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Encryption protects our privacy and stops hackers, but it also hides criminals and terrorists. So what should we do? That was the question the House Energy and Commerce Committee asked the FBI and other law enforcement heads on Tuesday. Apple and other tech insiders also testified in a separate panel before the committee Tuesday about...

In fact, a line of mobile phones and accessories! We raised an eyebrow at the rumor, we were surprised when specs leaked, but now Pepsi has confirmed to techradar that it is indeed making a smartphone. In fact, it's making more than one and a load of accessories too! A spokesperson for the company told...

CrossOver and Wine have long been famous for helping Windows software run on Linux, and now they're coming to Android. Android devices will soon be able to run Windows applications thanks to CodeWeavers’ CrossOver for Android, which will debut before the end of 2015. Wine for Android was first shown off a few years ago,...

UK phone outlet MobilesPlease reported today that Windows Phone 7 sales may be even more lackluster than originally reported. Data gathered from phones bought on their website, as well as other networks that use their service, shows that only 3% of smartphones sold were Windows Phone devices. This is a far cry from the nearly...

Goes on sale in Australia 25 September Small tweaks with big implications have been introduced in the iPhone 6s series by Apple. There is a next generation processor, better cameras and an improved finger scanner, but perhaps the biggest change concerns the implementation of a feature called 3DTouch. Past revisions to iPhones have upheld Apple’s...

Samsung has been interfering with the automatic Windows Update process by using a .exe file to disable it. The executable "could result in consumer groups red-flagging Samsung products because this practice puts users at risk," suggested Rob Enderle, principal at the Enderle Group. The action "will work against Microsoft's efforts to create an acceptably safe...

Perhaps the one most effective strategy to minimize the risk of Android malware infection is to avoid discount app stores. "Do not download apps from unknown app stores, except if you really trust the specific vendor," said Andy Hayter, security evangelist for G Data. Also, install a malware scanner, and check the permissions thoroughly before...

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