Top 10 most dangerous things people do with their smartphones

Top 10 most dangerous things people do with their smartphones

Good folks of Protect Your Bubble prepared a neat infographic to highlight the top 10 most dangerous things people do with their smartphones. Here’s what they’ve got: No password – up to 62% of smartphone owners don’t password-protect their device. Auto sign-in for banking and financial services Take, send and store nude photos on their…

Credo Mobile Now Has the Nexus 5!

Credo Mobile has made its business on offering up the phones people want with a social conscience. The San Francisco based company donates portions of its proceeds to progressive causes such as Planned Parenthood, the Rainforest Action Network, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation Credo now has Google’s latest, the Nexus 5 in both black and…

Snapchat Hacked, 4.6 Million Accounts Compromised

Popular social sharing app Snapchat has been hacked, and the account info for 4.6 million users has been released online. Usernames and a partial phone numbers were available for download on a website set up by the hackers. The phone numbers and account information was posted to SnapchatDB.info. The site was suspended by late Wednesday…

Federal judge deems NSA’s phone snooping legal

Federal judge deems NSA's phone snooping legal

Two weeks after a federal judge in Washington D.C. ruled that NSA’s phone snooping was “almost certainly” unconstitutional, we have different judge “agreeing to disagree”; a federal judge in Manhattan ruled that the NSA’s actions were legal, setting the stage for a possible Supreme Court decision down the road. ACLU brought the case to the…

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