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Android 5.0 Lollipop Users Report Bugs

Android 5.0 Lollipop Users Report Bugs
The new Android 5.0 Lollipop OS rolled out last month was Google's "biggest update of Android to date." However, early users report that Lollipop's sweet changes also come with less-tasty bugs.
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Hackers Targeting Cars, Driver Data
Back in the day, car thieves used muscle and crowbars to wreak havoc on cars. Now, the worst threat could come from keyboards and clicks, as the future of transportation gets more connected.
DoJ Warns Apple Encryption Can Kill
Not everyone loves smartphone encryption. But can it be fatal? A Justice Department official reportedly warned Apple executives that strong encryption could lead to a kidnapped child's death.
BlackBerry, Samsung Join on Security
Starting next year, enterprise organizations will be able to secure their mobile communications with a new offering from unlikely partners: BlackBerry Limited and Samsung.
AT&T Drops 'Super Cookie' Tracking
The nation's second-largest cellular provider, AT&T Mobility, says the company is no longer attaching hidden Internet tracking codes to data transmitted from its users' smartphones.
Android's Lollipop Upgrade Is Sweet
Worthy upgrade should stay unfettered.
Review: Just Mobile Pay for a Week
Nascent technology needs a little work.
New iOS Threat: App Body-Doubles
'Masque Attack' allows data theft.
Few Message Apps Are Truly Secure
6 out of 39 hit all the marks in rating.
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