Leonard Nimoy, best known as TV’s Mister Spock, has died at the age of 83. His portrayal of the character was revolutionary — at least, to this author.
A new report from AVG Technologies breaks down exactly which Android applications chew through battery life, network data, and bog down phone performance. There are a number of applications that badly need a diet — including some created by major companies or the phone manufacturers themselves.
Lenovo has released its plans for how it will make amends to the consumers whose data it exposed. How about a six month subscription to McAfee?
Last week, Samsung claimed that the voice information captured by its newest TVs was encrypted, even if older models were still insecure. This has now been proven untrue — Samsung televisions still on the market and available for purchase are using plaintext.
Intel has rebranded its Atom product line to simplify its offerings — while Cherry Trail benchmarks have leaked at the same time. Will 2015 be the year that Atom finally competes?