According to Android Authority, in early 2018, Snapchat staff realized that the Android app was always trying to run code in the background, leading it to act laggy. Once downloaded the app could infect unsuspecting victims. Snap too knew about this and has been claiming to work on rewriting the app for about a year now, to at least bring the Android app at par with the iOS version. The app was then able to extract contacts, audio recordings, photos, locations and more from devices. The cute little GIF heralds a new dawn for Android users, who should have automatically received the update yesterday. In rebuilding its Android app, Snapchat had to take into consideration the many different cameras and chipsets used on various Android handsets. The nonprofit Security Without Borders published details of the Android version in conjunction with Motherboard at the end of March.
If you are part of the Snap community, you would know that it is nearly a fact that Snapchat was meant for iOS users, and the Android app always felt neglected.
Alliance of far-right parties will end European Union nightmare, says Salvini
The face of the leader of Italy's far-right League party is beamed onto big screens at right-wing rallies from Prague to Sofia. Salvini, whose party co-rules Italy, wants to embrace other leaders whose parties are in rival groups such as Kaczynski.
Real Madrid table bid for Chelsea star Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard may be more inclined to stay at Chelsea and ignore any potential interest from Real Madrid if the Blues win the Europa League, according to Eidur Gudjohnsen.
EU demands more rights for European companies in China
The statement also says the two sides aim to conclude negotiations on a deal to liberalize and expand investment in 2020. The EU is China's top trading partner and China is the second-biggest market for EU exports after the United States.
Raising questions on Apple's pride over its security measures and App Store policies, a bunch illicit apps that use enterprise certificates offer pirated content, porn, gambling and all kinds of materials. In February, an investigation by Reuters found that software pirates were distributing hacked versions of popular apps through the certificates. Its an emotional video for sure and one that beautifully highlights how the App Store changed the life of this developer.
APPLE'S ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATE has been abused once again with data-sucking spyware having sneaked onto iOS devices via a business-centric loophole.