Malware found preinstalled on 38 Android phones used by 2 companies

A commercial malware scanner used by businesses has recently detected an outbreak of malware that came preinstalled on more than three dozen Android devices. An assortment of malware was found on 38 Android devices belonging to two unidentified companies. This is according to a blog post published Friday by Check Point Software Technologies, maker of […]

Twitter to open live streaming service

Twitter is expected to open its live-streaming API, which will allow media companies to use the platform to stream content to users. The move will allow media firms to post livestreams directly to Twitter. Companies previously had to organise a streaming arrangement with Twitter or use the Periscope app. “Twitter will also announce partnerships with […]

The Latest Version of Chrome Will Prevent Tabs From Killing Your Battery Life

The latest version of Google Chrome (which is available now) will finally do something to prevent background tabs from killing your laptop’s battery. Google Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser, but anyone who uses it heavily on a laptop knows that with a lot of tabs open in the background, your battery lifeā€”as […]

Consumer-focused Vuze VR camera breaks price barrier

Humaneyes Technologies has finally launched its much-anticipated consumer-focused VR camera. The Israeli firm debuted the Vuze VR camera last May, opening the device for preorders. While shipping was initially expected to commence late last year, the date was pushed forward to March, 2017. Today at SXSW, Humaneyes announced that the Vuze is shipping this week […]

Chinese man proposes marriage with offer of 33-tonne”meteorite’

The price of getting married in China is skyrocketing.  This guy spent the price of a house for a rock! Instead of selecting a precious stone to mount on a ring, a man in far western China has proposed to his girlfriend by unveiling a 33-tonne “meteorite” placed in a public square, a news website […]