Selasa, 06 Desember 2011

Samsung Mobile Apps

Samsung Denies Reports of Galaxy Apps Collecting Private Data
All applications provided by Samsung have no ability to collect private
data," the company said in a statement. The denial came after an academic
study claimed that pre-loaded mobile applications in the Galaxy S, the
Galaxy S2 and the Galaxy Note ...
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How to build your own app for free
CNET (blog)
Conduit has a team set up that will take you through the submission process
and it will even pay your fee to get the app up in the various mobile app
stores. As with everything in life, there are some catches, and Conduit's
offer is a limited-time ...
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Apps in Samsung smartphones found to collect user data
Software similar to Carrier IQ of the US, which secretively gathers
personal information in mobile phones including call records, text messages
and location data, has been discovered in Samsung Galaxy smartphones as
well. Three applications and Program ...
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Samsung Galaxy Note Gets Rooted by ClockworkMod Recovery ...
Club for Samsung mobile users. Apps ... The Galaxy Note was recently rooted
by the ClockworkMod recovery, an application that allows users to install
their own ...

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