Despite the NSA's insatiable appetite for people's personal data, Americans trust the spy agency more than business.
Can a smartphone manufacturer turn a profit by making security and privacy the linchpins of its product? I doubt it, but Blackphone believes it's possible.
Google and Samsung have challenged university researchers who claimed to have found a major flaw in Knox, Samsung's Android security platform.
Snapchat breach shows how mobile apps are a security gamble.
HTC, which promised regulators this year it would improve mobile security, released a detailed infographic showing the carrier bottleneck in getting out Android updates.
Study finds hacked versions of the most popular apps on Google Play and the App Store are also sold on third-party sites.
University researchers say Knox is so flawed that Samsung needs to 'rethink' security.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University prove it's possible to hijack the iSight webcam and secretly record video.
Rather than pull App Ops, which was praised by privacy advocates, Google should work out the kinks and re-release it.
iBeacon holds lots of promise, but security and reliability are some of the kinks that need to be worked out.
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