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Sony consolidating its flagships is probably for the best

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago11 comments

Andy Rubin’s Essential teases a big announcement for May 30

by Jimmy Westenberg 17 hours ago15 comments

Boom to bust: The sad history of LeEco in the United States

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago16 comments

5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver

by Lanh Nguyen 3 days ago37 comments
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How to encrypt your Android device

Your Android device is a pocket-size container of important information that you don't want to fall into the wrong hands. It is crucial to keep your Android data safe. In this post, ...
by Robert TriggsJanuary 17, 201755

15 best antivirus Android apps and anti-malware Android apps

Protecting your phone is always a top priority and in this list, we'll show you the 15 best antivirus apps for Android to help keep the malware away.
by Joe HindyJanuary 7, 2017240

January security patch provides fixes for 50 vulnerabilities

The January security update is now available for supported Google devices, with fixes for 50 bugs including a critical remote code execution vulnerability.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 3, 20179

(Update: ZTE USA responds) Lenovo, ZTE, and others also spotted running Adups OTA spyware

Additional Android manufacturers are being dragged into the Adups data collection scandal, as Lenovo, Gionee, and ZTE have also been linked to the software.
by Robert TriggsDecember 20, 201616
 
 

These were the biggest password hacks of 2016

Dashlane has revealed its annual list of the highest profile hacks of the year, along with the various approaches scammers used to achieve them.
by Kris CarlonDecember 13, 20163

Snooper’s Charter: What you need to know about the UK’s new surveillance laws

The Investigatory Powers Act 2016, also known as the Snooper’s Charter, is the UK’s controversial new bill aimed at increasing online surveillance.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 6, 201611

Why your passwords aren’t as secure as you think

Statistically, your password selection most likely makes you vulnerable to any number of malicious attacks. But it doesn't have to be this way.
by AA PicksDecember 1, 201618

Cyber Week Deal: White Hat Hacker kit 98% off

LearnSmart is starting the hype for their 2017 hacking course by dropping the price to a record low, but you'll have to grab it within the next 8 hours.
by AA PicksNovember 30, 20162

BLU may be facing a class-action lawsuit over sending user data to China

BLU may now find itself at the center of a class-action lawsuit over its alleged role in the leaking of customer data to China via a pre-installed app.
by Kris CarlonNovember 24, 201624

Google Prompt two-step authentication makes its way to Android Wear

Google Prompt two-step authentication is making its way out to Android Wear smartwatches, after appearing on Android phones earlier in the year.
by Robert TriggsNovember 21, 20163
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