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How to Hack a Smartphone, Part 1 By IDG.TV Meir Machlin of Trust Digital demonstrates how to hack a smartphone using SMS. ...Read More »
How to Hack a Smartphone, Part 2 By IDG.TV In the second of two parts, Meir Machlin of Trust Digital continues his demonstration of a smartphone hack. In this demonstration, Machlin turns of security settings remotely and wipes the device. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: Android vs iOS Which is more secure? By IDG.TV Apple's iOS has long had the reputation of being more secure than Android, but that may not necessarily be the case. Here's how to evaluate each side's claims about mobile security. ...Read More »
All You Need to Know About Lead Generation By Dan Radak Even though every person out there is a potential client, a new business owner soon comes to differentiate between various kinds of audience. On the one hand, there are the so-called low-hanging fruits, people who are most likely to become your customers no matter what you do, and on the other, there are those who aren't going to buy from you regardless of the circumstances. Aside from this, there is a wide spectrum of potential customers in between these two groups waiting to be identified. ...Read More »
Tips for prolonging your Galaxy S8's battery life By IDG.TV Samsung's Galaxy S8 has a power-saving mode to help the battery last longer. Well walk you through setup and some best practices for extending battery life. ...Read More »
How Apple can fix iOS 11 | The iPhone Show By IDG.TV iOS 11 is looking like another major revamp for your iPhone and iPad, but there are still a few wrinkles we wish Apple will iron out before the fall. ...Read More »
iPhone vs. Android: 12 key ways they differ By IDG.TV From customization to voice assistants to battery life -- a quick look at the key differences between Apple's iPhone devices and Android phones. ...Read More »
Self-Driving Cars: The 5 Biggest Roadblocks By Tim Scargill The development of self-driving cars has accelerated dramatically over the past decade, and the reality is becoming ever closer. While intermediate levels of autonomy are being pursued by some manufacturers (notably Tesla), the challenges involved in ensuring a human driver re-engages has lead other companies to concentrate their efforts on vehicles that do not require a human driver at all. Whichever path proves more successful in the end, proponents of both approaches aim to have fully autonomous cars on the road by 2020. ...Read More »

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