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These days you can't do anything without a password, so you probably have lots of them. The right password manager can help you keep track of all of that.
Although supposedly beefed up in Windows 8.1, Microsoft's Defender software still isn't doing enough to keep users safe from malware, AV-Test told TPCR this week.
Apple and a flock of other developers produce "anti-theft" apps. What are these apps designed to do? How well do they really work? Read this hands-on roundup.
Not that long ago, lots of people would have laughed at the very thought of malware ever afflicting a tablet or smartphone. Now, while some users still question the need[...]
We use our tablets for email and the Web and don't give it a second thought. Here's some apps that can help keep our communications private.
Kaspersky has released a multi-device security product for PCs, Macs and Android devices, while revealing plans to roll in a "safe browser" for iOS by the end of this year.
FileMaker, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, has released three new editions of its Bento personal database for consumers and SMBs, including a major redesign of Bento for iPad.
With the countdown on for Windows RT tablets, and a lot of details still on the way, what's known at this point about Microsoft's OS, and what's hanging in the[...]
There's no denying that tablets have become an integral part of many people's lives. Yet, as more business adopt bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approaches for employees, a new study takes a look[...]
At CES, Pervasive Group will give an official launch to two MMGuardian apps for letting parents control the use of tablets and smartphones by children and teens.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't[...]
After the iOS release of its Net Nanny "safe browser," ContentWatch plans a family security app for Windows 8 and possibly RT, TabletPCReview has learned.
The rate at which developers are submitting apps to the Windows Store has picked up after slowing earlier in the year.
Those who are concerned about someone making improper use of their iTunes account can now turn on two-step verification, making purchases more secure.
A new edition of Symantec's Norton Mobile Security adds a privacy feature for identifying risky Android apps. New for iOS devices is a 'scream' antitheft feature.
On the same day it unveiled two new tablets with much fanfare, Apple also quietly put out IOS 7.0.3. This new version of its mobile operating system includes some new[...]
Employees of the U.S. Department of Defense will soon be able to use an Apple iPad as part of their jobs.
Users of Apple's new iOS 7 quickly found a bug in the unlock screen that allowed unauthorized users to access some of the features of Apple's devices. iOS 7.0.2 has[...]
Both military and civilian employees of the Department of Defense (DoD) can now use Apple's tablets and smartphones for tasks that aren't related to high security.
Your Internet Service Provider can now legally track you and sell your info. There are some steps Android users can take to protect their privacy, however.