Android bloatware: What you need to know

If you have bought an Android phone on contract from a wireless provider, you’ve likely noticed apps that come preinstalled on your device. These apps are called bloatware, which many users don’t want. The problem is, they’re difficult — if not impossible — to uninstall. Luckily, there is something you can do about them. What […]

Strengthen your smartphone’s security

Hackers aren’t just trying to crack your desktop computers’ passwords, but also your mobile phones’. With cyber criminality running rampant nowadays, it’s become more critical to ensure the safety of all your devices. Let these security tips be your guide. Set a strong password Whether your device requires a 4-set or 6-set numerical PIN, a […]

NSA to secure phones with virtualization

Corporate smartphones and tablets store a significant amount of valuable data. Combine that with their mobile nature and they’re particularly vulnerable to being compromised or stolen. Everyone, including the National Security Agency (NSA), is looking for the next big thing in mobile security, and it might just be virtualization. US government approved The NSA maintains […]

Breaking down Nougat 7.0’s major upgrades

It’s official. Google Pixel users have lost one of their best bragging rights. The latest addition to the family is considered to be one of the most advanced devices on the market. But Android 7.0, one of the most recognized software features, will soon be available to users with older smartphones. Let’s take a sneak […]