made some comparisons between the rumored Vega Note and the Galaxy Note 3 and according to recent reports -- the two almost had another feature to share.
Eric Schmidt, in a remark delivered to a packed audience during a question and answer session at the Gartner Symposium, unequivocally said that Android is more secure than the iPhone. This unsurprising statement coming from Google's chief executive is sure to draw no small amount of discussion between fans of both platforms.
Evernote cannot but take security seriously. Which is why it is now implementing the second part of its two-step verification rollout which brings the new security system to all users of the service, no payments necessary.
Google is breaking its silence and is claiming, at least based on data it has collected, that the media hype about Android malware may actually be a bit unwarranted.
Touch ID, the newest innovation in biometric sensor technology has the mobile world buzzing. In spite of crafty hacks and workarounds, the utility for biometrics remains solid, and we wonder when it’s coming to Android.
LG who just announced its LG Gate enterprise security platform.
Firefox for Android has an alarming security issue. Developer Sebastian Guerrero Selma has successfully used Firefox to pull data from the storage of an Android device, as well as access the content of privately stored data within the browser.
Blackberry, if it survives long enough, might have a new fierce rival as Samsung opens up its Samsung Solutions Exchange. Rather than simply being yet another store filled with business-friendly apps, Solutions Exchange is also a program to bring in developers to port or create apps that directly answer the needs of Samsung's enterprise customers.