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Samsung Cancels Knox, Google Takes Over Android Security

After months of struggling to develop Knox, a security suite for Android, Samsung is finally giving up on the mobil...

Samsung Cancels Knox, Google Takes Over Android Security

After months of struggling to develop Knox, a security suite for Android, Samsung is finally giving up on the mobile security solution. Google, in the same news, is said to be taking over the Android security problem.

 

Forbes reports that Samsung's move isn’t completely unexpected, since the company has had a 24% fall in operating profit and a 10% decrease in sales in the second quarter of this year. What's was unexpected is the fact that Knox was approved by the US Department of Defense just weeks ago.

 

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Google reportedly built its own container-based security solution, which looks like Knox but lacks some of its key features. With the latest developments at Samsung, however, Google may have hit the jackpot-- Samsung's Knox already contains crucial features like VPN support.

 

Google's Head of Android, Sundar Pichai said good things about Samsung and Knox at the Developer Conference I/O, but who could have known something was in the works? Whether Google will build an entirely new OS or simply update a few features remains to be seen.  

 

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