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Android News – 02 October 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. 1,000,000: This is number of malicious applications for Android
Since Android is an open source OS, it provides an appropriate platform for developing high-risk and malware applications, and the latest reports indicate that number of malicious applications for Android reached 1,000,000 and counting. FAKEINST and OPFAKE happen to be the most malwares used by developers which account for 64% of examples in total.
2. $13,000,000,000: This is the money Samsung Spends on Marketing for 2013
Reports show that Samsung is going to spend $13 billion USD on marketing to continue its dominant and leadership. $13 billion is three time the market value of HTC and Microsoft acquired Nokia for $7.2 billion.
3. £444: This is the price for LG G2 SIM-free in UK
LG G2 is being shipped all over the world and LG is looking forward to sell 10 million units of G2. If you live in UK you can get the SIM-free version of this flagship with a QuickWindows cover for £444. There is also the locked version with contract which offer the phone on a 2 year contract with different rates which starts at £49.
4. Another Fake benchmark by Samsung?
After all the fuss about Samsung cheating on Galaxy S4 GPU benchmark, it seems Samsung was caught again for showing incorrect results for Galaxy Note 3. Experts believe that CPU power boosts when a benchmark application is running and therefore the results are artificial and show 20% more than the actual numbers and performance
This is the latest Philip Shciller tweet: shenanigans