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If you're getting concerned about how much of your privacy is sucked up and used by the likes of Google, Apple, Facebook, etc., you probably should be. The Librem 5 smartphone aims to give control back to the user.
Hong Kong protesters have been seeking out new ways of communicating without government intervention. Here's a potentially much better option compared to the messaging apps that they've been using.
There's a new Android ransomware that encrypts most of the information on your smartphone and asks for a ransom in order to decrypt it.
The highly anticipated FOSS-friendly Librem 5 smartphone now has its specs finalized and the pre-order discount is ending soon.
If you enjoy supporting your favorite artists by attending their shows, watch out for the AXS ticketing app. It could be a nightmare!
What we like about Brave is that is serves up ads with privacy in mind. What’s really cool about the Brave Browser is their new Brave Rewards system.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the official launch of the OnePlus 7 Pro, costs going up for Apple along with their prices and more.
A WhatsApp vulnerability was discovered that allowed attackers to install government-grade spyware on phones running affected versions.
Sick of Facebook spying on your conversations, Apple pretending to care about security, Alexa employees laughing at the things you say, and Google collecting data from your email? The Librem One suite may be a good security defense for your smartphone.
Apple issues an official statement after reports that it anticompetitively removed screen time apps from the Store. The company cites privacy reasons.
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A recent Facebook password issue has surfaced, and, according to reports, between 200 million and 600 million users were and their passwords were affected.
DC officials are telling their London counterparts that Huawei can still send data back to its home government and circumvent hardware inspections.
From 2021 onwards, carriers will be required to report accurate location data to 911 call centers not just on latitude and longitude, but height, too.
Intelligence agency staff have also been working to convince Bundestag members that Huawei is a security risk for Germany's up and coming 5G network.
The newly-minted Amazon-owned eero is reiterating pledges to ensuring customers' privacy while they use their mesh Wi-Fi networks.
The iPhone maker is working on a new way to prevent governments and spy actors from knowing who sent what messages with encryption.
On our show, we discuss Huawei's legal challenges in the United States and beyond. Plus, hardware talk with the upcoming P30 and current Galaxy S10!
Google Assistant won't use a matching sample of your voice to authenticate and unlock your phone or tablet anymore. What's more, there are new privacy measures.
It's not a simple question of whether Huawei is allowed to participate in the build-out of the nation's 5G network, but the MI6 chief's talking about it.
Huawei provides an affordable option to other cellular network equipment vendors and carriers like Telus want that quite badly. But are strings attached?
Businesses secretly record what you do in their apps to improve them. More worryingly, that software isn't perfect at hiding sensitive data.
Chinese telcom player ZTE has plenty of attention from senators as it continues to face punishment from sanctions violations and fraud.