One vulnerability named Stagefright, could allow attackers to gain access to Android devices, while the other can make an Android device appear dead.
China's Defence Ministry said on Thursday that "many" countries were sending troops to participate in or watch a military parade in central Beijing in September to commemorate the end of World War Two, but would only name Russia amongst those nations.
Sony Corp reported its highest first-quarter profit since 2007 on Thursday due to strong sales of camera sensors and PlayStation 4 videogames, beating analyst estimates and helping to reassure investors a recent stock offering would pay off.
South Korean billionaire Chung Mong-joon also described himself as a candidate untainted by scandal and with a global, non-Eurocentric vision to take football's governing body into a new era.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's divided leftist Syriza party met on Thursday to thrash out its differences amid a mounting rebellion by far-left lawmakers who accuse the party of betraying its anti-austerity roots.
The panel includes seniors, youth, cyclists, motorists and users of personal mobility devices, and they will work with the Land Transport Authority propose a set of rules and norms.
Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants killed three Turkish soldiers in an attack on an army battalion in Turkey's southeastern province of Sirnak on Thursday, the military said in a statement.
Shares in telecom network gear makers Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent jumped on Thursday after both posted strong second-quarter results, giving a positive signal ahead of their pending merger.
Axel Springer's failure to clinch a deal to buy the Financial Times lengthens a line of setbacks in a decade-old quest by Germany's biggest news publisher to expand abroad.
Ai posted a letter on Instagram apparently from the visa section of the British Embassy in Beijing saying it was "a matter of public record that you have previously received a criminal conviction in China, and you have not declared this."