It's been reported that Trump has been using an unsecured Samsung phone since he became president, but that might be changing soon. It seems multiple tweets lately have come from an iPhone, but it's unclear if that switch will be permanent.
CNBC reports that trump has finally traded in his Android phone for a secured iPhone. The president was criticized for his use of an insecure and dated Android phone that had many security holes even after his inauguration.
A US Congressman has requested of the House an investigation of Donald Trump's use of a potentially insecure Android phone. It's said Trump is still using the Samsung Galaxy S3, which has a large list of known vulnerabilities.
Trump's travel ban that seems to be targeting immigrants from Muslim-majority countries is being opposed by 97 companies including the likes of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and Uber. All companies have signed an amicus brief to expose how immigrants have shaped the American economy.
Have a Trump executive order meme idea of your own? You can now create it yourself with the new Donald Draws: Executive Doodle app which is now available on the Play Store. It allows you to upload images or draw your own picture which will then be proudly displayed by Donald Trump.
Sergey Brin joined hundreds of protesters at San Franciso International Airport to protest President Trump’s immigration order. While Brin is president of Alphabet (Google's parent company), he attended the protest “in a personal capacity.” The only comment shared by Sergey Brin was “I’m here...
After the President Trump signed a new executive order which shuts down entry to the US for citizens of select countries, Google CEO, Sundar Pichai isued a memo to Googlers to return to the ASAP. However, it seems that more than 150 staff members have been affected, including some that were...
Reports ahead of President Trump's inauguration suggested he was still using an Android phone, but was expected to turn it in for something more secure. 5 days into his presidency, it seems he is still using that personal phone.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has been tied to the account NimbleRichMan from Nimble America, a group pushing anti-Hillary memes in support of Donald Trump, and the development community has swiftly and negatively responded.
Although he has pledged support for Gary Johnson in a public apology...