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Will provide protection for all devices sporting Snapdragon processors.
200 times more likely to cause malware threats than other social media.
Customers forced to enter the store if they want an upgrade.
Stands to fall behind other markets if operators don't address the problem.
And 46 per cent admit to not protecting the content.
Offers university-goers scholarship opportunities and one year's free subscription to security app.
Some developers claim they're too busy to consider it as an option.
44 per cent of Brits cite security fears as the largest inhibitor.
Will offer company's flagship products to users in 18 LatAm countries.
Keep your virus-riddled broadband, I've got 2G.
And the largest batch arrived ahead of Christmas.
Well, that's what an alleged hack would have you believe.
But just ten per cent report it to their operator.
Even though 34 per cent think the Bring Your Own Device trend puts companies at risk.
Info discovered in a nine month study.
But 29 per cent of parents are oblivious hackers can target their children's devices.
Infographic shows content includes private contacts, flirty texts, and sexy photos – what's lurking on yours?!
Around 400 customers had their details nabbed in the digital raid.
97 per cent of users don't understand permission risks presented to their devices.