VentureBeat reports that BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY) is possibly working on another Google Android phone after the Priv. Leaked renders have popped up on the internet courtesy of Crackberry, which may point toward the company’s second Android phone, codenamed Vienna. Earlier BlackBerry Priv had released leaked images for the Priv with the code-name “Venice”. The company is working gradually to regain market share that it once owned.
When you invest hundreds of dollars in a new smartphone, you expect it to last for a while. Unfortunately, there are tons of tiny factors that could be slowing down your phone that you might not even be aware of. If you're Android phone is feeling sluggish, try a few of these easy fixes.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) triumphed in 2014, with many new releases being sold almost as soon as they came in stock. The company’s most popular product this year was the iPhone 6, which posted impressive sales. Other big launches were of the iPad mini 3, iPad Air 2, OS X Yosemite, and the iOS 8. On the innovation front, the new iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus introduced large screen sizes with an aesthetically resounding redesign.
With the threat of malware and the need for security on the rise, many wonder whether Apple’s iOS is less vulnerable and safer than Google Inc.’s Android. A cyber security start-up based in Israel; Checkmarx carried out a research which concludes that both operating systems are actually in the same boat. Here is our take on the report.
The Google Play store for Android apps store has been dealing with a few sketchy programs lately, like the recent flashlight app that was caught selling personal user data without permission. But Google has a nifty feature that can help protect your Android phone with a feature called Verify Apps. This tool can prevent you from downloading dangerous apps from Google Play and other sources. It also continuously scans your device for harmful apps.