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: Mobile virus? How a text or app could put your phone at risk Weekend movie pick: Depp is almost too good at acting lifeless in Transcendence Johnny Depp takes on technology in 'Transcendence' Will Samsung's Galaxy S5 sink or swim? 3-D printing’s next frontier: Industrials Nasdaq suffers worst stampede since 2011 Heartbleed bug puts private web info at risk BlackBerry may mull ditching phones The one lesson you should take away from the Heartbleed fiasco Beating the Heartbleed bug [04-09-14 2:35 PM] Not all China tech IPOs created equal Bitcoin ATM unveiled on Capitol Hill ATMs may be at risk from lack of Windows XP support The fascinating e-mail Steve Jobs left behind Big spender Alibaba may need a reality check Could a developer’s troubles presage China crisis? Amazon takes on TV How Microsoft's technology stacks up Why analysts are all over the map on BlackBerry China bloggers: We want our online TV How long can China Internet 'gold rush' last? 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?