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Android-Smartphone secure: you need to know – connect

Especially on the road and in the holidays, the risk of hacker attacks. We will show you what threatens them, and give tips on how to secure your Android Smartphone or Tablet in the best way possible against attackers and their Malware. Android-Smartphone secure: you need to know Security Apps & Encryption Two-factor authentication & …

Security Apps & encryption – connect

Android-Smartphone secure: you need to know Security Apps & Encryption Two-factor authentication & VPN Cameras, Micro & Conclusion © georgejmclittle / Fotolia.com Also on the Smartphone there is Malware security Apps to protect. Huge differences in quality of security Apps Security Apps and suites are considered to be essential for the protection of your Android …

Two-factor authentication & VPN – connect

Android-Smartphone secure: you need to know Security Apps & Encryption Two-factor authentication & VPN Cameras, Micro & Conclusion Two-factor authentication is effective even in the case of cracked accounts More important than the security of your local data, but is expected to be the access data of your Online accounts. Depending on how these are …

Cameras, micro & conclusion – connect

Android-Smartphone secure: you need to know Security Apps & Encryption Two-factor authentication & VPN Cameras, Micro & Conclusion Smartphone cameras and MICS as a security risk One of the worst scenarios you can imagine, when security comes to Smartphone and Tablet, is the access of hackers to the built-in cameras and microphone. The best encryption …

Motorola Droid X already gets an update

We’ve had the Motorola Droid X for all of, oh, about 10 hours now, and damned if it hasn’t already gotten a software update. Not sure exactly what was changed in version 1.13.516.en.US (that’s up from 1.113.514) because the changelog link points to Motorola’s home page. More than likely it’s just something that was changed …

Droid set for Android 2.2 in July, and Droid X to follow?

So the Droid X isn’t launching with Android 2.2. That’s a bummer. And and it’s not going to be available until “late summer.” That’s what we were told at Verizon’s Droid X event, and it’s what Verizon’s saying in the internal document you see above. But the doc also says that the original Droid will get Android 2.2 …