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Running late for a meeting? No problem

Are you running late for a company meeting because of traffic? Well, if you have a Pebble smartwatch, you can let your colleagues know without taking out your iOS or Android smartphone and risking an accident.

iPhone's biggest security threat could be USB connections

Apple's iPhone may be most vulnerable to malware when connected to a computer, according to IDG News Service.

More than a fifth of active Android devices now running on Android Kit Kat

Adoption of Android 4.4 Kit Kat continue to grow, topping 20.9% of active devices in August.

Enterprise apps are cash cows for developers

When it comes to apps, the numbers suggest that developers are looking to create the next popular hit among the masses, but the enterprise is where the money is.

'Factory wipe' on Android devices doesn't actually get rid of your naked selfies

Performing a standard factory wipe on Android devices isn't enough to prevent their recovery.

BlackBerry CEO calls Android's Knox security 'far from enough'

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has taken swipe at Android's Knox security, shortly after Google announced that it will be implementing more enterprise-centric security and management features to Android as part of what it called 'Android for Work.'  

This week's 5 hot new apps: Set up connected homes in a Wink; Budgeting to get Level Money; more

A roundup of the 5 hottest new apps of the past week.

Mobile payment malware infections are on the rise, warns Cheetah Mobile

The number of daily infected users worldwide climbed from below 12,000 in May to more than 16,000 at the end of June.

Spotlight: Android flaw enables hackers to make rogue phone calls

Most Android devices suffer from a security flaw that enables malware to make unauthorized phone calls, disrupt calls and execute codes that can access device functions and other unauthorized actions, warns IDG News Service.

Google, Apple fight for enterprise mobility dominance while Microsoft, BlackBerry lurk in shadows

While the battle over enterprise mobility dominance has been historically unpredictable, the main players are ever-refining their platforms to reach the top. Recent conferences from Apple and Google showed their plans for future iterations to further separate themselves from one another and lurking competitors, namely Microsoft and BlackBerry.