You can be the victim of identity theft from malicious mobile apps in the same way desktop computer viruses steal information. Malware writers have moved on to mobile devices as a way to steal data from unsuspecting iPhone, Android, iPad or other tablets and smartphones users. This article gives you three signs that your mobile device has a virus and what you can do to protect your device.
Software And Devices
Recent improvements in technology have led to the development of Solid State Drives, known as SSDs for short. These are new forms of hard drives that enable computers to work at higher efficiency. This article looks at what SSDs are, and explains why they are so revolutionary.
Robotic vacuum cleaners are all the rage these days, and they are great for bringing a bit of modern day technology to our lives.
This article highlights five discovery tools for finding new iOS and Android apps. Instead of trying to search through iTunes or Google Play, there are a number of helpful app discovery engines that can significantly improve your chances of finding quality applications for your tablet or smart phone.
Computer viruses are much different than what they were 20 years ago. New malware steals your identity, and viruses are even written for mobile devices. This article describes the common and especially nasty viruses that are used in identity theft and stealing your data.
Apps have come to define our mobility. Today, no handset or tablet is complete without a downloaded app. We’ve grown used to apps, have come to depend on apps, but how many of us understand the nuts and bolts of app development? This article describes the three kinds of apps.