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Cyanogen’s closure shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who’s followed the company’s recent news, which reportedly included workforce reductions and a move toward apps. But while Cyanogen the company might have lost a lot of momentum, CyanogenMod the OS still represented Android in its finest form—a true crowd-sourced collaboration that refused to fly under Alphabet’s […]

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The District Attorney for New York County released a report Thursday saying it has now seized more than 400 tablets and smartphones it could not investigate due to encryption and other security measures. The updated “Report on Smartphone Encryption and Device Safety” says the Manhattan District Attorney’s office has seized 423 devices since 2014 that […]

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The users of millions of faulty Samsung Galaxy Note7s, already turned in, face a bigger potential dilemma than whether the devices might blow up: The fate of their personal data on the devices. Many of the users of some 3 million Note7 devices sold were told by Samsung and government officials to immediately stop using […]

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