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==UPDATE 28Dec15== Google's Project Fi is Your Next Phone Company . . . If Google bought T-Mobile, they could control the platforms and process by which most of the worlds information is delivered to people. Google has somewhere around a 65% share of the search...
The Android smartphone OS is a popular target for malware writers. Stay up-to-date with the latest information to prevent becoming a victim. . . . Image By Etamme (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Researching insecurities and vulnerabilities of consumer grade wi-fi routers
Although mobile #malware has not reached the epic proportions of desktop malware, it is still a growing threat. Check back often to stay abreast of the latest threats.
Google+ is just brimming over with social goodness, and this is my attempt to capture the more interesting links and websites about Google+
Issue M2P:20130430 Man of Steel *Movie facts *Movie Trailers *High Quality Man of Steel Action Figures --
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Discover the three biggest threats to your smartphone, and how you can protect yourself and your #smartphone. -- Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / http://www.freedigitalphotos.net FreeDigitalPhotos.net
M2P Issue M2P:20130508
This bag is slowly morphing into a collection of links where you can find great #computer, #laptop, #tablet, and #software deals and useful information.
BlackBerry OS may be the most secure smartphone, but the writers of mobile malware have BlackBerry users squarely in their sites. . . . Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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