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Friday March 27, 2015
Year-Old Android Security Flaw Puts Millions at Risk
Nearly half (49.5 percent) of all Android phones are still vulnerable to a security bug that allows attackers to modify or replace a seemingly benign app with malware without users' knowledge.

Review: Sony Streaming Service Modernizes TV
Sony's new PlayStation Vue television service probably won't save you money over cable. Starting at $50 a month, Vue offers more than 50 over-the-air and cable channels for online streaming.

Can Cyanogen Take Over with Google-Free Android?
Cyanogen wants to wrest Android away from Google -- and now it has the cash to make a serious play with its Google-free CyanogenMod Android mobile operating system.

Logitech Launches MX Master Mouse with Darkfield Laser
Computer accessories provider Logitech has announced the launch of the MX Master Wireless Mouse, bringing together elements of the company’s past innovations in mouse design.

Will Apple Watch Bridge the Gender Divide?
Whether the new Apple Watch emerges from the smartwatch pack, analysts say, may hinge on its appeal to the 50 percent of the population who have been slower to embrace the gadgets: women.

Intel Takes Aim at the Mobile Market -- Once Again
With a flurry of new chips and strategies, PC stalwart Intel is mounting its biggest push ever into a mobile computing market that threatens one of its key business lines. It's not the first time.

Is Facebook Planning an Android Phone Dialer?
Do you remember the HTC First? No? Perhaps this might ring a bell: the Facebook Phone, Mark Zuckerberg's effort to create a branded device that could compete with Apple and Android.

Eric Schmidt Says Google's Not Killing Glass
Google isn’t putting the kibosh on Google Glass just yet. Despite privacy concerns about the wearable tech, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says the tech is too important to toss out the window.

Amazon Gets OK from FAA To Test Drones for Delivery
E-commerce giant Amazon.com is inching closer to a future where packages will be delivered by drone. The FAA has granted the company permission to test an unmanned aircraft design.



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