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Best of Android 2017 – the phone of the year is...

by Nirave Gondhia 1 day ago0 comments
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Blackberry Motion review: A KEYone without the keyboard

by Lanh Nguyen 3 days ago0 comments
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Drone Rush 2017 holiday buying guide

by Jonathan Feist 2 days ago0 comments
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This is the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition

by Abhishek Baxi 3 days ago0 comments
636 articles

How to use a forensic tool to extract data from a broken Android phone

How do you get the data off your phone if you have accidentally dropped it and smashed the screen? Find out what is possible and what isn't with this guide.
by Team AA1 week ago

Personal data for 31 million users of ai.type Keyboard exposed

Users of popular keyboard ai.type have had their data exposed. The company failed to secure a server that held records of 31 million users.
by Matt Adams2 weeks ago

10 best security apps for Android that aren’t antivirus apps

Tired of looking for security apps and seeing antivirus app listings? In this roundup, we have the best security apps that puts the power in your hands.
by Joe Hindy2 weeks ago28

5 best find my phone apps and other find my phone methods too!

Having your smartphone lost or stolen is absolutely frightening, but don't panic! Here are the best find my phone methods and the best find my phone apps.
by Joe Hindy2 weeks ago58
 
 

How machine learning protects your wallet and identity

Companies are using Machine Learning in ways that affect your security and privacy. Here's what you need to know.
by Team AAOctober 25, 2017

41 percent of all Android devices vulnerable to “exceptionally devastating” Wi-Fi attack

A researcher has discovered a security flaw in the WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol, putting most modern, protected Wi-Fi networks at risk — and an estimated 41% of all Android devices.
by Scott Adam GordonOctober 16, 2017

GO Keyboard is spying on millions of users according to researchers

Do you use GO Keyboard? Researchers say that the team behind the keyboard is spying on millions of users and executing code from remote servers.
by Matt AdamsSeptember 22, 2017

Watch: Researchers exploit SMS two-factor authentication to steal Bitcoins

Do you use two-factor authentication that relies on SMS? You might want to watch this video and think long and hard about how secure your info really is.
by Matt AdamsSeptember 19, 2017

Facial recognition technology explained

More and more smartphones now come equipped with facial recognition security, so here's everything you need to know about how they work.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 14, 2017

Update: Massive Bluetooth vulnerability patched in September security update

Armis Security has released an official app that will tell you if any Bluetooth devices around you are vulnerable to BlueBorne.
by Matt AdamsSeptember 14, 2017
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