Thursday, 15 Oct 2015
Researchers at the University of Cambridge conducted a study and found that the majority of Android devices are vulnerable to attacks by malicious apps over the last four years. Data collected from the Device Analyzer App also reveals which Android vendors fared better in this aspect. Hit the link to find out more!
Friday, 9 Oct 2015
Facebook Messenger, the world's second most popular instant messaging app, is now supported on the Apple Watch. In addition, it is included in the list of multitasking apps on the iPad.
Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015
Symantec has announced the local availability of Norton Security. The protection software aims to meet the security needs of the end-user at affordable prices. Read on to uncover more details.
If you've been eyeing the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro, the wait may be over soon as Apple is rumored to be launching it in the first week of November alongside the Apple Pencil and Keyboard Case.
Sony has announced a list of Xperia devices which are eligible for the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Hit the link to find out more!
6th-gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, up to 1TB of internal storage and 16GB RAM, Intel HD 520 graphics, optional discrete NVIDIA GeForce graphics, integrated backlit keyboard, glass trackpad - there's really a lot to like about Microsoft first laptop.
Prices start from S$1,338 for the most basic model with Intel Core M3 processor, 4GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage. The highest-end config will set you back S$3,278.
Featuring Windows 10 Pro, a fast 6th-gen Intel Core M, Core i5, or Core i7 processor, a high-res 12.3-inch PixelSense Display, and a better Surface Pen, the Surface Pro 4 outshines its predecessor in every way.
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2015
Jason Mackenzie, the President for HTC America confirmed in a series of tweets that it is "unrealistic" for Android vendors to guarantee monthly security updates for their mobile devices. Want to know why? Hit the link to find out.
Saturday, 3 Oct 2015
More than two months after it was first reported, StageFright strikes back with a new vulnerability that allows Android devices to be hacked after previewing a malicious MP3 or MP4 file on a website.