Google doesn’t like ads that are “bad”. The word “bad” here refers to those ads that are misleading, inappropriate, or harmful. So if you hate (of course you do) those irritating pop-ups that lead to sites showing unrealistic offers or if you sometimes unintentionally end up downloading an app after clicking on an ad, then […]Read more "Google Took Down 1.7 Billion ‘Bad’ Ads In 2016"
If you have been using a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, for your Android smartphone, you could be among those people who consider this as an indispensable protection against hackers trying to compromise confidential data or inject malware into incoming traffic. But, if findings of a recent study are to believed, trusting VPNs blindly could […]Read more "Is Your Trusted Android VPN Trustworthy?"
Samsung was under tremendous pressure to find what went wrong with the Galaxy Note 7. Being one of the most trusted brands in the world, the South Korean conglomerate did owe answers to its customers who have helped the company maintain its lead over its rivals in the worldwide smartphone market. Recalling a product is […]Read more "Samsung: Poor Battery Welding Killed Galaxy Note 7; Here’re 4 Takeaways"