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AMNews: Fake Netflix Android App, Winklevoss Twins, Samsung Google Nexus Prime and More

A fake Netflix app for Android has been doing rounds on the marketplace, which is capable of stealing user information. According to security software maker Symantec, the fake app, which looks like the legitimate Netflix app has been discovered on an online forum.

Lenovo announced today that they have replaced Dell to become the world’s second largest personal computer company. Listed on both Hong Kong and New York stock exchanges, Lenovo is a computer and electronic device maker.

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, more famously known as the Winklevoss Twins, have been ordered by a New York appellate court to pay $13 million in fees to a law firm which represented them. The twins have failed to pay their law firm, which was hired by them for the initial $65 million settlement they had with Facebook.

In-car satellite navigation firm TomTom has been forced to withdraw a BBC Top Gear branded navigation device after BBC Worldwide decided to scrap the deal. According to an article on The Telegraph, Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson had lent his voice to the TomTom GO Live Top Gear branded navigation device.

Google and Samsung may unveil the new Nexus Prime smartphone at an upcoming conference in Hong Kong. According to an article on Engadget, the two companies are planning to introduce the device at the All Things Digital Asian conference in Hong Kong on Monday.