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Monthly Archives: August 2016

BBM update fixes pictures issue on Android 7.0 Nougat devices

BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) still has a large user base, even though many of those who installed the application don’t use it on a daily basis. Either way, the Canadian company continues to push updates to its messenger application in an

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‘Minecraft: Pocket Edition’ Update Adds Hi-Res Natural Texture Pack, 0.16 Android Beta is Almost Here

While today’s Minecraft: Pocket Edition [$6.99] update isn’t nowhere as huge as the upcoming 0.16 Boss Update one we wrote about a few days ago, 0.15.7 has added one important new feature: a new texture pack. According to the update

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Instagram gets pinch-to-zoom on iOS, Android update in tow

The feature you didn’t know you wanted for Instagram has finally arrived: pinch-to-zoom. Surprised it wasn’t already there? Don’t be. Originally, Instagram didn’t support large enough images to warrant enlarging — but last year, that changed last year when the

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Top 5 Most Common Mobile Threats and Apps; Android GMBot, ‘Angry Birds,’ Facebook and Dropbox Included

(Photo: Reuters) A cell phone. Mobile security threats are still on the rise, aggravated even more by reckless user behavior and poor security practices by businesses, according to MobileIron, a mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) company. In

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Twitoor first Android malware known to leverage Twitter for command and control

August 24, 2016 Twitoor, the first Android malware to use Twitter for command-and control-communications, is a downloader program that has been seen dropping banking malware on infected devices. Researchers have found the first known Android mobile malware to use a

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Here’s Why Security Is Becoming a Really Big Deal for Smartphones

What do you look for when you buy a new smartphone? Screen size? Camera quality? Sleek design?  Well, it’s likely that you’re going to start paying a lot more attention to phones’ security features, because the threats to smartphones — from

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How Google is putting security at the heart of Android

Ahead of WIRED Security – a new one-day event curated to explore, explain and predict new trends, threats and defences in cyber security – WIRED is running a week of features focusing on the topic of staying safe online. ADVERTISEMENT

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BlackBerry DTEK50 review: secure, but not special | The Verge

So how exactly does the DTEK50 differ from last year’s Priv aside from the much lower price? Hardware-wise, it’s mostly a downgrade on all fronts. This is a BlackBerry that doesn’t feel very BlackBerry, for starters — probably because it’s

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The Cyber Threat: iPhone Software Targeted in Government-Linked Hack

AP BY: Bill Gertz Follow @BillGertz August 29, 2016 5:00 am Years ago during lunch with a recently-retired National Security Agency cyber security official, I immediately noticed the former official’s iPhone as he placed it on the table next to

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Calm Down, Android Users: Quadrooter Vulnerability Not A Massive Security Threat, Google Says

The Quadrooter vulnerability, which was recently revealed by security firm Check Point, is said to have made 900 million Android devices open to hackers through a combination of four security exploits. However, according to Google, Quadrooter is not the massive

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