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Android Phones Might Be More Secure Than iPhones Now

What the market for zero-day exploits tells us about our phones

Google and Apple advertisements face off before CES in Las Vegas, NV on January 6, 2019. Photo: picture alliance/Getty Images

In all the heated debates between iOS and Android fanboys, privacy is not a war that Android often wins. Apple’s walled garden approach to apps has its problems, but Google Play has historically been flooded with unsafe apps. The open source nature of Android has given…

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