Driving Without a Smartphone

A new law in Georgia discourages drivers from even touching a screen. Whether or not it improves safety, it could help break people’s phone habits.

The Security Hole in Apple's New Security Feature

USB Restricted Mode could still let law enforcement into your phone.

Huawei Pushes Back Again on FCC Proposal That Would Hurt Its Business

FCC officials say the Chinese telecom poses a national security threat to U.S. networks.

DHS Aims to Turn Mobile Devices into No Phishing Zones

The Homeland Security Department and 16 other agencies are upgrading their mobile device security.

The Smartphone Fingerprint Scanner Gets a Heat-Sensing Upgrade

A new way to determine if it's actually you trying to access your phone.

It Looks Like the Next iPhone Will Have a New Type of Charging Cable

It can send and receive far more power and data than a traditional USB cables.

Survey: Most Feds Who BYOD Do It Without Agency Approval

It’s hard for agency security officials to protect networks when they don’t know what’s connecting to them, experts say.

ACLU Wants to Keep Your Phones and Software Safe From the Government

Government requests for data and encryption back doors are becoming more and more common.

The Best Part of iMessage Is Coming to Android Phones

Android will now support the ability to continue text conversations on the web.

New Data Could Help Siri And Alexa Know When They’re Being Unhelpful

Knowing when there isn’t enough information to provide an accurate answer is a tricky skill to learn.

First Modernization Fund Winners Offer Cheat Sheet for Future Pitches

The first three awardees of the Technology Modernization Fund offer a window into the kinds of projects and pitches the board is looking for.

Google Translate Is Getting An Upgrade

An offline mode could help travelers when they need it most.