Tag: security

Google reminds us how to keep our Android phones safe

Before Cybersecurity Awareness Month ends, Google reminds us that there are ways to protect yourself and your Android phone from all kinds of attacks...

Google working on Pixel 4 face unlock issue “in the coming months”

One thing that will probably stop some people from buying the Pixel 4 right now is that the face unlock feature is not as...
Samsung Galaxy S10 Galaxy Note 10 Fingerprint Reconition Issue

Samsung outs official statement on fingerprint recognition issue

Before Samsung launches the Galaxy S11 first quarter next year, we hope the fingerprint recognition issue on the Galaxy S10 series will be fixed....
USB-C Titan Security Keys

USB-C Titan Security Keys announced by Google

Around the same time last year, Google launched the Titan M security chip. The enterprise-grade system has helped strengthen the security of the Pixel...

Asking digital assistants to auto dial may lead you to be scammed

While a lot of us are dependent on our digital assistants and smart speakers to do things for us or answer our queries, there...

Should you be afraid of FaceApp? Yes and no

Celebrities and ordinary people alike have once again gone gaga over FaceApp. The face altering app has actually been around since 2017 but has...

FCC Chair proposes ban on caller ID spoofing for SMS, foreign robocalls

The battle against robocalls sounds like a blockbuster sci-fi action film in the making but it’s a very real thing that carriers and users...

New 7-Eleven app allowed hackers to hijack accounts

If you’re going to release an app that involves not only private information about your users but also their financial information, you better make...

Google now brings auto-delete controls for Location History

Just last month, Google shared that they were finally giving users more controls on what to do with the Location History that we give...

Fake and copycat apps abound on the Google Play Store

The Android community promises to keep things safe and secure for all consumers. That is a nice promise but it's not that easy. The...

OnePlus’ wallpaper app has been leaking user emails

If you've been a fan of OnePlus' Shot on OnePlus wallpaper app and you've been uploading photos to it for the past months, your...

Firefox out with enhanced tracking protection, Firefox Lockwise

Firefox, Mozilla's very own popular mobile browser, is being challenged by a lot of many new ones. At this point, we're not interested in...

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