Nintendo’s Pokémon GO was incredibly well received all over the world, making a fortune for the company as Nintendo’s market value went through the roof. The immense popularity of the game also caught hackers attention and yesterday I wrote an article warning you about malicious 3rd party websites that may install DroidJack malware on your Android running smartphone when downloading compromised versions of the Pokémon GO.
We have spent a great deal of time covering smartphones with fingerprint scanners, but devices with Iris Scanning are still few and far between. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris is one of the few slates we’ve seen come with the tech, and it has just been announced for the region at Rs. 13,499.
We told you about the exotic Turing phone back in April, but we weren’t sure when you would be able to order one. Well, that’s been answered today as Turing Phone pre-orders begin on July 31st.
We’ve talked about security issues on mobiles countless times over the years, and last year we even covered a device built to combat that with the Blackphone. Now, we’re going to take a look at another stealthy handset called the Turing phone.
The folks behind Blackphone made a splash last year with their secure smartphone, and they are back at it again for MWC. The Blackphone 2 has been revealed, and the company has updated the handset to give it plenty of power for 2015.
Dropcam has done pretty well for themselves, and their little cameras are now found all over the globe. It looks like Lenovo is getting ready to enter the same cloud-based space as a new gadget dubbed the Lenovo Cloud Camera has just made its way through the FCC.
The Blackphone is one of the cooler devices out there, especially if you’re concerned about privacy on your handset. If you’re one of those folks, you’ll be interested to know that the company is bringing their tech to slates with the upcoming Blackphone tablet.
In the last few days there has been a significant development for air travel that is causing a certain amount of consternation among travellers. In new airport security changes, some mobile phones are not allowed on flights from UK to USA, specifically those mobile phones with a dead battery. This has led to concerns that […]
Currently the mobile technology world has been highlighting the fundamental security advantages iPhones have over other Smartphone models. This came about after recent media attention concerning the data protection risks mobile phones pose now forensic recovery software is available to the general public. Earlier in February Channel 4’s Data Baby launched this concern into the […]
Many Google users use the one page login process to access their Gmail, Google+ and so much more, it was not long ago that Google decided to redesign its login page, which is brilliant and much easier than before. However, things are likely to change again after the Google / SlickLogin buyout. We like the […]