Bipartisan Bill Tackles Shady Data Harvesting, Big Tech’s Lies

A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate earlier this week aims to put an end to the kind of shady data harvesting practices that have been running rampant in the Silicon Valley and

UK Blasts Huawei’s Security Practices, Alludes To Ban

A top British official in charge of cybersecurity referred to Huawei’s network security and engineering practices as “shoddy” and alluded to a potential selective ban coming in the Chinese company’s direction further down the road

Xiaomi’s Security App Compromised Millions Android Users

Guard Provider, a cybersecurity app Xiaomi pre-installs on the vast majority of its contemporary Android smartphones, is an inherently flawed piece of software that compromised millions of users around the world, threat research company Check

Global Smartphone Market To Start Recovering In 2020: Gartner

The global smartphone market is set for another year-long period of stagnation but should start showing signs of recovery by 2020, industry tracker Gartner reported Monday.

The current issue is neither new nor exclusive to

Global Smartphone Market To Start Recovering In 2020: Gartner

The global smartphone market is set for another year-long period of stagnation but should start showing signs of recovery by 2020, industry tracker Gartner reported Monday.

The current issue is neither new nor exclusive to

Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Scanner Remains Spoofable

In-display or not, the fingerprint scanner used by the Galaxy S10 lineup remains rather spoofable by anyone who has the technical know-how and enough malicious intent to trick the biometric solution into wrongly granting access

Reality Check: Samsung’s Q1 2019 Profits Cut In Half

Samsung is in for a rough year as the honeymoon period that lasted longer than most analysts expected due to an unprecedented chip industry boom is now definitely over.

While the company already gave investors

Pentagon Warns Blind mmWave Pursuit Could Spell Disaster In 5G Race

The United States Department of Defense warned the domestic wireless industry about overreliance on any single technological approach to the fifth generation of mobile networks, suggesting the sector should be looking to diversify as much

MIT Cuts Ties With Huawei & ZTE, Citing Cyber Security Risks

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is cutting ties with Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE, the Boston-based university said this week.

The move will see MIT reject all pending “engagement” proposal that came from Huawei and

Google Makes Android Q Beta 2 Available On Non-Pixel Phones

While the second beta version of Android Q officially only launched on Google’s Pixel smartphones, Alphabet’s subsidiary also delivered a way to get the very latest build of its operating system up and running on