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Malware Found Preloaded On New Android Phones

Ars Technica is reporting on malware found preloaded on new Android phones, which sounds pretty scary at first, but the problem is easily avoided so read on.     From Ars Technica: A commercial malware scanner used by businesses has recently detected an outbreak of malware that came preinstalled on more than three dozen Android […]

3/3/17 Freebie Friday – Classic Game Apps

Free App Friday: All Time Classics Welcome to DMM’s 3/3/17 Freebie Friday, this week featuring apps. All of this week’s free apps are based on classic games, and all are rated 4/5 stars or better. Remember that free apps may include in-app purchase (IAP) options or be ad-supported, but given that these apps have been […]

2/17/17 Freebie Friday

2/17/17 Freebie Friday: Apps Here are ten currently bestselling free apps from AI Factory Limited and KARMAN Games, all rated 4/5 stars or better. Remember that free apps may include in-app purchase (IAP) options or be ad-supported, but given that these apps have been given very high ratings by MANY consumers, where IAP links or […]

DMM’s 2/10/17 Freebie Friday: Word Puzzle Apps

Welcome to DMM’s 2/10/17 Freebie Friday! I’m going with some very highly rated yet totally free word puzzle apps today. I can personally endorse all three of these apps, as I’ve played (and greatly enjoyed!) all of them myself.     Links in this post are for the Android versions, but both of the first […]

Ransomware Disguised As An Android Battery Monitor App

I’ve been warning my readers away from Google Play for years, and at the end of January ZDNet reported on yet another reason to follow that advice: ransomware disguised as an Android battery monitor app was recently found on (and removed from) the Google Play app store.     From ZDNet: Dubbed ‘Charger’ by cybersecurity […]