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Google falters on promise to encrypt Android Lollipop devices by default

When Android Lollipop was announced last year, Google said it would require full-disk encryption by default. However, new devices shipping with Android 5.0 don't include it as a standard feature, Ars Technica discovered.

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Anti-virus apps are coming to smartwatches

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Stratos’ Bluetooth connected payment card works everywhere, available this April

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Mozilla Launches 64-bit Firefox Developer Edition For Windows

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Lyft Announces a Frequent-Driver Rewards Program

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What Types of Companies are Using SMS?

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Watch This Incredible TIE Fighter Drone Fly Around

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Puzzle Game Inspires a New concept for Animal Portraits

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Netflix Launches In Australia and New Zealand on March 24