A group of researchers from University of California Riverside Bourns College of Engineering and the University of Michigan claim they can hack Gmail with a success rate of up to 92 percent. You would think that apps on your smartphone are siloed from each other. Their attack exploits a weakness in mobile OS like Android, Windows and iOS which allow all applications to access the shared memory. Demo videos show how a background application can intercept data from another application running in the foreground, http://bit.ly/1ByiCd3.