Android Overload: Android Malware Quadruples In July, NT Docomo To Spend $11 Billion On 4G LTE Rollout and More

Quite a busy day today in the world of Android (just the way I like it). For all those stories that pass by our desk, we don’t always get to feature them on the front page. Rather than throw them in the dumpster of the internets, we bring them to you here — in the Android Overload. This can always be your place to turn to when you need a midnight snack or just want to make sure no Android news gets left behind. So have it and if you find something of interest, don’t be shy and leave your thoughts in the comments. Cheers!

  • Deal Alert: Woot has a refurbished Velocity Micro Cruz tablet for $70. [Woot]
  • New battery technology could make your phone last days, not hours. [Pocketnow]
  • Dolphin Browser celebrates 10 million downloads. Wants to send you to Disney World. [DolphinBlog]
  • Android malware on the rise. Quadruples from July to November. [CRN]
  • Galaxy on Fire 2′s Valkyrie expansion pack arrives exclusively for Xperia Play for $5. [Trailer]
  • Another Galaxy S2 version – the I9100G – goes on sale in Asia [GSMarena]
  • Sprint becomes first US carrier to offer wireless emergency alerts on its network. [Sprint]
  • NTT Docomo to spend $11 billion on 4G LTE rollout through 2015. [Reuters]
  • Huawei Vision wins iF Design Award… but is it winning when 1,218 entries out of 4,322 are winners? Sounds more like making the cut to me [Intomobile]
  • Australian retailers attempting to circumvent the Apple-driven ban of Galaxy Tab sales in the country has been suffocated by Apple themselves going on the aggressive [The Australian]

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