This week we discuss security issues with 3rd party Android developers, and how Google invests in security for Android itself. Also, we take a look at the year in review for HTC and what may or may not be around the corner in 2016. Remember to subscribe to our RSS feeds or download in iTunes!

LG just fixes bug that made 10 million G3 phones open to attack
MediaTek-related bug leaves KitKat devices vulnerable
Google’s Vulnerability Reward Program
Give ‘thumbs up’ to individual app reviews in Google Play
Google Cardboard
HTC: Outlook for 2016
Sony’s Marshmallow Concept shows how Android should be in 2016
Moto X Play Marshmallow update
Samsung still in the sales lead
T-Mobile adds Amazon video to Binge On
FCC proposal attempts to open up cable market

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Troy Kng
Troy is an advanced Android user, podcaster, web developer, and musician. As the founder of King Web Design, when Troy isn't talking about Android, he is usually digging into a Wordpress or Joomla website. In his free time, Troy is also a jazz composer and saxophonist, and is currently learning the guitar.