Recent New York Times report sheds light on how companies are using smartphone tracking technology to collect, analyze, and resell location data to advertisers and marketing technology.
According to cyber security firm Check Point Software Technologies, Android app makers are still not patching old security flaws, some of which date back to 2014.
While there is no evidence at present of a rash of "juice jacking attacks on public USB charging stations, or even any novel exploits of this nature, appropriate precautions should still be taken.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is suing Israeli surveillance technology firm NSO Group. It alleged that NSO group exploited a WhatsApp hack to spy on more than 1,400 people in 20 countries.
In a recent case against Retina-X, FTC alleged the developer created monitoring apps that provide online and physical tracking of individuals which could also be used for illegal activities.
Top 30 travel apps were found not to meet basic security and privacy standards in a recent study. Should users take the risks for great travel deals and savings in money?
New iPhone exploit allows anyone to permanently jailbreak by using a USB cable to bypass the bootROM. The exploit compromises all models from iPhone 4S to iPhone X and cannot be fixed with a software update.
Privacy concerns over AI and mobile apps are rising in China as their data protection standards and respect for personal privacy appear to be lower than in the West.
Huawei claims that not only will they benchmark its Hongmeng OS against Apple iOS when it comes to data privacy and security, it will also be 60% faster than Android and MacOS.