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Stagefright 2.0: hacking your phone through MP3 audio, MP4 video

Zimperium zLabs has made public another vulnerability in Android, calling it Stagefright 2.0. The vulnerability manifests itself when your Android device tries to process a specially and maliciously coded MP3 audio or MP4 video file. The security company says that there are two vulnerabilities, and that this is just the first one – affecting virtually every Android device because the security gap has been there since 2008 and has not been patched in Android 5.0.

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Verizon’s go90 video streaming app finally goes live on Android

Because video streaming is all the rage now with mobile devices, Verizon wanted to get in on the action. Just last month they announced that they were launching a free service pretty soon, and asked people to sign up if they were interested. Well that day has finally come as they announced the the go90 video app is now available for download and use for your Android smartphones or tablets. It’s open to even non-Verizon subscribers, but some content may be limited to their customers only.

Amazon bans Google Chromecast, Apple TV from their listings

Amazon has just announced that it will stop selling Google Chromecast and Apple TV products from their massive online retail store for the reason that these are not easily compatible with their video streaming service, Amazon Prime Video. Amazon made the announcement following the recent refresh of both Google and Apple’s products, prompting tech pundits to ask if Amazon just became insecure of the improving features of these two media streaming devices.

15 Million T-Mobile subscribers affected by Experian’s Data Breach

Nothing is better than a company CEO being honest about any unfortunate news. That's what T-Mobile chief John Legere just did: he admitted that there was a data breach on Experian. This affects about 15 million T-Mobile subscribers whose information like name, addresses, Social Security numbers are housed in an Experian server.

Ride down the mountain with friendly animals in ‘Ski Safari 2’

If you haven't played Ski Safari, now is the time to download 'Ski Safari 2' and find out why this action mobile game has been downloaded more than 140 million times all over the world. You may not be a real skier and are more content with playing behind a screen but with this game, you can live your professional skier dreams. At least on a touchscreen device, you're fast, smooth, sporty, and simply awesome.

Halfbrick games now ready for download on Amazon Underground

Aside from Free App of the Day Bundles where premium apps and games are offered for free download for a limited period of time, Amazon also has the Underground as a well-packaged Amazon Appstore. With the Amazon Underground, you can enjoy more games for free. This time, more games developed by Halfbrick Studios have been added to the list. This means more games, more fun, and probably more time wasted.

Samsung’s first wireless charging monitor can now be pre-ordered

Almost 3 months ago, we told you about Samsung’s first foray into a monitor that has wireless charging capabilities. The SE370 may not have the sexiest name but when it comes to specs and looks, it was something to aspire to, especially if you have a lot of devices that need to be charged and a lot of wires to sort through. But after the initial announcement, we didn’t hear about it since then. Until now that is, as Samsung announced it is now available for pre-order.
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