Want to get organised with your Android device? Then these apps will help to streamline your busy life, and more besides.
We’ve lined up a selection of excellent Android productivity offerings here, including the best mobile office suites and other trimmings.
There are over a million apps littering the Play store – but only a small amount of them are truly essential for every Android user, including this list of ten must-have apps.
Forget rats in your kitchen – it’s the RATs in your computer that you should really be worried about. We show you how to defend your Mac from the vermin.
We take a look at a wide range of excellent utilities for your Android smartphone, from threat protection through to apps that monitor your CPU performance or network traffic.
Want to keep your Android handset secure? Then check out this selection of top notch security suites, password managers, VPN apps and other goodies.
Your smartphone contains so much information about you, that it might as well be you – which is why you should think very seriously about properly protecting your handset.
Flappy Bird is a shallow experience – a veritable bird bath compared to the deeper waters of gaming, shall we say. So why was it so popular?
Flappy Bird might be gone, but there are other games which can engage your avian navigation skills, and we've rounded them up here.
Flappy Bird is going to have at least 15 more minutes of fame – so make the most of it and outdo your friends with these seven tips.
Need a gaming fix for your Android device? We’ve got some great recommendations here, from a sci-fi spoof to a ridiculous fishing game.
Every few months, AV-Test releases the results of their Android malware protection testing, and this time round there's good news for Android. But with mobile malware proliferating, is this enough?
The latest version of Android is slicker and faster than ever, but we can’t help feel that there’s something of a lack of direction here.
We want the police to catch criminals, to tap criminals' phones and catch more criminals, but US companies are increasingly selling access to law enforcement for controversial "cell tower dumps."
Social engineering is what powers phishing emails, and malicious websites disguises as safe ones - but what can you do to protect your businesses from the one attack a firewall won't stop?
Two popular apps, Tube Map Live Underground and Android's Super Backup have been found to leak users' personal data to potential malicious attackers.
The recent social engineering capture the flag competition at DEFCON exposed major companies' weaknesses to this form of attack, but it also revealed a gender divide in its effectiveness.
Has Apple left a security hole with its new iPads, and their lack of Touch ID? We discuss the issue, and how best to secure your iPad.
Google has helped to develop qCraft, a Minecraft mod that allows players to experiment with quantum entanglement, superposition, and observer dependency, and quantum computers.
This Android app may be limited in terms of utility, but it handles Microsoft Office files very neatly, and it's free to download.
The fingerprint scanner is one of the major new features of the 5S – but does it cause more security problems than it solves?
iOS 7 rolls into town tomorrow, and Cupertino’s latest mobile OS brings a whole load of new security features with it.
We look at what you can do in the case of a stolen Android handset, whether you were prepared for the eventuality, or not.
Apple has launched a beta interface for iCloud with the new look to be featured in iOS 7, and you can read our thoughts on the UI here.