Thousands of Android users are at risk of having their mobile devices and private contents locked by a particularly ruthless ransomware that demands $500 to restore access.
Since August 2014, Minecraft lovers who like to play the popular game on their Android phones have been targeted with apps that are purportedly cheats for the game, but are ultimately aimed at tricking them into believing their device has been infected.
If you sell or gift your old Android phone to someone, is it enough to do a factory reset to wipe all your sensitive data? And if your Android gets stolen, how sure are you that your anti-theft solution will do a good job wiping it and/or locking the device? Consumers generally have no insight in how well these features work.
The existence of another address bar spoofing bug has been revealed, and this one affects the Android Chrome browser.
After an initial pre-alpha release in July 2014, BitTorrent's peer-to-peer private voice and text app Bleep is finally available for curious Windows, Mac, iOS and Android users to test it out.
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