Mobile

Battle Royale
Battle Royale

'PUBG' Apologizes and Pulls Content That Referenced Japanese War Crimes

The popular video game contained a mask emblazoned with Japan’s Rising Sun flag and a reference to its most notorious war criminals.
Matthew Gault
7.20.18
cold storage
cold storage

A Blockchain Phone Is an Interesting Idea Until You Lose It

The upcoming Finney phone by Sirin Labs and the HTC Exodus let users keep their cryptocurrency in cold storage; but is being your own bank really such a good idea?
Jordan Pearson
7.12.18
ruh roh
ruh roh

Canada’s New National Alert System Failed Spectacularly During Its First Test

Alerts didn’t make it to mobile devices in Quebec and Ontario.
Jordan Pearson
5.7.18
Battlegrounds
Battlegrounds

I Like 'PUBG Mobile' More Than the Real Thing

The hugely popular 'PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds' has come to mobile devices and amazingly it is not bad at all.
Matthew Gault
3.20.18
Stay Vigilant
Stay Vigilant

66 Percent of Popular Android Cryptocurrency Apps Don't Use Encryption

After analysis, 94 percent had "at least three" medium-risk vulnerabilities.
Jordan Pearson
11.29.17
malware
malware

20 Percent of Mobile Cryptocurrency Malware Attacks Are In the US

And infection rates could rise.
Jordan Pearson
11.9.17
wish list
wish list

This Personal Space Robot Protects You From Talking to Real Live People

And appears to turn them into anime.
Jordan Pearson
10.3.17
Gold and Silver
Gold and Silver

I Went on a 'Pokémon Go' Raid at Trump Tower

“Everybody knows I’m the very best, like no one ever was.”
Jacob Kleinman
9.28.17
What Is the iPhone?
What Is the iPhone?

How I Discovered the First Big Mobile Privacy Scandal

That smartphones can track our every movement seems obvious today, but in 2011 we weren't quite used to the idea.
Alasdair Allan
7.19.17
helpful hints
helpful hints

How to Look at Porn on iPhone Reddit Apps

We’ve got your back.
Louise Matsakis
7.13.17
What Is the iPhone?
What Is the iPhone?

Apple’s Third Co-Founder Has Never Used an iPhone and Has No Regrets

83-year-old Ronald G. Wayne designed Apple’s first logo and cashed out his 10 percent share for just $800. But he would do it again in a heartbeat.
Madeline Moitozo
7.11.17
super
super

Homeland Security Will Begin “Heightened Screening” of Phones on All US-Bound Flights

In March, the agency announced a ban on electronics on US-bound flights coming from the Middle East and North Africa.
Kaleigh Rogers
6.28.17