Recently deleted files, including photos, can stick around in your phone's system for up to 30 days after you have pressed the "Delete" button.
An iPhone and Android vulnerability has been discovered, one that is related to Bluetooth. A hacker could hijack all data transmitted via Bluetooth.
All hackers had to do is find the site on a search engine, input a customer's phone number and reap the data. A similar sort of bug was found last fall and back in 2015 at this company.
A whopping 40,000 people who used their credit cards on the official OnePlus website between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018 may have had their financial info compromised.
After reports of credit card fraud following purchases at OnePlus's website, the company is temporarily only accepting payments through PayPal.
A lot of those customers were from the United Kingdom, who have been stewing in forums for the past couple of months. OnePlus says it's investigating.
57 million users and drivers had their names, mobile numbers and emails leaked out. 600,000 drivers also had their license numbers exposed.
One hole is getting patched (somewhat) while another allows for personal data, including location, to be recorded, dumped and taken away.
Is Face ID on the iPhone X not as impenetrable as Apple claims? Maybe, but tricking the facial recognition tech is hardly possible at home.
The Essential Phone is getting a fix for one scary Wi-Fi vulnerability. On the other hand, some big feature improvements are also in this update.
Apple's software platforms are being patched for the recent Wi-Fi WPA2 security standard exploit. You can engage in the beta.
The encryption keys that your phone or computer and your Wi-Fi router may not be as safe as you think they are. The scramble is on for a fix.
T-Mobile's website allowed the input of script from anyone and enabled the extraction of key data like IMSI and email accounts.
John Kelly joined the White House payroll in January and became chief of staff in late July. The White House is looking into his pre-Trump travel.
Or, for that matter, on any replacement part that has its own driver. But given how often screen breakages are reported, that's one place to look at first.
This week on our show, we talk with Digital Trends's Julian Chokkattu about what we saw at the #HelloMotoWorld event. Also, more screens for Meizu!
Is the security of iris recognition technology on the Galaxy S8 an "issue"? Probably, although Samsung thinks a hack is difficult to happen in reality.
Samsung has been quashing grassroots groundwork to be able to reprogram the Galaxy S8's Bixby Button, setting up for a literal Dave vs. Goliath battle.
The telecom is still valuing the deal at nearly $4.5 billion for a user base of about 1 billion. Digital content and ad-feeding prospects outweigh scandals.
You can trigger the on-board Emy or Amazon Alexa assistant, but you can't call out "OK Google" and expect Google search to pop up unless you hack it.
That's because Safari knows how to handle a webpage's code when it triggers a phone call nowadays. But that web browser within social media apps? Nope.
The attack, labeled as coming from a state-sponsored source, was first picked up by Yahoo. It was alleged to have affected more than 500 million accounts.
The Forensic Science Laboratory wants to acquire a tool to decrypt phones with iOS 8 and, potentially, other Android phones.