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By Zachary Mack at BestLife

The smartphone in your pocket allows you to do everything from shopping for home supplies to managing your bank account and finances. Unfortunately, the convenience of doing so many tasks with one device can so...

It’s always safer to download mobile apps from official stores like Google Play and Apple’s iOS App Store, but even then there’s still some risk that malicious apps have snuck in. You’ve already heard of spyware, adware, and malware writ la...

Your cell phone holds some of your most sensitive, personal information. Things like your passwords and account numbers, emails, text messages, photos, and videos. If your phone ends up in the wrong hands, someone could steal your identity,...

If you’re planning on upgrading to a new phone, make sure you remove your personal information before you trade it in. Why? Because your phone could have a lot of sensitive, personal information on it – like your passwords, account numbers,...