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I think Steve Jobs was right, a secret app on Android, Blackberry and Nokia phones logs some pretty serious information.

The app in question is Carrier IQ. It is a app that you cannot terminate, see what it is, see any sort of privacy policy, or etc.

Carrier IQ is suppose to help carriers find out why or where calls are dropped so they can fix there service. Howeverthe app goes way beyond the function and acts like a trojan on the persons device.

The app has complete access too; contacts, button presses, internet, texts, and your specific device location.

Sounds scary right? Well it is. Your privacy is at serious risk.

It automatically and without question sends your unencrypted text messages, what buttons you press, what phone numbers you call (or even press!), encrypted information if you use your browser including but not limited usernames and passwords.

Check out the video below for more information.

Windows Explorer is a great file manager and explorer tool from Microsoft that has always remains as is and has not changed much from Windows 3.1 to Windows Vista. Even Windows Explorer provided in Windows 7 has the same look and feel with minor changes.

I have been testing many file managers and explorer, both free and paid but Windows Explorer has always been my final choice. What I love about Windows Explorer is its simplicity and ease of use. Its because all of us are used to the same interface from the very beginning when we started using Windows.