Whatsapp will remain free but it will start including apps in the status section in one of the most famous messaging apps around the planet
Google is giving out details about the Titan M chip, the reason the company believes the Pixel 3 is Google's most secure phone yet.
Restaurants can start signing up to support Duplex, Google's new AI-based callbot for table reservations, in four major US metropolitan areas.
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
Here are the new set of smart speakers that Facebook is presenting to the market, the Portal and Portal+ that will also ease your privacy concerns
According to a recent Reuters report that claims to have seen a document, Google will likely admit to making past privacy "mistakes".
In a recent letter to US senators, Alphabet Inc.'s Google talked about third party add-ons and how it suspended some violators.
We talk about what a VPN is, how it works, how to use it, and what the benefits of having one on your smartphone are for privacy.
This paper details an Android hack which, besides being cool, can be used to steal your phone's unlock pattern and replicate it.
Three new Intel flaws were discovered in certain chips that would allow hackers to access data. Read about it, and the company's mitigation plans.
A recent discovery unveiled that Samsung Galaxy S7 phones, plus potentially hundreds of millions of other smartphones, are vulnerable to Meltdown exploits.
Facebook will surely recover from this bad business day and hopefully it will regain the trust lost after the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal
Google's Titan Security Key is a hardware 2FA authenticator that adds the strongest, most phishing-resistant authentication factor.
An iPhone and Android vulnerability has been discovered, one that is related to Bluetooth. A hacker could hijack all data transmitted via Bluetooth.
Google won't be able to keep track of your video watching and search history on YouTube, but your internet service provider and network manager can.
With all the hullabaloo on what data gets collected from our phones and sent off to servers in China, what does Apple do to keep privacy in focus?
For law enforcement agencies, this update knocks out their current methods for cracking into iPhones and iPads in evidence bins.
The update allows Samsung Messages to support T-Mobile's new RCS protocol, but it also apparently sent an entire photo gallery unprompted.
The public at-large wil not be able to participate in this testing of Google's AI-powered concierge service, but we do get insight into what it does.
Generally, days-old logs of a citizen's location information stored via their wireless carrier will consistently require a search warrant.
The change in policies comes after an investigation into the security holes left open by data brokers that left every cellphone user open to tracking.
If you're visiting a marketplace or a museum and have their apps, their cameras may be able to send you messages by tracking how you move.