A cybersecurity firm has disclosed that the flagship smartphones of Samsung from the Galaxy S3 to the latest Galaxy S6 are vulnerable to hackers. In a thorough research by NowSecure, it found out that the prediction software used by the flagship smartphones of the Korean tech giant can be tricked to accept a malicious file when the software updates.
Source: Prediction Software of Samsung Smartphones from the Galaxy S3 to the Galaxy S6 Opens Them Up to Hackers!
Canadians can get their hands on the much anticipated LG G4 smartphone beginning June 19th. Since its global introduction, the LG G4 has been widely praised for its exceptional camera, vivid and expansive display, and willingness to set new rules defining what a premium mobile device can deliver.
Source: LG Electronics Canada | The LG G4 to Launch in Canada June 19th
Vodafone, one of the world’s largest mobile phone groups, has revealed the existence of secret wires that allow government agencies to listen to all conversations on its networks, The Guardian reports.
Mobile backend service provider StackMob is being acquired in a deal expected to be announced soon, according to multiple TechCrunch sources.
While not everyone’s comfortable with splashing out on a fancy Vertu phone, there’s no stopping us from appreciating the company’s craftsmanship and engineering expertise since its Nokia days.
Microsoft is preparing to ship its Windows Phone 8.1 update with two significant changes: a notification center and a Siri-like personal assistant. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans have revealed to The Verge that the company is currently beta testing copies of Windows Phone 8.1 internally, with plans to fully detail its features at the Build Developer Conference in April, 2014.
The NSA is tracking the whereabouts of mobile devices across the globe, collecting 5 billion location-based records daily.
Orange SA, France’s biggest phone company, said it may be interested in entering Canada’s wireless market, including renting spectrum from other carriers.
The latest LG Nexus 5 leak comes from Canada. The specs of the yet to be announced smartphone got revealed in a pre-registration page for the Canadian wireless carrier Wind Mobile.