The vulnerability lies in a component of Android responsible for generating secure random numbers.
The company expects that number to exceed one million by the end of the year.
Infonetics expects the market to surge from $41 million in 2012 to $363 million in 2017.
When is an Android security flaw a good thing? When it makes us safer, says researcher during his Black Hat presentation.
Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology disclose potential new vulnerability in Apple devices.
91 percent of popular iOS apps exhibit at least one risky behavior, compared to 80 percent of popular Android apps.
The malicious apps were designed to send text messages to premium numbers.
Approximately 21 million mobile devices were infected in the same timeframe, according to NQ Mobile.
The app, Heml.is, reached $100,000 in funding less than two days after its launch.
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An Aruba Networks survey also found that many employees worry about their IT departments having access to their personal data.
The flaw could impact almost 900 million devices, according to Bluebox Security.
Ben Lincoln says the company collects user names and passwords for Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Picasa and Photobucket, along with other data.