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BenQ unveils new Google-certified interactive displays for education
BenQ launches the Board Pro RP04 and the Board Master RM04, Google-certified interactive educational displays.
Avast warns of AI-driven scams in Q3 Threat Report ahead of holiday season
Avast's Q3 Threat Report reveals a surge in cyber threats, including adware, spyware, finance scams and AI-driven dating scams, during the holiday season.
DerSecur offers free vulnerability checks at Govware event with DerScanner
DerSecur, a cybersecurity start-up, is offering a free vulnerability check for mobile and web apps at this year's Govware event in Singapore.
Knowby Pro 4.0: Revolutionizing knowledge management with enhanced user experience
Knowby Pro 4.0, a game changer in knowledge management, promises enhanced user experience with a new web interface.
Discovery partners with Google NZ to showcase Newshub content
Warner Bros Discovery ANZ and Google have partnered to feature Newshub content on Google News Showcase, broadening its reach significantly.
Zimperium reveals new Android threat 'the Schoolyard Bully'
Zimperium has revealed details of a newly discovered Android threat campaign that has been stealing Facebook credentials from unsuspecting users since 2018.
ESET discovers active campaign targeting Android users
Malicious apps used in this campaign are able to exfiltrate contacts, SMS messages, recorded phone calls, and even chat messages.
Hands-on review: Asus CM3 Chromebook
Does the Asus 10.5-inch CM3 Chromebook offer a viable alternative to a Windows notebook? TechDay’s Darren Price finds out.
Bitdefender finds malicious campaign active on Google Play
New research from Bitdefender reveals a Google Play campaign bypassing security checks to deliver potentially malicious content and ads.
Global SMS scam uncovered on Google Play Store, promoted on Tik Tok and Instagram
Over 150 scam apps that trick users into costly subscriptions have been discovered by Avast, including ones on the Google Play Store.
Google adds protection in its fight against bad apps
Google has introduced new policies to protect users and guard against bad apps, prioritising safety on Google Play.
ESET uncovers chat app malware spying and stealing user's data
New cyber-espionage operation targeted at Middle East users disguises itself as a chat app, according to ESET researchers.
Check Point catches new form of Joker malware targeting Google Play Store
'Joker' malware hides in Android apps, evading Google Play Store protections to capture user information, warns Check Point.
Developers using Firebase urged to check configuration after leak exposed
Security alert: 24,000 Android apps leak user data via Firebase misconfigurations, says Comparitech.
Mobile game downloads jump 40% in three years
The market is the single largest revenue source of the entire gaming industry, and downloads have been rising steadily since 2016.
Addams Family Mystery Mansion now available on Android and iOS
It's a ‘darkly humorous’ mobile game, in which players must help Morticia and Gomez to reunite their family and refurnish their home.
New wellness app launches in New Zealand
Blys, a new on-demand wellness app designed to combat everyday stresses, is beginning its international rollout by launching in New Zealand, Auckland.
The dark side of apps: Security threats on the rise
Security threats targeting mobile devices are increasing, with one security firm citing the large number of users as a key reason.
So you want to build a viral app: Tips from an industry guru
Plenty of people hope their app will make them rich, but only a few apps ever make it.
Freeview On Demand now on streaming device
Freeview's On Demand platform is now available on its streaming device, DISH TV SmartVU X, offering viewers a one-stop-shop for free content.
Do you use the Peel Smart Remote app? Delete or update it now
Peel Smart Remote could leak your personal pictures, information, and documents to an unknown server.
Popular Android apps track users and violate Google's policies
Google has reportedly taken action against some of the violators.
Android malware used to target North Korean defectors
A malware called RedDawn used Google Play to apparently target North Korean defectors, according to security firm McAfee.
Parents beware! Malware may be hitchhiking on game apps
Check Point researchers have revealed a new and nasty malicious code hiding on Google Play Store.