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If you've been looking for the easiest way to encrypt your mobile email, Jack Wallen has the solution with K-9 Mail and AGP.
One of the industry's best security tools gives a hand to frazzled parents.
Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state
Since writing the PGP encryption software in the 1990s, Phil Zimmermann has been a key figure in the internet privacy debate. With that argument heating up again, his perspective i...
Cognitive biases are well-known in psychology, but they also play out daily in IT security. There's a relatively simple solution to overcoming these biases.
Google announced at I/O 2015 that a new mobile payment system, Android Pay, will be rolled out with Android M. How will this work and what does this mean for users? Jack Wallen has...
As Hyundai announces the first production car to sport Android Auto, Jack Wallen ponders the importance of this evolution in mobility.
For startups shopping for VC money, targeting an acquisition is one of the primary options for an exit. To help pick your targets, TechRepublic has broken down how the top 10 tech ...
Alibi is an Android app that records the last hour of your life. So if you're in a protest, police altercation, or even a dangerous personal situation, you can always have evidence...
Mental health is a serious issue in the US, but not enough people have access to professional help. Here are six ways tech is helping bridge that gap.
How do you expect password123 to protect your online accounts? Jack Wallen says, "You can't." He offers a bit of advice to users who choose simplicity over security.