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Google has admitted that there is a security issue that can leave phones and tablets running older versions of Android open to hacking. And the company says it’s not planning to do anything about it.

Unlike Apple, which makes a big deal of releasing one new version of its iOS operating system each year and gets most of its users to upgrade quickly, Google may quietly put out a couple new versions of Android with new features in a year — and many of its users don’t bother to move up. It’s estimated that 60 percent of Android users have an outdated operating system.