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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: All the rumors in one place

Phillip Prado 8 hours ago 216 shares
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Forget flagships, mid-range phones are making the biggest technological leaps

Robert Triggs January 19, 2020 760 shares
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5G will struggle until it’s affordable for all

Eric Zeman January 23, 2020 186 shares
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Who is BBK, the world’s second largest phone manufacturer?

Robert Triggs January 19, 2020 1413 shares
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ToTok pulled from Play Store amidst spying accusations (Update: It’s back)

Update: The ToTok app has been reinstated into the Google Play Store.
Phillip PradoJanuary 6, 2020558 shares
 

Latest Facebook data breach affects 267 million users, most of them from the US

Dear Facebook, is there no end to this?
Adamya SharmaDecember 20, 20191036 shares
 

Smartphone location tracking is creepier than you thought

Ever have the feeling smartphone location tracking is creepy? This will only make you feel worse about it.
Williams PelegrinDecember 19, 2019305 shares
 

Product warning issued after attacker hacks Amazon Ring, harasses little girl

Unfortunately, this isn't an isolated incident, either.
Phillip PradoDecember 18, 2019132 shares
 

China will now force citizens to give smartphone facial scan data to government

The facial scan data will be tied to the person's real name as part of a registration database.
C. Scott BrownDecember 2, 20191107 shares
 

Random phone searches at US borders are illegal, judge rules

A Boston federal court has put a stop to suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronic devices in the US. 
Adamya SharmaNovember 13, 2019186 shares
 

WhatsApp introduces new group chat privacy settings

WhatsApp users can now select who can and can't add them to group chats.
Phillip PradoNovember 6, 2019221 shares
 

WhatsApp now supports fingerprint lock on Android

Today, WhatsApp announced it officially supports fingerprint lock on Android devices.
Phillip PradoOctober 31, 2019823 shares
 

Watch Edward Snowden detail how phones are used to spy on you

From network operators to smartphone manufacturers, entities are collecting your information all the time.
Hadlee SimonsOctober 24, 2019925 shares
 

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
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