Some apps do good things and others seem to make an effort not do good things. In this roundup, we’ll look at the most controversial Android apps of 2014.
Today’s indie app of the day is Krypton Anonymous Browser. This browser focuses on privacy and has features like tracker blocking and Tor built in!
McAfee labs has released its 2015 Threat Predictions analysis. In it the company singles out IoT as one area which will see a rapid increase in attacks.
Blackphone has announced it will be releasing a new version of PrivatOS, plus it will be opening the doors to the world’s first privacy-focused app store.
Ghostery has released their privacy-centric Ghostery Browser to the Google Play Store and Amazon App Store today. Check out our quick look video!
Ever wonder what steps you need to take before you sell your Android device? There are some important things you need to do, so let us help you!
Carrier IQ has since admitted that the software logs contents of messages.
Google’s Eric Schmidt has hit back at Tim Cook, following a comment last month that he took personal offense at the data collection practices of some rival companies.
Luth Research will offer to track your smartphone, tablet, or PC habits in exchange for up to a $100 a month, to then sell your data to the highest bidder. Tempted?
Verizon admits to scanning accounts for child pornography.