Asus have just launched the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe. The latest smartphone in the ZenFone series is hailed as 'Determined. Desirable. Distinguished'. So what makes the ZenFone 3 Deluxe the must have android smartphone for 2016?
The ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe is an innovative and exciting fusion of art and science along with a unique combination of craftsmanship and technical brilliance. All of this is packaged into a sleek all metal smartphone with a completely invisible antenna.
Looking for a new Lenovo smartphone ? Lenovo have recently launched 2 new android smartphones. Lenovo’s latest innovative smartphones the PHAB 2 Pro and Moto Z will take the android smartphone market to an exciting new level.
Lenovo’s PHAB 2 Pro range of smartphones are the first android smartphones to have Google’s project Tango incorporated into them. This gives the user spatial awareness and offers gamers a more realistic gaming experience. Lenovo have also launched The MOTO Z which is an ultra thin modular smartphone.
Do you know how to protect your android smartphone from hackers? Smartphones are now the prime targets for cyber criminals. We make it easy for hackers to access our android devices by not taking smartphone security seriously. Most smartphone users don’t take even basic precautions to protect their smartphones from hackers.
Your Smartphone could replace your physical passport soon. The world’s biggest passport maker 'De La Rue' have confirmed that they are are developing new technology which is capable of replacing paper passports with digital documents. These digital passports will be stored in our smartphones.Passports are easily mislaid and forgotten. They are are quite flimsy and easily get damaged. It makes sense to have our passports stored on our smartphones as most people now use a smartphone.
Smartphones with fingerprint scanners offer an extra level of security. Mobile devices secured with a fingerprint give smartphone owners a quick and easy way to unlock a smartphone . Fingerprint scanning is widely believed to offer greater protection against snoopers and make smartphones less desirable to thieves as the devices are useless unless the owner is present.
Biometric authentication of smartphone owners provides a higher level of security than passwords and could very soon completely replace passwords.
2015 has seen a huge increase in cybercrime both in the UK and globally. Hacking has become more sophisticated and cyber criminals have targeted large companies such as TalkTalk as well as individuals often stealing bank details and other sensitive data.