There are many ways to block your phone from being tracked without sacrificing all those handy features by simply follow these simple steps.
Keeping your devices secure in 2020 is a very different prospect than a few years back. Here are some of the best preventative measures you can take to protect yourselves.
Microsoft revealed that they have inadvertently left 250+ million customer service and support requests exposed on several servers without password protection from Dec. 5 to Dec. 31, 2019.
More than 267 million Facebook user IDs, phone numbers, and names were exposed online and available for access without any security.
AT&T has started rolling out call validation display to selected Android smartphones in order to help users fight against spammers and robocallers.
Apple has published its latest iPhone advertisement called "Privacy Matters" that focuses on consumer privacy while taking a subtle jab at companies like Facebook and Google who have been dogged by wave after wave of privacy scandals.
According to a recent report, Facebook is paying teenagers to install a "Research" app, which secretly tracks user activity and collects data on them.
Today, Facebook disclosed a bug in their Photo API that gave app developers access to the photos of up to 6.8 million users.
Google admits it was collecting location data even when disabled by the user and updated the help pages with details about its location history collection practice.
Spam text messages are one of the problems many smartphone users are familiar with. In this article, we are going to cover a number of ways to block unwanted texts on an Android device.
Apple may include a new feature in iOS 11.4 called USB Restricted Mode that will disable data transfer over USB by disabling the lightning port if the phone is not unlocked for a period of seven days.
Here is a quick guide to online security that will help you protect yourself and your personal data from the most common methods employed by cybercriminals.