Nexus phones Get Google’s Wi-Fi Assistant and VPN

Thanks to a tip from Android Authority I’ve found Google’s Wi-Fi assistant waiting on my Nexus 6P.  It’s not currently showing on my Nexus 6 or PIxel C Tablet where it would be ideally put to use, but this is a very nice feature added into the OS.  As you can see you get Google VPN services on public networks that have been confirmed for use.  Nothing like an online access EZ-Pass! And yes I do realize that the PIxel C is not a Nexus, but as we’ve all seen it looks like PIxel is the new Nexus brand … hoping that … Continue reading Nexus phones Get Google’s Wi-Fi Assistant and VPN

They are watching 

Much like a traditional software company, the NSO Group prices its surveillance tools by the number of targets, starting with a flat $500,000 installation fee. To spy on 10 iPhone users, NSO charges government agencies $650,000; $650,000 for 10 Android users; $500,000 for five BlackBerry users; or $300,000 for five Symbian users — on top of the setup fee, according to one commercial proposal. You can pay for more targets. One hundred additional targets will cost $800,000, 50 extra targets cost $500,000, 20 extra will cost $250,000 and 10 extra costs $150,000, according to an NSO Group commercial proposal. There is an annual system maintenance fee … Continue reading They are watching