How factual is it that Android-based phones are not prone to attack by computer viruses?
Sadly, that is completely not true. The big growth in viruses and malware right now *is* code designed to attack smartphones. You should take precautions (there is anti-virus software and the usual 'don't open unsolicited email attachments' applies.
by Randy Godwin4 weeks ago
Anyone who actually knows how the FISA warrants are cleared realize they are a compilation of sometimes hundreds of reasons and known evidence before a judge or judges allow the investigators to begin. ...
by Oztinato2 years ago
Can driverless cars get computer viruses?Electrical storms, sun spots, hackers and viruses could cause millions of car accidents if driverless cars are introduced. Is this "science " getting it wrong again?...
by Nira Perkins3 years ago
What are the differences and similarities between types of cellphones - iPhone, Android, Blackberry?Just wondering what features one might have that the others don't and what purposes each serve. Any info is...
by Marc Lee2 years ago
Do you take the Bible story to be 100 percent factual or do you some of it as analogy?
by ngureco4 years ago
Which Smart-Phone: An Android Phone or Blackberry?
by vinner6 years ago
Now there is a large number of smartphones and mobile platforms available in market. Technology is getting more and more handy. With the implementation of cloud services, the need for large processing power in phones is...
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