We live in the mobile age. Our phones are now like swiss army knives. They can do just about anything. You can watch TV, monitor your home, change your thermostat,
The Nest Cam security camera is designed to keep an eye on your home and family even when you are away. It offers 24/7 live streaming with night vision, and
When it comes to mobile security, this year has been somewhat of a dilemma for Android users. The big scare is the security hole Stagefright, where all it took to install
HTC likes the idea of pushing out monthly security updates to its smartphones and is committed to doing so. But, for all its efforts, HTC may think this is an unattainable goal.
Android users are under attack again. The Stagefright bug that Google and OEMs scrambled to fix, only to have a second bug discovered, is back. Users are being targeted with
First off, I have to admit that I’m not a big fan of apps that claim to boost speeds and improve performance. The majority of the time all they do
Security. We all worry about it, and we all leave our security in the hands of Google when we use Android devices. Our smartphones are continually gathering more information about
If you haven’t had a chance to grab any of these deals, now is the time to act. These packages have sold like hotcakes as the demand for expert-level tutelage
You know the old saying: adapt or get left behind. It seems like just about everything in my household is evolving into a smart device. My TV, scale, alarm clock,
Privacy, security and anonymity. Show me anybody who doesn’t want these key pieces and I’ll show you someone vulnerable to hacks, attacks and manipulation. We’ve covered quite a few VPN
It looks like the rumors swirling around BlackBerry adopting Android for their devices have finally come to fruition. The last round of rumors stated that..
Kaspersky, a company specializing in software security, has released a report claiming the existence of the ‘Google Effect’ or, as they like to call it, ‘Digital Amnesia’. They define Digital
Pause for just a second and try to calculate how many passwords you use on a daily basis. Your phone’s lock screen, your laptop, your WiFi network, your garage door…
Unless you’re a drug dealer or criminal mastermind, I’d imagine you value your phone number, e-mail address, and credit card information. Throughout the course of interacting in the online and
Earlier today we reported on a Samsung vulnerability that had to do with the preinstalled keyboard Swiftkey. This vulnerability would allow an attacker to remotely take control of your device