macOS High Sierra vulnerability grants anyone administrator access without password

There’s a pretty major security vulnerability that affects machines running macOS High Sierra. According to developer Lemi Orhan Ergin, if someone has physical access to your Mac, they can easily gain administrative access without the need of a password. It’s pretty astonishing just how easy it is to bypass Apple’s security, which Gizmododetails in its post. […]

Kaspersky launches free antivirus software for Windows

Following more than a year of testing in a small number of regions, Kaspersky has finally launched its free antivirus software for Windows PCs. It promises award-winning protection from infections and online safeguarding — without slowing down your system. Obviously you don’t get all the features you would normally receive when you pay for Kaspersky; things like identity protection, extra […]

Android O beta is available for everyone starting today

Google unveiled the Android O beta preview a few months ago, but it was only available to developers. Starting today, it’s available to anybody. To get the beta, just got to android.com/beta and log in with your Google account. The next page will show you what devices are available. The list of devices available for the Android […]

You can finally use your PayPal account to pay for goods through Android Pay

In addition to introducing compatibility for 18 more banks and credit unions in the United States, Google has announced that it has partnered with PayPal to provide customers with the facility to spend their PayPal Balance using Android Pay. The feature will start rolling out over the next few weeks, though it’ll only be available for users […]

Microsoft is streamlining its Windows 10 updates

Microsoft has announced plans to streamline its Windows 10 updates with the new Unified Update Platform. UUP cuts upgrade file sizes by around a third to make them faster to download, and it will first be available with the Creators Update next spring. The Windows 10 updates you see regularly aren’t typically that big. They often […]

Google I/O 2016 live

Watch live here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=862r3XS2YB0 VR version: https://youtu.be/lFm4s50PnmY Google is set to make some pretty big announcements today (we hope, anyway) and we’re up here in Mountain View for the big event right near Google’s campus. We’re expecting a lot from Google I/O 2016 including a final name for Android N, Android VR discussion, some talk […]

OnePlus One set to get Android Marshmallow update “very soon”

We have some good news if you’re still holding on to your OnePlus One. The smartphone, which was unveiled almost two years ago, is set to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the near future. https://twitter.com/getpeid/status/717688196520394753 OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce the news. The exact release date is apparently out of […]