Russian crooks are targeting people throughout the Western world with sophisticated Android spyware that can take total control of your phone.
You don't need to lose your Google Play Music account uploads and playlists. Here's how to bring them into the future.
ProtonVPN has added its Smart Protocol feature to its Android app to automatically evade network blocks.
You can steal a friend or co-worker's WhatsApp account by knowing only their phone number. Here's how to stop it from happening to you.
A bogus Android coronavirus-tracking app leads to a possible iPhone spyware campaign on cryptocurrency apps.
A bizarre new scam offers to sell you a 'coronavirus safety mask,' but you have to sideload a dodgy Android app first.
Apps like Google Authenticator are great for security, but not if you're running them on an outdated iOS or Android phone.
Cameo, the popular app that lets you pay celebrities to record short shout-out videos, is overrun with security flaws.
Excel, Word and PowerPoint, and a bunch of mobile productivity features, have been sorted into Microsoft Office app.
Trend Micro found 9 new Google Play Store apps that can take over your Google and Facebook accounts.
Facebook seems to be testing a Dark Mode for its Android app, judging by reports from Android users.
Sophos exposed two dozen apps for charging customers exorbitant fees after free trial — and deleting app doesn't help.
Millions of Android phones are at risk of being turned into spying devices by rogue apps, researchers reveal.
Malware called xHelper is infecting thousands of Android phones, and on some of them, it can't be removed.
A flaw in older versions of WhatsApp could let hackers see your messages by making you open a booby-trapped image.
Certain Google Play Store apps charge users up to $240 for failing to cancel free trial periods, security researchers from Sophos Labs found.
Two adware-filled selfie apps were kicked out of the Google Play store, but may already be on your phone.
Many Android flashlight apps take so many system permissions that they can do almost anything on your phone.
Popular Android app with 100 million downloads was infected with a backdoor sometime in its lifecycle.
An Android app that promises Samsung firmware updates isn't actually from Samsung and shows lots of ads.
Government officials want tech companies to put backdoors in encrypted communications apps — and may turn to Congress to make it happen.
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