Swype’s website has come under attack this evening by a group claiming connections to the pro-Palestinian movement. The website was taken down mid-afternoon (Pacific time) on Saturday, and is still showing a message left there by “TeaM System Dz. Read More..
Most malware writers treat Windows as the ultimate target; a new wrapper on an existing Trojan inverts that idea, using Windows to infect Android devices. A new computer Trojan program attempts to install mobile banking malware on Android devices when they’re connected to infected PCs, according to researchers from Symantec. Read More..
Have you locked your Android device with pattern lock security? And have you forgotten a pattern for it? Don’t worry guys here is the simple way to break it.By using this method you can crack / unlock both, pattern lock as well as pin / password lock. Read More..
2013 was also a year of strong growth for Android, with Google-powered smartphones flying off the shelves, and tablets starting to challenge Apple’s iPad too. That was reflected in the larger number of apps available for both iOS and Android, with Microsoft’s Windows Phone snagging more of the most popular apps for its own store too. Read More..
Rovio has finally released Angry Birds Go! internationally across all major mobile platforms. The game is now available for download for free on iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices.The latest installment in the prolific Angry Birds series – Angry Birds Go! – takes a different approach from killing pigs to beating them in a go-kart race in a whole new dimension, making it the first 3D Angry Birds game. Read More..
The creator of a popular flashlight app for Android phones hid the fact that the app also shared the precise locations of its users to advertisers, the Federal Trade Commission said Thursday.Brightest Flashlight Free, which has been downloaded more than 50 million times, agreed to a settlement after the FTC found that it had shared its users’ geo-location data and the unique identifiers. Read More..
Some iTunes and App Store users are currently unable to log into their accounts using their Apple IDs, receiving a the following error when attempting to sign in: “FATAL::Unable to process your request. Please try again.” Read More..