A part of what makes Google Play a better experience for developers is that they can easily publish to the store without an extensive wait between submission and actual distribution.
If you are reading this, you are either looking to make sure you can recover your device if it gets stolen, or are desperately trying to find a device that
Mobile hacking and stealing has become one of the most commonly committed crimes, with some of the most common types of mobile threats that have dominated the smartphone sphere being Malwares,
Are you keeping yourself protected from malware, phishing, and other mobile attacks? For those of you that are, that’s great! As for the others, we’ll just assume you’re new to
Lookout, the guys behind some of our favorite mobile security software, is constantly looking at apps from around the world. In fact, they analyze some 30,000 titles per day, always keeping
This morning Lookout announced a product feature that has been all over the news recently as legislatures rush to enact anti-theft measures on mobile devices. Their new feature is called Theft
Popular mobile security company, Lookout, has announced a program to help payback the Tech Hero in your life. You know, that person who you always call, text, e-mail, Skype and
Lookout Mobile Security today introduced a new security solution aimed at helping business users and IT Managers. Called Lookout for Business, it’s designed to address malware, data loss, remote location,
Lookout, the popular mobile security app, has partnered with Samsung to add an extra layer of security to business devices. The partnership will find Lookout incorporated with Samsung’s Knox service,
Lookout’s annual kickoff party for Google I/O is barely two weeks away and we’re getting super stoked. UPDATE: WINNERS SELECTED AND NOTIFIED BELOW. Headed to San Francisco later this month
Lookout Mobile Security today announced a pair of new features for the Android application. Designed to help combat lost and stolen phones, one comes in the free version while the
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There will be a total of 18 million malware infected Android devices from the start of 2012 through the end of 2013,according to estimates from the security experts at Lookout.
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