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Mobile phones get stolen all too often, and according a Consumer Reports survey last year some 3.1 million Americans had their mobile device taken. That number is double from just 2012.
In America one in 10 smartphone owners are the victims of phone theft. Of those, 68 percent were unable to recover their device. That's the findings of a report released by Lookout, a UK-based mobile security firm.
Mobile Security firm Lookout is apparently living up to its name and is on the lookout for apps that feature questionable advertising tactics. On Wednesday the firm began naming and even shaming the ad networks involved.
Consumers who worry that their carriers collect data from every action on the phone have a new cause for concern.
Google recently removed 22 applications from its Android Market on the suspicion that they were malware. The questionable applications were found by Lookout, a security firm, and targeted users in Europe by exploiting premium SMS fraud services that cost users money.
Security firm Lookout is reporting that a new malicious trojan virus known as "Geinimi" has just been discovered on popular Android gaming apps.
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