Apparently the answer is pretty much never, despite the efforts of Apple, Google ... and now, Amazon.
Once again, Apple has left a security backdoor wide open in a new version of their mobile operating system. iOS 7 allows anyone with physical access to your iPhone to see your private photos and then share them online.
There was a disturbance in the Android App Market today as an application called MemoryUp was allegedly erasing contacts and installing adware. The mystery is how it got there in the first place.
Belkin's see-through Acrylic Case is leaving iPhones with dings and nicks, as the iPhone sits loose enough inside that small rocks or hard bits can get inside. [tnkgrl Mobile]
Stay on the lookout, dear readers, because there are miscreants on the prowl, looking to lift your GPS navigation system. In fact, according to USA Today, they're more interested in those assorted and sundry technological devices such as GPS/nav units, cellphones, Blackberries and various music players than the cars…