Samsung Wants Tizen Mobile OS “on everything”

Samsung Wants Tizen Mobile OS “on everything”

Electronics company Samsung is not about to let its mobile products be entirely submerged in an all-Android ecosystem, even if that’s the case currently. In fact, Samsung co-CEO J.K. Shin was very forward in an … [Read more...]

TorBrowser Zero-Day Exploit Undermines the Advantage of Using TOR

TorBrowser Zero-Day Exploit Undermines the Advantage of Using TOR

The TOR Project is advising that people stop using Windows after the discovery of a zero day vulnerability in Firefox that undermines the main advantages of the privacy-centered network.  For those of you who aren't … [Read more...]

Nintendo Reports 268 Million Consoles, 385 Million Handhelds Sold in 30 Years

Nintendo Reports 268 Million Consoles, 385 Million Handhelds Sold in 30 Years

Though Nintendo’s latest, tablet-controller-focused home console, the Wii U, is struggling to gain traction among consumers, Nintendo released a positivity-infused financial report today highlighting their success with … [Read more...]

What Newspaper Is Next On Some Billionaire’s Shopping List?

What Newspaper Is Next On Some Billionaire’s Shopping List?

As you have undoubtedly heard by now Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon, has personally bought the Washington Post for $250 million.  But he's not the only billionaire to buy a newspaper recently, John Henry, who … [Read more...]

The “Always On” Future Is Here. How Do You Feel About It?

The “Always On” Future Is Here. How Do You Feel About It?

We are about to make a big computing leap -- soon our devices will be "always on."  I don't mean that in the literal sense of your computer or smartphone being powered on, but rather, in the sense that it will be … [Read more...]

How To: Browse Privately in Your Favorite Web Browser

How To: Browse Privately in Your Favorite Web Browser

Modern web browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari come pre-packaged with an abundance of multi-level security features. Whether it’s information you want stored, like web addresses and … [Read more...]

Xerox Scanner Number Replacement Bug Found

Xerox Scanner Number Replacement Bug Found

A potentially disastrous flaw in a number of Xerox scanners and photocopiers has been discovered by a German blogger named David Kriesel. Kriesel, who writes in English and German, has discovered that the Xerox … [Read more...]

Marketers Taking Aggressive Steps To Fight Gmail’s New Inbox

Marketers Taking Aggressive Steps To Fight Gmail’s New Inbox

Last week, I got an email from SpaFinder Wellness begging me to move their newsletter out of Gmail's Promotions tab and into my Primary tab, so that I won't miss out on newsletters and weekly sales.  The week before, I … [Read more...]

Is the HTC One Max, a 5.9-inch version of the HTC One, on its way?

Is the HTC One Max, a 5.9-inch version of the HTC One, on its way?

Big smartphones are officially in, and now just weeks after Nokia announced their first super sized smartphone we're getting a look at what ePrice is calling the HTC One Max, a 5.9-inch variant of HTC's popular "One" … [Read more...]

Weekend Wrap-up: Moto X unveiled, Wii U sales extremely sluggish

Weekend Wrap-up: Moto X unveiled, Wii U sales extremely sluggish

Thanks for checking out another edition of the Weekend Wrap-up, where we fill you in on some of the big news items of the past week. We'll be moving this post from its previous Saturday evening spot and publishing it on … [Read more...]

Yahoo Acquires Rockmelt Social Browser

Yahoo Acquires Rockmelt Social Browser

It’s a day of the week that ends in ‘Y,’ so that means Yahoo has purchased yet another tech startup. Today its Rockmelt, a “social browser” that had attempted to enter the desktop web browser market a few years … [Read more...]

U.S. Department of Justice ‘remedy’ for Apple could do Amazon a solid

U.S. Department of Justice ‘remedy’ for Apple could do Amazon a solid

The United States Department of Justice has published a document with what it calls its "remedy" to fix Apple's anti-competitive e-book practices. In it, the DoJ calls for a court-appointed external monitor to watch … [Read more...]