A new report shows which Android antivirus apps measure up, the Red Cross starts tracking tweets, and Google Play doesn't play nice with Motorolas.
- Don't Get Faked by Android Antivirus Apps: A recent report from AV-Test found that nearly two thirds of the 41 apps tested were not reliable, detecting less than 65% of the malware used in the test. [CNET]
- Red Cross Launches Social Media Disaster Response Center: With help from Dell, the Red Cross is establishing a Digital Operations Center modeled after Dell's social media customer service program. Volunteers will monitor and, in some cases, respond to disaster-related posts in a variety of social media. [Mashable]
- Own a Motorola Device? Google Play Store Update Probably Just Broke Your Market Links: On at least some devices using Motorola's Blur interface, the update to the new Play Store leaves app drawer Market shortcuts in place, but non-functional. Users will find a Play Store shortcut a little deeper in the app drawer. [Droid Life]
- The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA): Congressman Darrel Issa (R-CA) is asking for public comments and suggested revisions to the controversial trade agreement, posted in full on his site. [Keep the Web Open]
- HBO Deals Keep Fox, Universal Out of New iCloud Movie Service: At least for now, iTunes movie purchases from Fox and Universal will not be available for re-download to Apple TV devices, due to conflicts in the studios' agreements with HBO. [All Things D]
- Hackers Vie for More Than $1 Million to Take Down Browsers: The sixth annual Pwn2Own hacking competition, targeting the four leading desktop web browsers, is joined this year by Google's Chrome-specific Pwnium contest at the CanSecWest security conference this week. [Wired]