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Judy malware infects millions of Android phones: What is it and does it affect you?
India Today There is a new threat in the town. A malware called Judy is apparently infecting Android phones. Millions of phones are falling to it, says Check Point, a company that tracks and analyses viruses and the malware that infect smartphones. It's quite ... ---

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
  Samsung has been polishing out the rough edges from its products for a while now. The company has streamlines its phone lineups, with the Galaxy S, A, C, J, Z and On series devices. Of course, the pop...

Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better
Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better. Read full details

Shortened URLs Can Let Hackers Spy on You: Study
While URL shortening tools may be useful, the short length makes it simple for hackers to brute force (trial and error) them.

Lenovo will continue to push towards premium segment to stop bleeding in smartphone business
A recently announced reorganization of Lenovo's China business aimed at sharpening the PC brand's consumer focus comes amid efforts to tighten its mobiles. The post Lenovo will continue to push towards premium segment to stop bleeding in smartphone business appeared first on Tech2.

Twitter testing new design for Android app
Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new design for an Android app version to make it more user-friendly and easy to navigate

This is how a 200kg 'great white shark' ended up in elderly fisherman's boat
Terry Selwood, 73, survived with only an injured arm after he was sent flying by the thrashing beast.

Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market
HONG KONG (Reuters) - After a bruising fall from its spot as the world's third-largest mobile phone maker following its acquisition of Motorola three years ago, China's Lenovo Group Ltd is counting on a push upmarket to stop the bleeding in its smartphone business.

India semi fab project in jeopardy
Jaiprakash Associates, the lead partner of the Indian government's plan to build two wafer fabs in the subcontinent has announced its withdrawal from the project, stating it's not commercially viable to set up the plant at present.