Security experts say Google has a lot more more work to do when it comes to keeping harmful software out of it smartphones and tablets.
Better hold on tight to that smartphone. A study shows Philadelphia ranks the worst among big cities in this country when it comes to stolen and lost devices.
There are plenty of programs that help you locate your device, but they don’t work if your battery has no juice.
Most smartphone users don’t hesitate to tap ‘OK’ when a newly-installed app asks for permission to use certain features on the device. But, a mobile security firm finds some big privacy risks in that practice.
The most popular mobile platform in the country is the target of a virus that experts say is a new kind of attack. It’s a reminder that our smartphones and tablets aren’t immune from computer criminals.
It’s no longer just your home computer that’s being targeted — malware is making its way to your smartphone, too.
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