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Cyanogen Fires 20% Employees, To Focus On App Development Only

Cyanogen Inc., one of the most popular customer OS (based on Android) developer has reportedly fired around 20% of its workforce (around 30 of its 136 employees) in its OS development arm. The sources also mentioned that the company would now focus only on apps while moving away from custom OS development. Show More Summary

Comic-Con: Marvel’s big night spotlights ‘Doctor Strange,’ ‘Captain Marvel’ and ‘Black Panther’

Not to be outdone by a spectacular display from DC Comics, Marvel left Hall H buzzing on Saturday night — unfurling the studio’s new trailer for this fall’s “Doctor Strange,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and announcing that the Oscar-winning Brie Larson has been cast as Captain Marvel. And because these big announcements are rolled out with […]

Cyanogen Inc. fires over 20% of its staff, OS future bleak

Cyanogen Inc. has fired almost a quarter of its staff, mostly from the open source side, in a move that puts the OS' future in doubt for a new focus on apps.

Cyanogen Inc. reportedly laying off 20% of staff in major restructuring

New reports claim that Cyanogen Inc. may have laid off as much as 20% of its staff. One of those reports claims the company could be switching its strategy away from OS development to focus on apps. Android Police stated: The layoffs...Show More Summary

New patch for Windows 10 Anniversary update bumps OS to version 14393.3

If you are running Windows 10 for Insiders and are already on the Anniversary Update build 14393 you will want to check for a new OS update. Update KB3176925 is now available, and it takes the OS to build version 14393.3....

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 14393.3 to Insiders

Microsoft has pushed out a new update for Windows 10 Insiders today. The update comes as a Cumulative Update (KB3176925), and it updates the OS to build 14393.3 (from 14393.0). As this is just a cumulative update, it doesn’t bring any new features. However, the update most likely includes some bug fixes for the Anniversary Update. […]

Security bugs put Apple devices running iOS and Mac OS X at risk

Multiple security vulnerabilities were revealed by Cisco's Talos security team earlier this week, identifying areas at risk of possible exploits in iOS devices and Mac OS X. Some experts believe the exploits to be complex to pull off and likely not worth the time to attack. Show More Summary

7-22-2016 Firmware Updates: Galaxy S5, Galaxy Core Prime, Galaxy A5, and more

Samsung has a plethora of phones and tablets in its lineup and regularly releases firmware updates for various devices. These can include major updates, which bring a newer version of the OS to a particular device, or minor ones that improve performance and stability and fix bugs. Show More Summary

iMessage flaw could compromise iPhones, iPads, Macs - CNET

Double-check what version of iOS and OS X you are running because outdated versions carry a huge vulnerability.

Acer Chromebook R11 review: Solid laptop, mediocre convertible

Acer Chromebook R11 Full review As we head toward the future of Android apps being available on Chrome OS, the idea of a small, convertible touchscreen Chromebook makes a little more sense. Before that announcement at Google I/O 2016, a Chromebook that could fold back into a touch-only device didn't really have much appeal. Show More Summary

Stagefright-style vulnerability discovered in OS X and iOS, update for protection

Security researchers last year discovered what they described as ‘the worst Android vulnerability ever,’ able to infect a phone with malware simply by sending an MMS message to it. The vulnerability, dubbed Stagefright, didn’t even require...Show More Summary

ADATA unveils world’s smallest external SSD with a reversible USB Type-C connector – SE730

ADATA today unveiled three SSDs compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Android- the SE730, SC660, and SV620 external. The SE730 is world’s smallest external SSD (250GB) with a reversible USB Type-C connector...

Apple's latest software updates fix flaw resembling Android Stagefright

Apple's recent iOS, OS X, tvOS and watchOS updates patch a previously unknown security flaw that allows the surreptitious gathering of sensitive data with a simple text message, an OS-level bug which bears a striking resemblance to last year's much derided Stagefright exploit on Google's Android platform.

Reminder: You Only Have One Week To Download Windows 10 For Free

Still haven’t upgraded your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 device to Microsoft’s latest OS? You might want to pull your finger out asap. On July 29, the free upgrade will no longer be offered. We take a look at what you should consider before upgrading. More »      

How to rollback the MacOS Sierra beta to OS X El Capitan - CNET

Get rid of the Sierra beta and return to the warm embrace of El Capitan.

7-21-2016 Firmware Updates: Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy S6, and more

Samsung has a plethora of phones and tablets in its lineup and regularly releases firmware updates for various devices. These can include major updates, which bring a newer version of the OS to a particular device, or minor ones that improve performance and stability and fix bugs. Show More Summary

What Security Threats Face Mac Users In 2016?

Deserved or not, Mac OS X (and now, I suppose, MacOS Sierra) has a reputation for being more secure than Windows. But in 2016, is that reputation still deserved? What security threats exist for the Apple platform, and how are they affecting users? The Unexpected Appearence of Ransomware on OS X Ransomware has been around for over ten years. Show More Summary

Your iPhone or Mac could be hacked with one iMessage - CNET

Security gaps in almost every version of iOS and OS X make your Apple device vulnerable to attack.

#TBT: Android 1.6 Intro Video Details CDMA Support, “Quick Search” Box and Much More

The current version of the Android OS is Android 6.0.1, with the next version, Nougat, slated to be Android 7.0. Since we are still on Android 6.0.1, it’s fitting that today, our #TBT post is about Android 1.6. You know, since 6.0.1 is sort of like 1.6 backwards. Show More Summary

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