Mobile Mobile Security released their latest Threat Report today, pulling together data from 700,000 applications across 10 million devices from around the world. Their findings indicate that malware attacks and
Lookout Mobile Security has announced a new platform today designed to help automate the process in which mobile threats are detected. It’s called the Mobile Threat Network and it is
If there’s one thing you can say about the guys behind the DroidDream Lite malware attacks it’s that they are persistent. Lookout Mobile Security has identified a third round of
Featuring another guest host from the Android Community, you’ll get to know Tim Fletcher (@Funkmon) along with the normal crew of Android geeks. Aaron (@adroidian), Stacie (@staciedaisy) and Benji (@thedudesandroid)
Lookout Mobile Security has added yet another fantastic feature to their Android application today with the integration of Safe Browsing. As the name implies, it brings the company’s excellent security
Exciting news just came to our inbox here at Android Guys. One of our favorite companies that we have interviewed, Lookout, is going to be featured in a documentary tonight on CNBC. The show is called “Code Wars, America’s Cyber Threat”, it is a feature about cyber security.
Google I/O 2011 is but a few short weeks away, where we’ll get our annual glimpse into the future of Android and other Google development. As many of you readers
After a week break, the AGTN team is back together to bring you some awesome interviews and Android related news and laughs tonight! Here is what is in store: Lookout
We’ve heard plenty of stories about how scary it is to lose our phones and what could happen should we not take precautions. For every success story of someone tracking
Lookout Mobile Security has issued another report from their App Genome Project and it confirms what we’ve been hearing for a while now: the Android Market is maturing. For those of you who aren’t familiar, the App Genome Project is the world’s largest application dataset that basically shows mobile applications across platforms, and in our case, Android v. iOS.
Lookout’s blog has announced that there has been a new Trojan found that affects Android handsets. It seems that it started out by being placed inside what looked like legitimate
Lookout just dropped a premium version of their super-popular security software for Android in the Market and it’s definitely worth a look. Called Lookout Premium (duh), it adds more peace of mind with the integration of remote wiping, remote locking, and enhanced backup and restore.
The phones we purchase are nice devices, we spend the money to get the best. Some people spend as much on their phone as they do their PC or maybe
The team behind mobile security firm Lookout have been looking at hundreds of thousands of Android and iPhone apps as part of their new App Genome project. This new initiative