Effective Methods for iPhone Spy without Trouble

Use of spy apps is increasing because everyone has its reasons to monitor data of an iPhone. Parents want this to the app to monitor the online activities of their children. A wife may use spy software on a cheating husband. Moreover, employers evaluate the productivity of employees through this spy app. Current technology allows you to spy on a person without his/her agreement.

News Mon Jul 22 2019

3 Best Ways to Track a Cell Phone Location by Number

Read on the 3 best phone location tracking apps that are easy to acquire and use. Spyic and Cocospy are applicable in both Android and iOS devices. No rooting or jailbreaking involved. Also, check the free available solutions.

News Thu Jul 18 2019

Gay Male Teens Use Adult Hookup Apps To Find Friends, Partners

CHICAGO --- Although hookup apps require users to be 18 or older, a new Northwestern Medicine study found that more than 50 percent of sexually active gay and bisexual boys ages 14 to 17 met male sexual partners on apps such as Grindr and Scruff. It also was common for these teens to use the apps to connect with friends and find new gay, bisexual and queer friends and boyfriends, which sheds new light on who uses adult male hookup apps and why.

News Tue Jul 23 2019

Research Advances Smartphone Solution for Diagnostic Testing in Remote Rural Areas

A Simon Fraser University researcher is hoping to help women in rural areas access information about their reproductive health using a common tool in their pockets: a smartphone.

News Thu Jul 11 2019

Why Fears Over Smartphone 'Addiction' are Based on Flawed Evidence

Most studies into the impact of technology use on psychological wellbeing rely on flawed measures say, researchers. Surveys are often used to understand how people use their smartphone, but these are poorly related to actual smartphone use when measured with an app.

News Thu Jul 11 2019

Infectious Diseases Could be Diagnosed with Smartphones in Sub-Saharan Africa

The review, published in Nature, outlines how healthcare workers in low-income countries, like those in sub-Saharan Africa, could use existing smartphones to diagnose, track and control infectious diseases in low-income countries.

News Mon Jul 01 2019

Mobile Bedside Bioprinter Can Heal Wounds

Imagine a day when a bioprinter filled with a patient's own cells can be wheeled right to the bedside to treat large wounds or burns by printing skin, layer by layer, to begin the healing process. That day is not far off

News Fri Jun 28 2019

Security Gaps Identified in LTE Mobile Telephony Standard

By abusing security weaknesses in the LTE mobile telephony standard, attackers are able to identify which web pages a user visits and to reroute him to a scam website. This is the result of a study carried out by security experts from Horst Görtz Institute at Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

News Thu Jun 27 2019

Expert: Be Concerned About How Apps Collect, Share Health Data

As of 2016 there were more than 165,000 health and wellness apps available though the Apple App Store alone. According to Rice University medical media expert Kirsten Ostherr, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates only a fraction of those. Americans should be concerned about how these apps collect, save and share their personal health data, she said.

News Mon Jun 17 2019

Imitation is the Most Sincere Form of Flattery, Unless You are an App Developer

DFor every two mobile apps released, one is a clone of an existing app. However, new research published in the INFORMS journal Information Systems Research shows the success of the original app is not always adversely affected by the creation of clone apps.

News Wed Jun 12 2019

Australian Drivers Ready to Embrace Phone Restriction Apps -- If They Can Still Talk

Almost 70 percent of drivers would be willing to install smartphone apps that block texting and browsing according to new QUT research - but only if they can still do hands-free calls and listen to Bluetooth music.

News Thu Jun 13 2019

Mobile Prenatal App Shown to Reduce In-person Visits During Pregnancy

Using the mobile app Babyscripts reduced in-person prenatal care visits while maintaining patient and provider satisfaction, according to research published in JMIR mHealth and uHealthby physician researchers from the George Washington University (GW).

News Wed Jun 05 2019

Study: Including Ads in Mobile Apps Poses Privacy, Security Risks

Researchers from North Carolina State University have found that including ads in mobile applications (apps) poses privacy and security risks. In a recent study of 100,000 apps in the official Google Play market, researchers noticed that more than half contained so-called ad libraries.

News Tue Jun 04 2019

Mobile Apps for Diabetes Present Usability Issues for Older Adults

Diabetes is prevalent among adults aged 65 and older and can lead to a number of other serious health issues. Maintaining control of blood glucose levels is one of the most important actions diabetics can take to control their illness. New technology is designed to make self-monitoring easier and more accessible than ever before, but often tech products fail to accommodate some older users.

News Wed Jun 05 2019

User Control and Transparency are Key to Trusting Personalized Mobile Apps

As concerns about privacy increase for people using mobile apps, users' trust, and engagement may hinge on perceptions about how the app uses their data and whether it seeks user input before delivering personalized services, according to researchers. However, their reactions may also depend on how familiar a user is with technology, they added.

News Tue Jun 04 2019

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