Facebook recently released the Facebook Messenger app on mobile devices and is starting to require it in order to continue messaging your Facebook friends. Should you download and use it? What do you need to know before installing this new app? Read on to find out.
South Korea has recently begun seeking a way to ban ‘silent camera apps’ due to privacy concerns. But what’s the big deal, and should America follow suit? Learn the concerns that parents and others have about silent camera apps on smartphones.
Caller ID faker apps are really easy to get and to use. Using this, high profile celebrities have been hacked, and they were not even aware of that. Are you a victim of this attack vector? If you are not sure, it is time that you learned how to keep yourself safe.
Whether your mobile phone cost a few dollars up-front or you purchased it as part of a payment and usage plan over several years, insurance is something you should consider. But is it really worth the outlay?
If you thought that storing vital data on a mobile phone was a good idea, think again! You don’t even need to store valuable information on a mobile device as there are all sorts of malware threats ready to pounce - and that’s after you’ve sorted out a BlackBerry-related diplomatic incident!
Cell phones are not usually considered to be a health risk. However, in several situations, science has proven otherwise. Although they are perhaps the greatest and most convenient invention of our time, mobile phones could be a threat to your well being. Learn more about the dangers of cell phones.
A recent study has shown that people are careless in removing personal data from mobile phones when they sell their devices. If you’re planning to cash in on the value of your phone, you should spend some time deleting and backing up vital data, as well as preparing the phone for sale in other ways.
Yes, Apple iPhone tracking exists. What is more important though is what does Apple do with the information and what are the technical details associated with the data? A year ago the CEO of Google said of online privacy: “There isn’t any, get over it.” So do we have to?
Buying apps online for mobile devices has been a profitable enterprise for Apple, Google and developers. Apple keeps 30% of the sale amount and the rest goes to the developer. In-app purchases are another way to increase sales but this has caused problems for parents whose children do the buying.
Many businesses and industries are taking advantage of mobile phone app technology. Hospitals, banks, schools, and now even the US military is planning to make a move toward developing apps for troops. This could be good news as it may help the military be more efficient.