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Could popular apps such as Angry Birds or Facebook tell the NSA your age, friends, and whether you're straight or gay?
Not long after news broke that the NSA has been collecting call records from Verizon, the WSJ now reports that data is also being collected from AT&T, Sprint, and other ISPs.
Though some would have you believe that the situation is much bleaker, the fact is that there are plenty of ways to recover your phone if it's lost or stolen.
Today Apple released iOS 6.1.3 in hopes of fixing its lock screen bypass bug.
There is a flaw in the Samsung Galaxy S III that allows the security of the lockscreen to be quickly bypassed.
Users frustrated by a security flaw in Apple's iOS 6.1 may soon find relief as reports are saying that Apple has released a beta version of iOS 6.1.3 to developers.
Comcast has released a new security application for iOS to help Xfinity customers prevent online threats. Dubbed Constant Guard Mobile, the program is intended to protect users from phishing attempts and identity theft, among other dangers.
Brighthand's Site Editor was interviwed recently on whether businesses and goverment agencies are going to adopt the next-generation BlackBerry.
With nearly 50% of Americans owning a smartphone, the Federal Communications Commission is working to make sure users are more informed on how to keep their device secure by providing a free online security checklist.
Samsung has admitted there is a security vulnerability in many of its leading devices -- including the Galaxy S III -- and says that it is working on a software update to deal with the issue. More info is available from TechnologyGuide.
BlackBerry maker RIM is willing to take active measures to protect its customers? safety, even if that means preventing them from setting easily predictable passwords Get more from TechnologyGuide.
Norton Mobile Security this week added its first Apple iOS client, along with a new pricing model for safeguarding iPhones, iPads, and Android devices alike.
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