JR Raphael

Contributing Editor

JR Raphael is a journalist and columnist who’s been covering Android and Chrome OS since their earliest days. His Android Intelligence (née Android Power) column was born at Computerworld in 2010 and has happily made its home there ever since.

JR's Android Intelligence newsletter takes the same basic recipe as the column and turns up the heat. Each issue is jam-packed with productivity tips, perspective on the week’s most impactful Android news, and all sorts of exclusive extras — and best of all, it's delivered right to your inbox every Friday. If you haven't yet subscribed, you're missing out!

You can find JR on Twitter, Google+, or at his personal writing refuge, JRStart.com.

6 mobile security threats you should take seriously in 2019

4 must-know facts about secure mobile printing

4 must-know facts about secure mobile printing

Mobile printing is making major strides right now. Is your company's mobile print security up to speed?

What is two-factor authentication (2FA)? How to enable it and why you should

What is two-factor authentication (2FA)? How to enable it and why you should

With Google, Facebook, Instagram, or your own internal accounts, 2FA provides an extra layer of protection that helps keep hackers out.

Best Android security app? Why you're asking the wrong question

Best Android security app? Why you're asking the wrong question

If you really want to keep your company's Android devices safe, third-party security apps shouldn't be your focus.

14 eyebrow-raising things Google knows about you

14 eyebrow-raising things Google knows about you

Some are fascinating, others are frightening, but here's how to find out what Google has on you.

7 Android tools that can help your personal security

7 Android tools that can help your personal security

Forget security suites: These seven sensible tools are all you really need on your Android phone to stay safe.

Stupid Hacker Tricks: Exploits Gone Bad

Taunting tweets, provocative pics, iPad-spam chats -- stupid slip-ups lead to high-profile hacker arrests

LastPass CEO explains possible hack

The CEO of password management company LastPass says it's highly unlikely hackers gained access to his millions of users' data--but that he doesn't want to take any chances.

Google Adds Site-Blocking Option to Search

Ever wish you could keep certain sites from showing up in your Google search results? Thanks to a new feature being rolled out right now, you can.

Android malware: Why you shouldn't be scared

If you've read much news lately, you know it's that time of year again -- time for the semiannual Android malware freakout show.

Hallelujah! Motorola Xoom is Free From Verizon Bloatware

For prospective Xoom buyers, the news just keeps getting better.

Google's Android Roadmap: New Clues Emerge

Here in the Android-watching world, the air has smelled of uncertainty for quite some time. Ever since Google announced Android Honeycomb, the tablet-optimized edition of its mobile OS, there's been no shortage of questions about the...

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