Stay safe and secure on your iOS device with these security related apps, including one effort that sniffs out malicious QR codes.
Online shopping can be something of a minefield, and there are issues you definitely need to take into account when spending via your mobile.
Want to make your Android handset safer and more secure? Then we’ve got some tips for settings that will help in this cause.
We’ll show you a quick and easy method to check if your email, social network or other online accounts have been compromised.
Think your Android phone or tablet might have a virus? It's easy to find out for sure with our simple guide, which can help you find and isolate malware on your Android device.
Instagram is a fun and simple way to take and share photos and video, but the latter in particular still needs some work on Android.
Independent testing labs which compare mobile security apps are often cited – but how much can the reports they produce be trusted?
WhatsApp is a popular cross-platform text messaging alternative, which is a smart option for those with friends overseas.
Fed up with the official Twitter app for Android? Want to try a fresh alternative? Slices certainly offers some interesting features.
Researchers have announced that UK-based Gamma International’s spy toolkit is now monitoring mobile phones, in a worrying development.
Google Translate is great for quick translations of a few words or a sentence, but isn’t so clever in certain areas such as OCR.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking your Mac is invulnerable to malware. Our top tips show you how to protect your machine.
This week saw a high profile cloud security incident hit Apple. But it’s not the “cloud” that’s the problem, it’s company policy…
If your Angry Birds addiction is wearing off, give Amazing Alex a try - it's a fun, more challenging alternative.
Browsers like Opera Mobile, Dolphin HD, and Firefox will no longer support Flash Player on the incremental OS upgrade, Jelly Bean.
We get to grips with Google's new Nexus 7 and see if you really can buy a high-end tablet at a bargain basement price.
We get some hands on time with the Google Nexus 7 tablet, running from the Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
Clueful is a first-of-its-kind privacy protection app for iOS users, but it's too expensive and incomplete to recommend just yet.