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Google introduced new security measures to prevent users from downloading viruses through the Android Market. A new service will automatically scan the market and continuously remove apps that try to compromise your phone. Unless you’re downloading apps from third-party sites, don’t worry about your phone getting a virus. Read the full article at CNet.com

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