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Android’s Malware Scanner is a Relatively Useless Placebo

Google recently revealed that its latest 4.2 version of Android would offer built-in app scanning features, which we hoped would bring an end to the endless malware shock horror stories Android tends to suffer from. But one researcher claims it's virtually useless. Read More >>

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Why Wait For Jelly Bean, Grab Android 4.2’s Fancy New Keyboard Now

A slightly unfinished but perfectly usable version of Google's new gesture-based Android 4.2 keyboard has been made available online, which should work for just about anyone using a phone or tablet running Google's Android 4.0 code or higher. Read More >>

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Finally! Separate User Profiles Spotted in Android 4.2 Development Code

A barebones and half-working version of Android 4.2, packed with placeholder graphics to make it look even rougher, has been leaked, with one of the key discoveries so far being the inclusion of support for multiple user profiles. Read More >>

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Redesigned LG Nexus Model Running Android 4.2 Fiddled With by a Man

LG is indeed working on the next Google Nexus phone, with hands-on reports from slightly dubious anonymous sources claiming it'll arrive running Android 4.2. Read More >>