by Jaime Rivera | May 25, 2015 7:02 PM
Reselling your used smartphone is as common in some markets, as it is for you to bestow your old device to a family member in others. What usually happens before your device trades owners, is a factory reset in order to ensure that all your data is wiped from the device you're about to get rid of. Now, what happens when that data is not effectively deleted from the device, and falls into somebody else's hands? The University of Cambridge recently tested as many as 21 different Android devices running versions 2.3 and up to 4.3, and noticed that after wiping these with a factory reset, ...
by Anton D. Nagy | July 1, 2012 3:49 AM
A mobile phone's main characteristics, by definition, are the ability to make and receive phone calls as well as exchange text messages. A smartphone should be a phone that has the ability to run applications but these days it seems to be the other way around: a mobile computer that can also do voice calls. A recent O2 study shows that smartphone owners have at least four more important things to do on their smartphones than to place calls. According to the findings, people are using their smartphones for at least two hours every day, out of which more than half of that time is dedicated ...
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