Google ratchets up Android security with constant on-device monitoring, alerting users to harm even after installation.
The 94.4 per cent of Android users not running the latest version of the software don't care, apparently.
BlipIt's been slow to find its way onto handsets, but Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is finally about to become top dog at Google.
BlipAndroid updates are moving in the right direction as Jelly Bean witnesses a growth in usage - we'd like it to be a bit quicker though.
BlipAndroid devices finally get sick of the Gingerbread binge, with Jelly Bean the new flavour of the month.
UpdatedThe $159 (£129) Amazon Kindle Fire was a game-changer and spawned a popular line of tablets that disrupted the hardware industry.
Android runtime, which gives devs a shortcut to port Android apps onto BlackBerry, is currently stuck on Gingerbread.
Based on Google's numbers, it appears Jelly Bean is growing faster than Ice Cream Sandwich after the older Android's launch.