Racking up hundreds to thousand of dollars on your mobile phone or data account is not unusual. We've heard of similar situations already since anything is actually vulnerable to security hacks especially if one is not careful.
It’s been a while since we talked about MultiROM – that wonderful Android tweak that allows you to boot off different custom ROMs each time. We’ve mentioned that the development team of MultiROM has made it available for a
Developer Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh has a keen eye when it comes to analyzing codes. This is the same guy who created an app for Android Wear to work with iOS. The project was a simple one but he was able to make use of the ANCS
The Kindle Fire HDX Tablet is just one of those tablets, you know – the ones that you love so much for the robust specs but hate so much because of the software embedded in it. In this case it is Amazon’s proprietary Fire OS.
Researchers at the University of California Riverside and University of Michigan have discovered a flaw in Android that could allow nefarious users to hijack apps. The researchers believe that Android isn’t alone in being
It seems most users either love, or hate the recently released Yo app. The app is touted as being the "simplest and most efficient communication tool in the world." Basically, the Yo app allows you to say yo. But more important
Spotify just got hacked, but it got lucky this time. The company reported investigating a suspicious and unauthorized intrusion into the system and internal data, revealing that one and only one user was the target of the
Heartbleed, the newest hack affecting just about everything and everyone, recently got the Android once-over from security firm Lookout. Their research found that of the 100,000 users who were implementing their Heartbleed
Kickstarter has confirmed news of a hacker attack. Details of the hack were shared on the company blog this weekend, and include mention of "unauthorized access to some" customer data. As with any sort of data hack, the first
Much of the current applications of Google Glass revolve around navigation, displaying real-time data, or some form of augmented reality. But a group of rather imaginative students from UC Berkeley has just proven that the