Do you go iPhone or do you go G1 Android?

Google’s phone the G1 running it’s Android OS has been released recently and it’s hailed to be the iPhone successor/killer – but upon further investigation and actual use of the phone it would appear you might be better off holding of for a G2 or the G1 v2.0 instead.

To find out why, read Erick Schonfeld’s post on TechCrunch where he explains his experience with the G1 in comparison to the iPhone and you’ll quickly see that, even though the G1 has some nice features and those missing on the iPhone, there are still things that need a little work before it really does become the competitor or successor of the iPhone.

The new threat, "clickjacking"

The latest Internet threat cloaks Web links so a wayward click can download malware to your PC without your knowledge.

What’s worse, all browsers and other Web software are susceptible to clickjacking, but you can take steps to reduce the risk.

For instance, one proof-of-concept demonstration shows that a hacker can use the Flash player to take over a PC’s webcam and microphone. Imagine the implications of stalkers eavesdropping on your laptop’s built-in camera and mic.– Windows Secrets

It seems hackers will always be one step ahead in their never-ending quest to scam people, steal identities, etc. Take a look at this post on the Windows Secrets blog to learn more about who/what is vulnerable, what can be done about it and how to protect yourself.