Source: Washington Post
quote: Ya, its kind of a trend here... Other than the the occational "idiot" decribed above, for the most part, our elderly users have iPhones and the younger ones have Androids.LOL "This is NOT your fathers smartphone".
quote: AOKP 4.2.1 on my GNEX, and love it.
quote: I menat to add... I have been running CM10.1 (Android 4.2.1) on my GS3 for several weeks now. Its absolutely brilliant.
quote: Here's a thought.... Think
quote: do you realize how many millions of windows machines are still running variants of windows 3.1?
quote: Google often moves quickly to patch security problems, but carriers and smartphone makers that use a customized operating system may drag their feet or simply not offer the fix at all.
quote: iOS has the biggest active mobile userbase in terms of internet and app downloads, it is a massive target. Blocking malware through a central channel is how there is less of it.
quote: most insecure mobile OS embraces the world's most insecure desktop OS
quote: It's neutered all to hell with regards to major iOS 6 features (compared to the 4S and 5), but it at least is compatible with iOS 6 applications and has the latest security updates.
quote: Exactly... Its funny when even Wozniak agrees IOS is lagging.
quote: Somewhere along the line I read that Android phones have over a 30% infection rate. I wish I could find the source on that, though.
quote: "in North America, less than 0.3 percent of users have had a malicious program installed on their phones, according to a recent report by network security firm Kindsight."
quote: Let's see if you hold the same opinion when the billion phone cheapo Android Chinese botnet is inevitably activated at some point in the future because it was "somebody elses problem".
quote: By this point Google will be firmly in bed with the Chinese