Owners of Nike’s “smart” sneakers are up in arms that their $350 footwear had been bricked by a faulty Android app update.
Sometimes simple is better than “smart”.
Modern technology has probably done more than its fair share to ignite illicit relationships, but it can also lead to a romantic affair’s unravelling.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
This software glitch’s solution is down to earth.
Facebook briefly and, one assumes, accidentally bans users from posting messages saying “Everyone will know” – believing them to be spam or malicious.
Watch my video to learn more.
Windows 10! No more update headaches for home users – huzzah! Automatic updates save the day!
Umm… Oh dear. Maybe that wasn’t such a great idea after all…
Don’t make the mistake of leaving your Boeing 787 switched on for 248 days. Because an integer overflow bug could cause it to crash.
Make sure you have a back-up browser on your PC, just in case you need to check a Symantec support advisory next time a Norton security update busts Internet Explorer.
Be careful accessing the “Reset All Settings” option in iOS 8 – you might find you’ve just permanently deleted all of the documents in your iCloud Drive.
Read more in my article for the Intego Mac Security blog.
Google has thrown some iPhone users’ Gmail messages into the trash can. And you’ve only got until Feb 14th to get them out.
It seems there’s a serious privacy bug affecting Google Talk right now, with users reporting that their private conversations are being shared with the wrong recipients.
66 years ago, on the 9th September, 1947, operators of the Mark II Aiken Relay Computer being tested at Harvard University, found a bug.
And, in so doing, made history.