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HTC Scrambles to Fix Android Smartphone Flaws

October 6, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Following the revelation of a startling security hole in some of their Android devices, smartphone maker HTC says it’s working on creating a fix. The security patch will first be sent to carrier partners for testing and then sent over the air to customers to download and install. “This is another reminder that our mobile phones are computers too,” said Lookout Mobile Security’s Tim Wyatt.

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