The Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the most powerful and versatile smartphones ever, packing a 1.9-GHz quad-core processor and a dizzying array of features. You can answer the phone with a wave of your h...
Some of the world's biggest handset makers and telecom carriers are embracing alternative mobile operating systems this year in a quest to become credible challengers to smartphones run by Apple and Google.
comScore released smartphone manufacturer and operating system data today for the first quarter of 2013 in the U.S. market. The numbers show Android continuing to dominate with 52 percent market share for operating systems.
Outside of the IT department, most users think that viruses are the only threat to their computing equipment. Many believe that malware doesn't affect mobile devices at all. An educated user is a safer user.
Techworld.com BadNews Shows a New Direction for Mobile Malware All Things Digital hackers_380 And while we're on the subject of hacking and malware, if you're the user of Android phone, and if you happen to speak or send messages in Russian, you...
Hotels have not always been known as beacons of the latest and greatest technological amenities. Business travelers everywhere have groaned in despair as they encounter superslow in-room Wi-Fi, antiqu...
HeroCraft has done it again. Fans of the 80s classic Boulder Dash will want to take a look at this one because it not only has the original version, but a new updated version with better graphics and gameplay.
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale A number of Western developers I advise are interested in launching their apps in what they call “the Asian smartphone market.” The goal is quite understandable, given...
Google seems to be everywhere on an increasing basis, what with Chrome, Chrome OS, Google Glass, and of course Android. A big reason is that Google gets the concept of synchronization, and executes it so well.
The movement started by employees who want to bring their own gadgets for work has taken a turn according to new figures. Companies will be requiring workers to BYOD and that will bring changes for both workers and employers.
Social network and messaging service Path has been around since 2010, but it has recently seen massive growth, with one million users joining per week. The free app for Android and iOS lets you post u...
It’s a sad fact of life that as we age, our cognitive skills decline. In particular, the “executive function” of our mind diminishes – this function is a key aspect of our memory, attention, perception, and problem solving skills.
What happens to users and their phones in the event of a mobile malware epidemic or a terrorist attack? Researchers at a California-based lab are hoping to answer those very questions using simulations.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in California have developed a virtual Android-based network that can be used to simulate what could happen in the event of an attack on the devices.
The network, dubbed MegaDroid, consists of 300,000 virtual Android devices that receive spoofed GPS coordinates to simulate human movement throughout a town. Researchers have also combined the virtual network with Google Street View, so that they can watch, in real time, the virtual devices wandering around.
Mobile service provider NQ Mobile today released a study of malware covering 2012, using data gathered from the company's Security Labs.
NQ’s data indicates that Android is a big risk for malware, but iOS has also recently come under fire for free apps that leak more personal data than on other platforms. Overall, mobile security is likely to be a growing concern, and one that could potentially become more complicated as the pace of improvements to mobile tech increases and our usage of those devices grows higher still.
===> For now, common sense is probably the best defense against security threats, but a more unified Android platform would help to limit malware problems as well as significantly improve developers’ lives. <===
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