Google's new Android encryption policy is great, but you don't necessarily need to wait for an OS update to protect your data from investigators, be they government snoops or someone you know.
Carefully monitoring permissions when installing an app is the best way to safeguard your privacy and pocketbook.
If you’re in the market for screen real-estate, Android has a convenient solution: use your tablet as laptop overflow screen.
Spoiler alert! Android’s new dialer in 4.4.3, deploying to some devices now, reveals a new design direction.
Starbucks is adding wireless chargings to its coffee shops, but it's shockingly limited by a lack of compatible devices. Here's how to make your phone work with them.
Cheap plastic tags let you control your Android device through short-range radio communications. Here’s everything you need to know about how to implement a DIY solution.
Scrambling your mobile communications makes it harder for criminals to pluck out juicy chunks of data, like banking passwords.
Thanks to smartphones and social networks, disaster prep is easier than ever.
Sensors help players improve their game with smart gadgets and digital coaching.
The Chromebook owns just 1 percent of the PC market, but may find long-term success in the classroom.
A German appliance maker starts a separate firm to design sensors so its products can communicate over the Internet to each other and other gadgets.
One in four cloud vendors will be gone by 2014, Gartner analysts predict.
3D printing is not only entering the consumer space these days, but it also is finding application in the filmmaking industry.
Open source is a development model and not a support one that does bug fixing, according to Red Hat global CEO and president, Jim Whitehurst.
Most security breaches can be blamed on known but unpatched vulnerabilities, according to Kaspersky Lab.
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