Posts tagged "smartphone security"



uTorrent Mines Litecoin, Border Agents Demand Passwords [Tech News Digest]

9th March, 2015

3 Ways Technology Can Be Used To Limit Your Privacy & Freedoms

5th March, 2015

What Can Government Security Agencies Tell From Your Phone’s Metadata?

2nd February, 2015

Got A New Windows Phone? Get Up To Speed With These Tutorials

22nd January, 2015

Forget WhatsApp: 6 Secure Communication Apps You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

20th January, 2015

Google Glass Goes On Hiatus, Legally Share Movies Via Wavelength [Tech News Digest]

16th January, 2015

The Best Tweaks You Can Make To Your Android Without Rooting

15th January, 2015

3 Smartphone Security Flaws That You Should Be Aware Of

8th January, 2015

10 Social Mobile Apps That Breach Your Teenager’s Privacy

9th December, 2014

iPhone Malware Spreads, Spotify Beats iTunes, Free Nest Thermostats [Tech News Digest]

6th November, 2014

Smartphone Privacy Settings You Need To Activate Today

22nd October, 2014

Which Android App Is Displaying Popup Adverts?

13th October, 2014

How Apple Is Monetizing Privacy With iOS 8

2nd October, 2014

FBI Ransomware Hits Android: How To Avoid Getting It, And Remove It

2nd October, 2014

This Android Browser Bug Will Make You Upgrade To KitKat

25th September, 2014

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Android Gets A Security Update To Better Sniff Out Malicious Apps

April 13, 2014

Rolling out to all phones and tablets running Android 2.3+ is an update to the Verify Apps feature that will now continuously check apps for malicious activity, keeping your Android device even safer.


Windows Phone 8.1 Reviews, Android Heartbleed, US Airways Tweets [Tech News Digest]

April 15, 2014

Windows Phone 8.1 reviews, Gmail scanning practices, Android Heartbleed, American Airlines’ tweeting troubles, mini notebook chargers, overheating VAIOs, and a vending machine that tweets.


Handing Over Your Phone to Show a Photo? How To Avoid Snooping Fingers

April 9, 2014

You hand over your phone to show someone a photo. Next thing you know, they go through all the photos in your gallery, including those embarrassing ones. Don’t let it happen.


This Android Malware Placebo Earned $40,000

Malware protection for $4, with no battery impact and no subscription fee – offered in app taking up less than one megabyte of space on your phone. It sounds too good to be true. It is.

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