With a flagship-caliber camera, the latest version of Android and great battery life, the Pixel 3a rewrites the rules of what a midrange phone should be.
A vulnerability in Qualcomm chipsets could lead to spying, data theft and more malware on Android handsets worldwide.
Twitter has asked many Android users to update their apps due to a flaw that might let attackers view direct messages.
Nearby Share lets you easily transfer photos and files between phones. And it's coming to an Android device near you.
Google intends to shake things up in 2020 with the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a. Here’s how the two devices will differ.
At $349, the Google Pixel 4a is an attractive buy, but how does it measure up to the Pixel 4? Find out in our Pixel 4a vs. Pixel 4 face-off.
A new investigation by Which? shows that pre-owned smartphones could put users at risk because the phones may be too old to get critical security updates.
More potentially dangerous adware has been found embedded in budget Android phones offered at low cost through the U.S. Lifeline Assistance program.
A significant number of new Android malware strains can't be removed by normal means, and Kaspersky warns that pre-installed adware only increases the risks of infection.
Where might Google's upcoming Pixel 5 succeed or fail compared to Android's established flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S20? Here's all we know based on the latest rumors.
At least 25 malicious Android apps that amassed millions of downloads were designed to steal Facebook login credentials.
We know a lot about the Galaxy Note 20, but some things remain a mystery. Here's what we're hoping to find out before the phone launches.
Google Maps and other Google-operated services will start automatically deleting your location history after 18 months, the company announced.
Microsoft officially launched its Defender ATP antivirus software for Linux devices, and debuted a beta version of the same enterprise software for Android.
Flash Player comes to its end-of-life on Dec. 31, and Adobe wants to make sure users aren't put at risk.
Google has removed 79 malicious browser extensions from the Chrome Web Store after they were caught spying on users.
Nine different dating apps leaked 20 million 'incredibly sensitive' files online, leaving users open to potential blackmail.
Trend Micro researchers found a new strain of Android malware designed to spy on Chinese dissidents and Uyghur activists.
Twitter took down 32,000 accounts for spreading fake or misleading information favorable to the governments of China, Russia and Turkey.
Security researchers have discovered that cyber criminals are continuing to leverage global pandemic for their own gains.
Google booted 38 dodgy adware-ridden beauty apps from the Play Store, but not before they had been downloaded more than 20 million times.
A new Android flaw called Strandhogg 2.0 could let attackers spoof any legitimate app to steal passwords or spy on users.
Is bloatware bogging your Android phone down, cluttering up your menus and consuming valuable system resources? Here's how to fix that, step-by-step.