Posted August 13, 2018 09:24:37 A new version has arrived for the Android operating system, but only after a decade of waiting.
That was the view of a group of security experts, who said the Android security update was still in development and would not be ready in time for the 2020 Olympics.
Android, which is available on a range of devices from smartphones to laptops, was born as a reaction to the rise of mobile-first smartphones, and the security improvements that come with them.
The operating system’s security model was developed after the 2009 Sony PlayStation 4, which was a huge hit.
Sony then pushed Android forward with the Android One operating system for smartphones and tablets.
In recent years, Android has become a more mainstream platform for smartphones.
Its popularity has seen the rise in the popularity of Apple products like the iPhone and iPad, and it is now available for both Android phones and tablets running Android OS.
The Android security updates, which Google has already pushed out, are designed to address several security vulnerabilities, including one that was found in an Android app.
Google is now working on a new Android update, which could take three to five years to roll out, and this means that Android users will have to wait longer than usual for the update.
In an interview with the BBC, a Google security researcher told the BBC that Google would release a new update for Android on Tuesday.
The update would address a few bugs, but the main issue would be that the security framework used in the Android kernel has been modified to allow for an untrusted remote code execution vulnerability that can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code on Android devices.
Google’s security researchers, who were asked to comment for the BBC on the topic, were sceptical of Google’s claim that the new update will be ready by the 2020 Olympic Games.
“The Android team has a lot of experience with security updates.
The last time they were ready was for the Olympics in 2020.
They have a lot more experience,” they said.
The researcher said that he believed the security update to be the final piece of the puzzle to get Android to be ready for the Games.
Android has a history of security vulnerabilities.
In the fall of 2015, Android users were put at risk of a serious hack that compromised their accounts.
Google has not been able to confirm that the attack was caused by an Android vulnerability.