Take a look at our top five new apps of the week. Roger is finally out on Android, and SoundHound brought Hound out of private beta. Tech newsletter Morning Reader also released an iOS and Android app, so you can keep up with the latest on…
Skycure co-founders Adi Sharabani and Yair Amit revealed that a new kind of malware puts a stunning 500,000,000 Android phones at risk. That's the equivalent of 65 percent of Android devices on the market today.
In the most recent update for its Fire tablets, Amazon has removed device encryption, a move that could be seen as backwards thinking. But the company has since backtracked and says full-disk encryption will return in a spring update.
The BlackBerry Priv is now available from Verizon, essentially meaning that the device is now available to 80 percent of U.S. customers. The device's main draw is the fact that it is one of the few to offer a physical keyboard.
Taking a page out of Apple's book, Samsung has unveiled a smartphone leasing program. It's already available in the U.K. and could be launching in South Korea on March 11, but no word on the U.S. just yet.
We sat down with the leading developer of mobile VR sound solutions, German-based research firm Fraunhofer Institute. The creator of the MP3, Fraunhofer is now working with Samsung, LG, Google, and others with its open-source 3D surround…
Because the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and LG G5 don't use Google's new adoptable storage system, it was believed apps couldn't be installed on the MicroSD Card. However, that's not the case for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.