As part of Android’s commitment to lower down risks and threats of malicious attacks on mobile devices resulting from gaps in the privacy and security capabilities of the Android operating system, it has committed, since Q4 of
It seems that instant mobile messaging is fast becoming a new standard in communication. With over two billion IM users all over the world today, there is a close competition among messaging apps. We mentioned earlier that
Google Safe Browsing has been with us on Chrome for desktops and laptops for a while now. It’s that big red warning that you get when you’re browsing into a potentially bad site – which probably includes a lot of malicious
The National Security Agency only had good intentions to save phone records but the surveillance program finally ended last Sunday. This was as required by the law which will actually be replaced with more tightly targeted
A Belgian court has ruled that Facebook needs to stop tracking the Internet data of people who visit their site but have not signed up with the social networking giant. They are giving the US company 48 hours to comply with the
In a blow for privacy advocates in the US, the Federal Communications Commission said that they are not looking into forcing website and Internet companies to stop making it easy for them to track consumers’ online activities.
You can say without doubt that Google created Android and is the main source of current Android versions that you see on devices out in the market today. But what you cannot say is that the version of Android you find, say in a
The Signal Private Messenger was first launched on the App Store, capturing the hearts of even those who were previously content with iMessage as their main instant messaging app. Developer Open Whisper Systems recently launched
In light of the Stagefright vulnerability that rocked the Android world a few months back, Google has promised to push out security updates for Android on a monthly basis – starting of course with the Nexus line of devices.
Your much-awaited BlackBerry PRIV is almost here. Well, we haven't actually got our hands on the first Android-powered BlackBerry device that CEO John Chen has been boasting about but Carphone Warehouse recently shared an