Google's chief of security for Android, Google Play and the Chrome operating system - boldly proclaimed during a recent interview with CNET that "Android is now as safe as the competition", including iOS.
Kiwi Sam Waardenburg's Miami ousted by buzzer-beater in NCAA
After the second free throw was missed however, Walker dribbled the ball out of bounds to give Loyola possession. Ingram finished the game with 13 points after being named the MVP of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Google has now updated one more of it's app on Android platform. Android Wear certainly sounds like something that only works with Android, and it could be especially so for an iOS user that's used to Apple products only working with iOS devices, such as the Apple Watch. Well, when it comes to Android Wear, I suppose you could say "a turd by any other name would smell as awful". Things are looking up for the smartwatch industry, even if it doesn't seem to flying off shelves.
Malcolm Butler agrees to 5-Year, $61M deal with Titans
There were rumors that Butler was benched for team violations, sickness and other matters, but no one seems to truly know. The massive deal is a five-year contract that is worth more than $61 million, and will include $30 million guaranteed.
While we're seeing one of the biggest branding changes in the history of Google's platforms today, there isn't much else to talk about. It's focusing on paying freelance bug hunters more money, requiring phone makers to agree to more regular update schedules and employing Google Play Protect (launched in May) to scan devices for apps it knows are bad and mitigate the risk. "We're now Wear OS by Google, a wearables operating system for everyone", the company said in a blog post.
The version number is 126.96.36.199560295.gms, but it doesn't appear to be a server-side rollout as I just sideloaded the new APK from APKMirror and received the rebrand immediately. Activations of smartwatches running the OS increased 60-percent year on year between the 2016 holiday season and the 2017 holiday season.
Dog bound for Kansas ends up in Japan
A United Airlines spokesman said: "An error occurred during connections in Denver for two pets sent to the wrong destinations. The airline offered to reimburse the family for their tickets and the pet fee along with offering to pay for a necropsy.