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HTC president calls monthly Android security updates ‘unrealistic’

The bug known as Stagefright, an MMS exploit targeted at Android phones, spooked Google, Samsung, and LG into committing to rolling out monthly security updates for their respective devices. HTC, however, considers monthly updates to be…

Weekly Rewind: T-Mobile’s big breach, dog cloning, and the new Tesla Model X

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Peeple to the massive T-Mobile hack, it's all here.

Mobile games have probably killed the PlayStation Vita 2, says Sony

Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida says that mobile gaming has created an unhealthy climate for handheld consoles. The aging PS Vita will not see a successor at the end of its life cycle.
Movies & TV

How to watch NFL games online, with or without a cable subscription

Few sports remain as polarizing both on and off the field as the sport of American football. Though it’s continually bogged down by an array of constant criticism — i.e. lack of oversight, the (massive) concussion issue…

Palmer Luckey drops another hint about how much the Oculus Rift will cost

We don't know exactly how much the Rift is going to cost when it launches next year, but the founder of Oculus has told one reporter that it's going to be more expensive than the dev kits.
Movies & TV

A veteran of the original Mac team gives his verdict on the new Jobs movie

Andy Hertzfeld was a key member of the team that worked on the first Mac computer, and is portrayed in the upcoming movie by Michael Stuhlbarg — find out his thoughts on the new film.

No, the iPad Pro can’t replace your computer. Here’s why

When Steve Jobs announced the original iPad back in 2010, he insisted it would become a "third-category device" accompanying your phone and laptop. Now Apple wants to replace your laptop with the iPad Pro, but can it actually succeed?

Hacked Patreon data spills out onto the Web

Crowdfunding site Patreon admitted earlier this week that it had been the victim of a hacking attack, and now the data — including millions of email addresses — has been published online.
Movies & TV

Baking Bad and House of Kards: Your favorite Netflix shows are ruined forever

Take a break from binging and check out these parodies of your favorite Netflix TV shows, including Baking Bad, House of Kards, and Arrested Developers. Alternate titles, descriptions, and awards will have you laughing so hard that you'll…

John McAfee hilariously roasts single-issue voters

John McAfee challenges how we vote and what Americans should care about in the upcoming elections. Should it gun control or the deadly threat of cyberwar?