Every Cortex-A based processor has a piece of tech called TrustZone. It provides a secure environment that could be the key to getting rid of passwords, once and for all.
Scientists in London are claiming that mobile phone and demographic data can predict future crime hot spots with 70% accuracy.
Google has stepped forward to announce that they will enable device encryption by default in Android L. Taking user security a step beyond remote locate, lock and wipe as can be found now through the Android Device Manager.
A Same Origin Policy vulnerability has been found in the stock Android Browser, allowing malicious scripts to track your data and read your emails.
California has just signed a bill into law requiring that future smartphones sold in the state come with a kill switch installed as default.
When you lock your phone from Android Device Manager, you can now add a phone number so whoever has your precious device can easily contact you right from the phone.
Google has added TLS/SSL support to their chrome.sockets API, this means fully secured HTTPS connections from your Android device to the Chrome extensions on your desktop.
Mobile devices are increasingly becoming personal and ubiquitous — which means you’re probably carrying more personal information on your smartphone than your wallet. This comes... with a host of security issues, of course. If you lose your smartphone or tablet, then whoever picks it up might be able to glean a lot of information about you, to the extent that your device can be...
On Friday, China’s state run China Central Television (CCTV) deemed Apple’s iPhone a national security threat. The threat is due to Apple’s “Frequent Location” feature that is... a part of Location Services on the iPhone. According to the Wall Street Journal, the fear is based around the information contained within this feature that would, in essence, enable anyone who had th...
In a blatantly self-serving new ‘study’, Avast has found it is very easy to retrieve personal data from a phone that is merely ‘wiped’ before selling. Is this enough to protect your phone?