Smartphone pioneer BlackBerry unveiled the latest addition to its series of secure Android smartphones, the BlackBerry DTEK60, part of BlackBerry's new "secure devices" push.
Apple’s latest iOS update might prove to be one of the biggest steps the company has taken toward expanding the iPhone’s role as an enterprise tool as a result of its collaboration with Cisco.
Priced considerably lower than BlackBerry's first Android phone, the new DTEK50 is being touted as "the world's most secure Android smartphone." The $299 DTEK50 is set to ship August 8.
The users of a popular community-based traffic and navigation app could be the targets of stalkers thanks to a vulnerability in the app’s software. But the company says there’s a workaround.
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