Category Archives: Smartphone use

Mobile versions of websites may tempt hackers

Why the mobile versions of websites are particularly vulnerable to hacking and redirects. Continue reading

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Where are the smartphone-friendly websites?

Why do so few businesses have mobile-friendly versions of their websites? Continue reading

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My AT&T iPhone prediction: Charges for opt-out text message spam will piss off customers

AT&T charges for text messaging subscription scams like Horoscopegenie are pissing off customers. Continue reading

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iPhone tip: Overwhelmed by resolutions?

If your New Year’s resolutions include coming up with a better way to manage and remember passwords, check out 1Password from Agilebits. Continue reading

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How to disable Carrier IQ on Apple iPhone

It’s easy to turn off and disable Carrier IQ in the iPhone iOS. Continue reading

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Smartphone bliss

According to a new national study, 35% of American adults own smartphones like the iPhone or Android. And they love them. Continue reading

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Foursquare or Gowalla? Taking sides in the location war

According to Media Daily Online, 7 percent of mobile users and 17 percent of smartphone users “check in” to report their location to social networks. I’m one of them. For the past few months, I’ve been happily using the location … Continue reading

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