• Shooting the Messenger: Understanding the Threats to the Media and Broadcasting Industry

    Shooting the Messenger: Understanding the Threats to the Media and Broadcasting Industry

    Download Amid all of the noise, it's often tricky for organizations to identify and prioritize the threats they face online.Organizations in the media and broadcasting industry are no exception.
  • AWS Announces AI, Hybrid Cloud Innovations

    AWS Announces AI, Hybrid Cloud Innovations

    Along with Amazon Lex, the company introduced Amazon Polly, which allows developers to add natural-sounding speech capabilities to news readers or e-learning platforms.The company also announced AWS Greengrass, software that lets customers run AWS Lambda compute, messaging, data caching and sync operations on connected devices.
  • Cybercriminals: Unmasking The Villain

    Download With all of the overwhelming statistics on cybercrime, it can be easy to forget that there are actual people behind these facts and figures.Have you ever wondered who they are?
  • Don’t Miss These Android Stories: December 2, 2016

    Don’t Miss These Android Stories: December 2, 2016

    Wow, it’s already December.This year has absolutely flown by.
  • DEALS: Refurbished Gear S2 Smartwatch for $109, LG 360 CAM for $99

    DEALS: Refurbished Gear S2 Smartwatch for $109, LG 360 CAM for $99

    The latest deal we’ve spotted is on the CAM 360 from LG for just $99 (down from $199 list price), and a refurbished Gear S2 smartwatch from Samsung for just $109.The CAM 360 is much like Samsung’s Gear 360, being that it’s a camera capable of shooting spherically.
  • Ransomware: All Locked Up And No Place To Go

    Hospitals, government agencies and individuals have all been hit by this growing menace, and the threat is only going to grow.As cybercriminals learn just how effective this method of extortion is, Kaspersky Lab experts predict that ransomware attacks will become increasingly targeted at organizations most likely to pay.
  • Healthcare Ransomware: Hospitals On Hold

    Patients being admitted by handwritten records.And a mysterious message explaining that the only way to get things back up and running is to pay a ransom.
  • The Threats From Within

    Download Your employees are your most valuable asset.But they can also be the weakest link in your security chain.
  • The Dangers Of Phishing: Help Employees Avoid The Lure Of Cybercrime

    Download Phishing, which targets employees through fraudulent emails with the intent of getting at sensitive corporate data, is one of the biggest threats to corporate IT security.In fact, Kaspersky Lab's own research shows that in the aftermath of a phishing attack, professional services are usually required to restore normal service, leading to costly budget overruns.
  • The Best iPad Apps of 2016

    The Best iPad Apps of 2016

    According to Apple, more than a million dedicated iPad apps have been released worldwide.Our staff has tested hundreds of iPad apps and highlighted the best of the best.
  • Amazon, Intel Partner to Advance Smart Home Tech

    Amazon, Intel Partner to Advance Smart Home Tech

    From Amazon Echo and the Nest Learning Thermostat to Philips Hue light bulbs and the August Smart Lock, there are already loads of gadgets on the market that can make your home a little smarter.Now, two tech giants — Amazon and Intel — are coming together to "advance the Smart Home ecosystem and extend natural language capabilities to consumers everywhere.
  • Weekly Rewind: Watch Netflix offline, Fitbit to buy Pebble, a smart duvet cover

    Weekly Rewind: Watch Netflix offline, Fitbit to buy Pebble, a smart duvet cover

    Chances are your Android phone is running an older version and unfortunately, there is a malware campaign affecting more than 1 million Google accounts.You don’t need internet to enjoy your favorite Netflix shows with offline viewing ‘Tis the season for oversized meals, oversized sweaters, and now, oversized quantities of Netflix.
  • Google's Santa Village Now Open for Business

    Google's Santa Village Now Open for Business

    Every year, Google enjoys deploying its Santa Tracker application for everyone to watch on Christmas Eve, but this year, Santa’s Village is back, now open for users on Android, iOS, desktop, and Android TV.In Santa’s Village, kids can find plenty of interactive games that are holiday themed, lesson plans for subjects like computer science and geography, plus new experiences every day leading up to Santa’s launch to spread toys and cheer.
  • The  Show: Episode 127 - Catching Up on Home

    The Show: Episode 127 - Catching Up on Home

    On today’s episode of the Droid Life Show, we’ll catch up on the past couple of weeks of Android news, including our Google Home review, the OnePlus 3T, a big Pixel update, Motorola’s plans for Mods and a new 360, DIRECTV NOW, Nougat updates galore, and even start preparing for CES.Join us live at 1:00PM Pacific (4:00PM Eastern) for the fun.
  • Android Auto Supports "OK Google" Hotword, Finally

    Android Auto Supports "OK Google" Hotword, Finally

    Should you update the Android Auto app from Google Play, you will notice a new feature, one you might have expected to be available a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.I’m speaking, of course, about the “OK Google” hotword command.
  • Airdroid Found to Have "Multiple" Security Vulnerabilities, Fix is Supposedly on the Way

    Airdroid Found to Have "Multiple" Security Vulnerabilities, Fix is Supposedly on the Way

    What’s the deal, should you be worried as an Airdroid use?As is almost always the case with these reports, that means your home and work networks are almost guaranteed to be fine to use with Airdroid today and forever.
  • Qualitative Data - the Other Stuff

    Qualitative Data - the Other Stuff

    In fact, quantitative data is but one kind of data, and the information it provides gives a one-dimensional view of the world.There are two kinds of qualitative data too.
  • Report: Foxconn Manager Steals $1.5M Worth of iPhones

    Report: Foxconn Manager Steals $1.5M Worth of iPhones

    A former manager at Apple manufacturer Foxconn apparently had a lucrative iPhone theft scheme going on for some time, but is now the one about to pay.From 2013 to 2014, the man and his accomplices reportedly stole around 5,700 iPhones and sold them to stores, raking in nearly $2.
  • Think Twice Before Buying Unofficial Apple Chargers

    Think Twice Before Buying Unofficial Apple Chargers

    Approximately 99 percent of phony Apple chargers bought online are unsafe, according to a report from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (TSI).The UK-based organization recently bought and analyzed 400 allegedly counterfeit accessories from suppliers in Australia, Canada, China, Colombia, Thailand, and the US.
  • Buy your iPhone charger straight from Apple, warns a new safety study

    Buy your iPhone charger straight from Apple, warns a new safety study

    Six weeks after Apple launched a lawsuit in connection with fake chargers and other “Apple” items being sold online, tests carried out by global independent safety body UL on such devices have shown 99 percent of them to be unsafe.’s Trading Standards organization, UL officials tested 400 fake chargers – sold as made by Apple but found to be fake – and discovered that all but three fell short of basic safety standards, the BBC reported Thursday.