A critical new vulnerability has been discovered on Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6 devices, but the state of the Android ecosystem means there’s nothing end-users can do about it (except avoid unsecured WiFi, anyway).
Reports suggest that Pebble may be in funding trouble, despite enormous Kickstarter success and a proven track record.
The Apple Watch apparently has a problem, and it explains why preorders have been shoved back to June.
New Atmel microcontrollers are setting records for low power consumption with a target battery lifespan measured in decades. These are the kind of innovations that could make human-powered electronics a reality in the long-term.
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.