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Meet the latest Moto Mod: a snap-on 360-degree camera

by Brian Reigh 1 day ago0 comments

Plastic OLED is about to come back in a big way

by Robert Triggs 19 hours ago0 comments

Google releases Android O Developer Preview 4

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago0 comments

Are you buying the Moto Z2 Force? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 22 hours ago0 comments
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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

Signal’s encryption verification process is now simpler and more secure

Open Whisper Systems, developer of the encrypted messaging app Signal, has made the process of verifying encryption easier and more secure.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 21, 20163

Google security head says Pixel is as secure as the iPhone

Google’s director of security at Android, Adrian Ludwig, says that the Google Pixel and Apple iPhone are almost identical in terms of security levels.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 2, 201644

Hackers win $215,000 for exploiting the Nexus 6P and iPhone 6s

A hacking team has taken a fully updated and security-patched Nexus 6P and iPhone 6s and won $215,000 from a mobile security competition.
by Kris CarlonOctober 27, 201640

Google delivers device-local Safe Browsing API to developers

The Android team announced back at Google I/O 2016 that they would be making a device-local Safe Browsing API a reality, and today it is here.
by John DyeSeptember 15, 20162

Google offering $350k in prizes through its new Project Zero hacking contest

Think you can hack a smartphone? Do you want to win a lot of money? You might want to check out Google's new Project Zero hacking contest.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 14, 20164
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