Mobile virus? How a text or app could put your phone at risk Add to ... Featuring video from CTVNews.ca Published Tuesday, Aug. 06 2013, 7:29 PM EDT Last updated Monday, Sep. 30 2013, 1:24 PM EDT As use of mobile devices grows, there’s a great chance your smartphone or tablet could end up getting a virus. CTV's Pat Foran explains. Watch More Video: Amazon delivers despite strike Obama meets with technology company executives What's up with Google's interest in robots? Peter Cheney's top car trends of 2013 Families Appeal for Journalists Held in Syria Rebels fight through Syrian snow Thieves make off with 1,500 crates of alcohol in Regina Ashton Kutcher new face of Chinese tech giant, rural customers scratch their heads Missing family found alive in northern Nevada Lululemon and BlackBerry: Two stocks to watch...for different reasons Vancouver man has his iPhone stolen twice from the same Wendy's restaurant Food-tech startups look at replacing eggs with plant-based 'eggs' BlackBerry dogged by questions about its uncertain future South Korean startups get a little help from Silicon Valley Can this digital landlord deliver a disaster-proof cloud? Make your cellphone worthless to thieves Icahn pressures Apple - A Twitter Timeline Which batteries work the best? Why everyone wants a China Mobile-Apple deal Top games from 2013 to add to your Christmas list Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Don't know if that cookie has peanuts? There's an app for that Video: Are you spending too much time online? Video: Is the landline phone dead?