Google's Chris DiBona says many of the reports about an increase in malware targeting mobile devices stem from companies looking to sell security programs. The fallout from mobile viruses has been negligible, thanks to built-in barriers that make it hard for malware to spread between phones, compared with desktop viruses that target Windows systems, DiBona says.
Malware threat for mobile devices is overblown, Google exec says
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