• Friday Poll: Do You Use an Android Tablet?

    Friday Poll: Do You Use an Android Tablet?

    However, there hasn’t been that many major Android tablet releases lately, with exception to the Pixel C from last year.Beyond that, it appears Google is really focusing on bringing Android and Android applications to Chromebooks, a part of the company’s ecosystem that seems to be doing quite well.
  • Microsoft Stops Selling Windows 7 Pro, 8.1 to PC Makers

    Microsoft Stops Selling Windows 7 Pro, 8.1 to PC Makers

    It's the end of an era: Microsoft has stopped providing Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8.31, Microsoft stopped selling its aging operating systems to companies that make Windows-based gadgets.
  • Samsung to Reveal Findings of Note 7 Investigation

    Samsung to Reveal Findings of Note 7 Investigation

    The Korean electronics giant said on Thursday that it plans to host a press conference in Seoul on Monday at 10 a.5 million devices and delivered 500,000 new, allegedly safer, Note 7s to carriers and stores.
  • 'Hack the Army' Program Nets 118 Bugs

    'Hack the Army' Program Nets 118 Bugs

    And you thought hacking the Pentagon was easy: The US Army last week revealed details of its first bug bounty program.The four-week Hack the Army scheme generated 416 vulnerability reports (nearly 30 percent of which are unique and actionable) and approximately $100,000 for security researchers and bug hunters.
  • 8 Uses for Your Old Smartphone

    8 Uses for Your Old Smartphone

    We don't do anything or go anywhere without our little magic pocket slabs.The takeaway is this: If you take basic precautions, your old phone can have a productive afterlife.
  • Apple Illegally Fixed iPhone Prices in Russia

    Apple Illegally Fixed iPhone Prices in Russia

    The ruling comes after a months-long investigation that began last summer into Apple's retail practices in the country, the Financial Times reported.The FAS ruling applies to iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 pricing, with Apple reportedly telling retailers that it would terminate sales agreements if the devices were not sold at approved prices.