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iPhone is the most secure smart phone with highest level of core security protocols.

While Android phones are constantly targeted by cybercriminals, the iPhone is considered more secure. Now, leaked documents from one of the world’s leading surveillance companies have reaffirmed the idea. As spotted by the Washington Post, a leaked document from Gamma Group, a secretive seller of surveillance tools, emerged on the Internet last week. Hosted on … Continue reading

Google Tests New Music Ads

Image of one of Google’s new “Listen Now” ads Google is testing “Listen Now” ads with Spotify, Rhapsody and Apple‘s AAPL +0.28% Beats Music, the latest in a string of new ad formats that can simplify purchases for consumers. Search for the name of a musical artist, from “The Beatles” to “Miley Cyrus” to “Camille Saint-Saens,” … Continue reading

Bring Jet-Fighter Tech to Your Car with Navdy

Navdy hardware (Navdy) Many new cars are available today with a piece of jet-fighter technology called a “heads-up display,” a projector that shoots key data, like your speed or navigation data, onto your windshield, right in your line of sight. Fighter (and some airline) pilots use HUDs so they can keep their eyes on the … Continue reading

Apple iPhone 6 Will Reportedly Launch Sept. 9

Apple fans might want to mark Sept. 9 on their calendars, because that’s the date the highly anticipated iPhone 6 will reportedly make its grand debut. The news comes by way of Re/code’s John Paczkowski, who has an excellent track record when it comes to covering Apple and, specifically, reporting when Apple will host events.  … Continue reading

How hackers could slam on your car’s brakes

A report shared exclusively with CNNMoney shows that the 2014 Jeep Cherokee, 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2014 Toyota Prius were the most ‘hackable’ of 20 car models reviewed by automotive security researchers. The 2014 Dodge Viper and 2014 Audi A8 were the least hackable. Security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek did their analysis by … Continue reading

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