Jun 21, 2019 11:03 AM EDT
The U.S. government's go-to hackers-for-hire for breaking into locked Apple iPhones, Grayshift, is planning to help crack another difficult nut: Google's Android operating system.
The plans to pivot to Google's operating system were revealed in a talk from Grayshift CEO David Miles. Speaking at a law enforcement and forensics event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, earlier this month, Miles said that while Apple's iOS and iPhone remained the primary focus, Grayshift will soon be looking across other devices.
2. Jun 17, 2020
Five Biotech Gadgets Critical for Combating COVID-19
3. Jun 17, 2020
5 Essentials for Startups Launching in 2020
4. Jun 17, 2020
Creative Ways Businesses Can Bounce Back After COVID-19
1. Jun 03, 2020
What to Look for in a New Laptop for Your Degree in Operations Management
2. May 18, 2020
Tips for Giving Your Tech Startup the Winning Edge
3. May 09, 2020
What New Technology Is Distracting to Drivers?
4. May 02, 2020
The Role of Tech in the Fight Against COVID-19