Lookout Mobile just found what may be the most sophisticated mobile malware businesses operating today.
Connecting devices to the Internet will ultimately create a number of new and unexpected attack vectors. Lookout Mobile’s chief technology officer set out to hack all the things.
Lookout Mobile released a new feature today, which lets you take a picture of anyone who tries — and fails — to put in your Android password three times.
Lookout Mobile brought its mobile security app to a new tablet today: the Kindle Fire.
The Federal Communications Commission wants people to get smarter about their phones as we head into the holiday season — a time for giving gadgets.
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You’re going to find Lookout Mobile on more phones in Europe. The company announced a partnership with French telecommunications company Orange, which will start preloading the software onto its Android phones starting in 2013.
Symantec is catching up to competitors today, with the latest version of its Norton Mobile Security offering. The new version lets you backup your contacts and puts a strong focus on a web dashboard where you can manage your devices.
If you have Lookout Mobile on your iPhone or iPad — a security app that, among other things, helps you locate your device when it’s lost — you can now find your phone even if the battery’s dead through a feature called Signal Flare.
T-Mobile says it will start shipping Android phones preloaded with an app-scanning program by Lookout Mobile. The app is called Automatic App Security, and it marks a big partnership for the mobile security company.
Security company Lookout Mobile prides itself on being able protect, find, and educate you about your own phone. The company redesigned its entire app, with a special feature it hopes will help you find your phone even after the battery is dead.
Toll fraud — no, it’s not driving through the E-Z pass lane when you pay cash. It’s a growing threat to your smartphone, one of the biggest of the year, according to a recent study by security company Lookout Mobile.
Mobile security company Lookout Mobile released a new app today to show just how many mobile threats exist.
Google has removed 22 applications from its Android marketplace in the past week due to RuFraud, a new mobile threat aimed at European users that charges users for text messages.