T-Mobile has unveiled Account Takeover Protection, using PIN numbers to protect lines from being migrated out by bad actors.
The latest version of iOS, version 15.4, finally brings support for Face ID with masks.
Samsung Experience Division CEO JH Han literally bowed in apology to shareholders over the company throttling apps on its phones.
iPhone production has been halted at Foxconn factories in China as a result of soaring COVID cases.
Google is deploying an Air Raid Alerts system for Android users in Ukraine, in an effort to help them stay safe.
At Apple’s Peak Performance event, CEO Tim Cook took the wraps off the iPhone 13 SE, following months of rumors and anticipation.
Hacker group Lapsus$ is in the news again, this time for stealing 190GB of Samsung data and Galaxy code.
A new organization is trying to challenge Apple, calling for the company to allow third-party browser engines on iOS.
Samsung plans to roll out an update that will fix throttling on its phones, following reports of more than 10,000 apps being throttled.
Samsung doesn’t appear to have learned from Apple, as the company has been caught throttling thousands of apps’ performance.
Lawmakers want information about Pegasus, the spyware developed by NSO Group, demanding answers from Apple and the FBI about the latter’s use of it.
Apple has revealed its upcoming event, called “Peek Performance,” scheduled for March 8.
Samsung’s Exynos chip was lauded as one of the best chances for the Android world to challenge Apple’s performance on smartphones…but that hasn’t happened.
Apple is reportedly preparing to release an updated iPhone SE with 5G, and it may cost as little as $199.
The world’s largest smartphone maker shipped roughly 100 million phones with broken encryption, putting its customers at risk.
Some users are not happy with Google’s decision to stop supporting the Pixel 3, and there appears to be no technical reason for the decision.
Google is taking a page from Apple, laying the groundwork for privacy sandboxing in its Android operating system (OS).
Apple is working to address issues with AirTags, specifically bad actors using them in ways the company never intended.
Just a month after OnwardMobility reassured prospective customers it was still working on a revived Blackberry, new reports indicate the project is vaporware.