It’s not easy keeping your devices secure, and mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and, of course, laptops are no exception. But you can do a few things to improve your mobile security. Here’s a look at three of them.
But who will be the first to take the plunge?
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Soon, you'll be able to stream local over-the-air television broadcasts straight to your Nexus tablet.
The account claims to be a Twitter experiment, and hints suggest that's true.
And Microsoft's Surface RT falls firmly in the middle.
Skype's Android app has received a much-needed overhaul, adding a new look and greatly improved video call quality.
Two-factor authentication, encrypted remote storage, virtual private networks: These are your weapons in the fight for Internet security. Use them well.
After conquering the thermostat, Nest Labs now wants to make smoke alarms intelligent.
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Universal content protection methods make sense, but the EFF argues that embracing DRM goes against the philosophy of the open Web.
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