When a new undisclosed (0 day) vulnerability is used to hack a target’s device, the media jumps all over it and create a small panic. Government intelligence and organized crime are always looking for new creative ways to break into target devices and are willing to pay top dollar for new unknown hacks. Vulnerability brokers… Continue reading Will your Android phone allow someone to hack you?
Chromebooks are a divisive discussion. Some people love them while others consider them wasteful spending. I see more and more people embracing them and the truth is Chromebooks are a fantastic solution for the general public. They offer zero-maintenance use and no worries about malware or virus’. Samsung, the electronic giant known for its fire… Continue reading Samsung may unveil a Chromebook Pro
Customer Reading most online device review sites will make you dizzy. It seems reviewers (professional and amateur alike) are chasing the next big phone. They want you to buy the beefiest phone currently available with crazy specs and a crazy price. Truth is that not everyone needs the latest and greatest, especially when it typically… Continue reading HTC Desire 530 Android Smartphone review
This isn’t a news worthy item but it does visually show the struggle many iPhone users face daily while running out of space.
Google’s quest to squash SPAM isn’t stopping with email. The sultan of search is now pushing an update to some Nexus and Google One devices to warn users when they receive a potentially SPAM call. The feature allows you to block the number or report it. The Use caller ID & spam protection will be turned… Continue reading Google deploying SPAM call protection to some Nexus devices
Siri, Google Now and Cortana launched with great fanfare. We expected great things and for the most part, they are all disappointing. Truth is none of them really lived up to our expectations. The creators of Siri have been hard at work creating the next generation of AI, which they claim will be able to… Continue reading Creators of Siri to launch next generation AI assistant May 9
We have been hearing rumors that Google will be launching its own MVNO ( mobile virtual network operator) in the US. Now The Telegraph (link) is reporting that one of the goal’s of this new (unannounced) MVNO will be free international roaming. The report claims that Google is talking to Hong Kong based Hutchison Whampoa (a… Continue reading Google may offer free international roaming