The recently announced Google Nexus 6 smartphone is a beautiful phone. It looks good and the specs are pretty amazing. Unfortunately the phone is not following in the footsteps of other Nexus handsets and is priced above $600, which is the asking price for flagship devices from other OEMs.
This also means that it puts the phone out of range for some customers. Well the good news is that you could always turn to the Nexus 5 The Nexus 5 briefly disappeared from the Google Play Store, although it was not clear as to why. There were some a little worried about its disappearance but the good news is that it is back. Read full post →Nexus 5 Reappears On Google Play After Brief Disappearance
John McAfee, while no longer related to the McAfee anti-virus company he helped found, has been pretty vocal about mobile security. It wasn’t too long ago that McAfee released an app called DCentral 1 which basically helps users identify which apps had what permission and allowed them to modify that permission as they saw fit.
Well it looks like McAfee is back and this time he has a new app in tow – D-VASIVE. The app will run in the background and has the ability to log activities of your apps to see which app might have recently accessed something they should not have. One of the examples is that the app will look out for other apps that might need to enable your microphone or monitor. Read full post →John McAfee’s D-VASIVE App Prevents Apps From Spying On You