Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 is Safer Internet Day. In the interest of helping spread the word about the many resources available, here are just a few links to check out. →
These days, most apps no longer require an Installer, so when I find one that does, I run this to ensure it’s not going to install something malicious.
Working in technology, I’d wager at least half of the people I encounter have red alert badges on multiple home screen icons. The reasons why they ignore them aren’t important. →
Apple VP, Craig Federighi, tells the FBI to suck it. The FBI wants to roll back safeguards that keep us a step ahead of criminals. We cannot afford to fall →
Before you go buying that used iPhone, make sure you check the Activation Lock Status to ensure it’s clean.
Kudos to Tim Cook for having the courage and leadership. Would be nice if some of the other tech leaders chimed in. Apple’s come out strongly against a proposed UK →
Really interesting view from someone in-the-know. This is what scares me about carrier-controlled mobile operating systems, and the carriers in general. If you have ever questioned, or been questioned about, →
Our mobile devices are more than just a vital conduit to our friends and family. They’re where we keep our most intimate and personal details—photos, music, financial data, and personal →