Lenovo has announced that starting with the release of Windows 10, the company will no longer be including unnecessary bloatware on its machines in an effort to make amends for the Superfish adware debacle.
Mobile World Congress is on its way, so we've put together all the big rumors about new smartphones and tablets from the big players in one place, including gossip about Samsung, HTC, Google, Microsoft, LG, and more.
Hardware vendor Lenovo has been scrambling to clean up the mess caused by the PR nightmare that is the Superfish adware extension, which was bundled with all laptops and desktops sold by the brand over the last few months.
Security researchers have discovered that Lenovo PCs sold late last year shipped with adware called Superfish that can replace the HTTPS certificates normally used by websites, placing users vulnerable to malware.
Lenovo's Vibe Band VB10 sports an E-Ink screen, boasts 7-day battery life, and pings you with notifications. The skinny, rectangular wearable costs less than $100, but it won't reach the U.S. anytime soon.