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Google Pixel 4 hands-on: Picture perfect in nearly every way

Eric Zeman October 15, 2019 770 shares
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Behind the scenes: Google’s Pixel cameras aren’t trying to be cameras at all

David Imel October 15, 2019 871 shares
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Google Pixel Buds 2 hands-on: The best earbuds I’ve not listened to

Kris Carlon October 15, 2019 273 shares
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Huawei Mate 30 Pro vs Mate 20 Pro: Worth a yearly upgrade?

Robert Triggs October 18, 2019 216 shares
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Do you know what “https://” means? Pew survey proves most Americans don’t.

Results from a recent Pew Research Center survey prove many Americans know little about some basic technology concepts.
Phillip PradoOctober 10, 2019279 shares
 

Android 10 shows how many apps request my location at all times, and it’s crazy

I appreciate the greater control, but it is a little disturbing to know how many apps have which permissions.
C. Scott BrownOctober 4, 2019158 shares
 

Cloudflare releases easy to use Warp VPN after being delayed for months

Today, Cloudflare released its highly anticipated and easy-to-use Warp VPN to the public.
Phillip PradoSeptember 26, 201993 shares
 

Hands-on: Vivaldi for Android is a privacy-respecting Chrome alternative

Vivaldi comes to Android devices with the beta release of its modern, privacy-respecting mobile browser.
Phillip PradoSeptember 10, 201986 shares
 

Gave your phone number to Facebook? You’ll probably regret it

Another day, another Facebook privacy breach.
Adamya SharmaSeptember 6, 2019312 shares
 

All the key Android 10 privacy updates explained

Your privacy, your way.
Adamya SharmaSeptember 4, 201967 shares
 

Google shut down a secret Android location data service for US carriers

The service used your Android phone to let carriers know where their service was strongest and weakest.
C. Scott BrownAugust 19, 2019266 shares
 

FaceApp: Everything you need to know about this fun, controversial app

Here's what you need to know about FaceApp, the image-altering app that's been raising some serious privacy concerns.
John CallahamJuly 22, 20191509 shares
 

Can police force you to unlock your phone?

Here's what to do if police ask you to unlock your phone.
Eric ZemanJune 14, 2019537 shares
 

Android Q to improve security on entry-level devices

Google is relying on the power of adiantum to encrypt and protect phones, wearables, and even set-top boxes in Android Q.
Eric ZemanMay 9, 201970 shares
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