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BlackBerry & Microsoft Team Up To Make Work Phones More Secure

03/19/2018, While security on consumer smartphones is obviously important, this is especially true when it comes to devices meant for the workplace. This is because they might contain sensitive information like pricing, contracts, upcoming secret projects, and more....

Safari Exploits Demonstrated At Pwn20wn 2018

03/15/2018, It is rare if not impossible that software is completely invulnerable to hacks or exploits, which is why updates are important and why companies reward developers who discover bugs or possible hacks. In fact recently at the Pwn20wn 2018 event, several...

Nest’s Video Doorbell & Smart Lock Now Available For Purchase

03/14/2018, Nest might be a company known for their smart thermostat, smoke alarm, and home security cameras, but in case you missed the news, Nest recently teamed up with lockmaker Yale to launch a smart lock, which together with the Nest video doorbell are finally...


Apple Supplier Hints That Face ID Will Be Coming To All 2018 iPhones

03/09/2018, With Face ID being the brand new feature that Apple introduced last year with the iPhone X, it is expected that it will eventually be brought onto other iPhones. A report from last month suggested that all of 2018’s iPhones would be getting it, and now...

British Airways Expands Its Biometric Boarding Gates In The US

03/09/2018, The process of boarding a flight can be lengthy. This is because there are multiple steps and procedures that you need to take in order to reach your plane, such as checking in your luggage, making it past immigration, customs, and so on. However British...

Cellebrite Thinks Unlocking The iPhone Is For Public Safety

03/05/2018, Depending on how you look at it, there are some who feel that Apple should comply with law enforcement and unlock iPhones on request. However there are some who agree with Apple’s stance and that the security and encryption of iPhone devices should be...

Samsung Ends Security Updates For Some Of Its Older Smartphones

03/05/2018, As much as we would love for companies to continually support their devices, it is understandable that after several years that support will end. Unfortunately for Samsung users, it looks like that time has come for some older handsets as the company...

Major US Carriers Announce Plans For Next-Gen Mobile Authentication

03/04/2018, It used to be that passwords were enough to protect your online accounts, but as hacking technology got more sophisticated, there was also the need to come up with more robust security systems. An example would be two-factor authentication which reduces...

New iTunes App Store Phishing Scams Are Making Their Rounds

02/28/2018, If there is a good reason to try and hack into someone’s Apple account it is because it contains a lot of sensitive data, such as devices associated with said account, phone numbers, contacts, photos, and also credit card details in which the hacker...

iCloud Encryption Keys In China Will Be Stored On Local Servers

02/25/2018, Apple typically makes a big deal about protecting their customers’ privacy, but the company’s latest move in China is definitely raising some eyebrows. This is because in a report from Reuters, Apple has confirmed that they are moving iCloud data to...

Samsung Max Launched, Will Replace Opera Max

02/23/2018, Several years ago, Opera launched Opera Max which for those unfamiliar, is an app for mobile devices that was designed to help reduce data consumption and also provide users with VPN-like features. However last year Opera announced that Opera Max would be...