Christian Cawley is MakeUseOf's security editor, Android tinkerer, Windows Phone mentalist, and Doctor Who fan. Follow him as @thegadgetmonkey on Twitter.
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Recent news reports online and off suggest Dropbox has been breached, with millions of passwords in the hands of hackers. Find out what you should do next.
You can try Windows 10 Technical Preview for free and help Microsoft polish its new flagship operating system. Before you install it, make sure you choose the best method for your needs.
The Red Ring of Death fault on Xbox 360 devices hasn’t gone away, so what’s the solution? There are two: buy a new Xbox 360, or rely on the X-clamp fix. Does it work?
Third party app installers are plentiful, but MoboMarket should be high on your list of alternatives.
Do you have ads popping up on your Android device? Figure out how to get rid of them for good.
Completing NaNoWriMo is tough, and requires strict self-discipline. It also helps if you have some really good tools at your disposal to make life easier on you and the characters you create…
How much are you paying for calls and mobile Internet? Is your iPhone really worth that type of outlay? Do you use your Android tablet enough to justify paying over $50 a month?
Android devices are perfect for consuming news articles, but how do you choose an app for that? Let’s run through the best options!
Picking up a Raspberry Pi for the first time, you’ll notice one glaring fact: it has no case. This isn’t an omission – you can add a case that’s just right for your project.
Are there some Android apps on your device that you really want to delete, but can’t? Check out these options for getting rid of them.
Learn how to keep your Android device safe from FBI Ransomware with these tips.
Your Raspberry Pi is versatile and at times amazing, but are you harnessing the full power of that little box? Power-up your Pi with these 5 expansions!
Using your phone while driving is dangerous! Stay safe with these hands-free techniques for Android.
Offering anti-virus, privacy protection, safe banking, firewall and parental control for just $79.95, Bitdefender Internet Security 2015 would seem to be the optimum choice for anyone looking to give their home computer security a boost.
Windows Phone isn’t popular, but it has much more to offer than its reputation implies. At the very least it will push its contenders to improve their platform and make better handsets.