Highly organised Russian groups have transformed mobile hacking into an industrial scale business, a kind of “malware-as-a-service,” complete with marketing affiliates, distributors and customer support.
Taking a look at IDC’s smartphone numbers, one thing is clear – success currently comes to those making iPhones and Android devices.
All those ads you see on Facebook when you whip out your phone to creep on your friends’ profiles are paying off big for the social network. Like, “billions of dollars” kind of big.
The impact of hacked SIM cards, one of the few stalwarts in the high-tech industry that has not seen a serious exploit, could be monumental.
In a few weeks, your wait for the Moto X will come to an end. Motorola plans to take the wraps off its most anticipated Android phone ever on August 1.
The search giant’s Executive Chairman was spotted at the Allen and Co. media conference on Thursday using a mysterious Motorola smartphone.
A security flaw could affect 99 percent of Android devices, a researcher claims, but the reality is that most Android users have very little to worry about.
Motorola still isn’t showing the phone, naming a release date, or providing concrete details.
The things that cyber-criminals are able to do with your phone are terrifying.
Wall Street plans to hold a simulated cyber-attack against equity markets this month that experts hope will set an example of how industries should test their defences against assailants.