Mobile computing is a generic term referring to a variety of devices that enable people to access data from everywhere at any time with or without the Internet. It allows people to exchange data, voice, and video over the Internet using a mobile device.
With the continuous growth of smartphone application usage, the threat of malware has increased in terms of abusing the premium service, private information theft, device fingerprinting, and rooting the smartphone to launch the attacks.
With the increased utilization of financial service-based mobile applications on smartphones, security and privacy become significant constraints. Hence, smartphone users demand potential defense mechanisms for privacy and security concerns while accessing third-party applications.
Moreover, the tremendous increase of the mobile applications in the application market, such as Google Play and the Apple App store, significantly increase the application discovery for mobile users.
It is essential to build systems for facilitating the discovery of mobile applications from the immense amount of choices.
5G wireless technology has significantly improved the performance and efficiency by delivering high-speed data, very ultra-low latency, high reliability, increased availability, massive network capacity, and user experience.
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer applications, Information Technology and Computer Networks
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Networks and Information Technology