Kaspersky discovered and intercepted a chain attack by hackers that used two unknown vulnerabilities in new builds of Windows 10 and Internet Explorer 11….
The Galaxy S4 is a hard phone to like, but that’s exactly what Gearburn editor Steven Norris did. With great power, comes greater mobile phones and sadly Samsung seems to be unable to harness this great technology. What do you do with an insanely fast CPU and an incredible screen? Samsung seems to think that you need to cram it into the cheapest-looking case of all time.
Here’s what we loved about the S4: we loved the screen, dug the speed and even liked a few of the backed-in apps. What we didn’t like was pretty much everything else, such as the practically useless gestures which, if you are anything like us, will mostly be turned off after the first week. It’s not all bad though, so read the full review here and watch our video review of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in a new video format that we plan to evolve over time.