebook phone or a Facebook operating system, it’s more like a super app with “deep integration” into Android phones. It’s basically Facebook’s status stream brought to your phone’s home screen. As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg put it, […]

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Android users’ personal information made public via Google Play

Have you purchased an app on your Android mobile recently? If so, your personal information—full name, zip code, and email address—may currently be in the hands of the third party developer who created that new app you love so much. Australian app developer Dan Nolan recently posted on his blog that he, without realizing, had […]

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