iPhone iOS 7.1 Bug Allows Thieves to Disable Find My iPhone


Apple added on a layer of protection with iOS 7, requiring those who want to delete their iCloud account from their iPhone or restore it to factory settings must disable Find My iPhone first. Find My iPhone then requires you to enter your Apple ID password in order to do that. However, video proof shows that […]

Nexus 5 & Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4 Battery Bug Fixed by Skype

A Skype 4.7 for Android update fixes a KitKat Battery bug on the Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3, until Google can deliver an Android 4.4.3 update.

An annoying Android 4.4 bug causing bad battery life on the Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3 should be fixed thanks to a new version of Skype out on the Google Play Store today. Users should update Skype on Google Play immediately and read on for an important change in group chat notifications, and how […]

Nexus 4 Android 4.4 KitKat Update Bugs Frustrating Users


Android 4.4 KitKat offers tons of improvements and new features on Android, but we’re hearing a few horror stories from Nexus 4 owners experiencing problems and bugs since updating to the already late software. The update to Android 4.4 KitKat for the Nexus 4 hasn’t been extremely smooth. Finally rolling out in the middle of […]

Chrome iOS Bug Reveals that Incognito Mode Is Broken


A new bug in Google’s Chrome app for iOS has been discovered, and it’s a big one for privacy buffs. The bug deals with Incognito Mode, and it was discovered that any Google searches done in Incognito Mode would show up in search history when in a regular Chrome window from the Google home page. […]

iOS 7 Lock Screen Bug Discovered Yet Again in Latest Update


Last week, Apple sent out a small update to iOS 7 that fixed a lock screen bug that allowed anyone with your phone to access certain regions of your device, such as your camera roll, as well as the ability to share photos to social media sites. However, iOS 7.0.2 hasn’t completely closed up all […]

Hardware Problems Continue to Plague New Nexus 7


While the new Nexus 7 is getting rave reviews for its new design and hardware improvements, it looks like Google and Asus still need to work out kinks with the new 2013 tablet. After we had reported about a GPS bug , it looks like there may be a glitch with the touchscreen. We had […]

Samsung Galaxy S3 Bug Could Cost You Money

The Samsung Galaxy S3 uses 3.5 times as much data on certain websites according to a new report.

A new Samsung Galaxy S3 bug could end up costing users money on their monthly bill thanks to an overactive built-in browser that is reportedly downloading more images than it needs. This bug, which is part of the built-in browser downloads more images than it should, resulting in higher data usage and longer load times […]

Don’t Update Kindle for iPhone or iPad, Bug Wipes Book Library

Kindle update wipes libraries on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Don’t update to the latest version of Kindle for the iPhone or iPad unless you want to gamble with losing all the books on your device. The latest Kindle 3.6.1 update to hit the app store has an issue that can wipe the Kindle library off your iPhone or iPad and force you to re-register […]

Android 4.0.4 Update Ushers In Signalgate Bug for Galaxy Nexus


It appears that the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update that’s being rolled out to the GSM version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is causing some grief for a number of users related to signal and reception. The update, which brings the software to Android version 4.0.4, is causing a sudden and high drop […]

Latest iPhone 4S Bug Forces Users to Yell ‘Can You Hear Me Now?’


A new bug was discovered on the iPhone 4S–following previous bugs related to battery issues, audio echoing, and speed issues–that prevented its owners from hearing anything on the earpiece speaker when placing calls. Though it appears that the other party can hear perfectly well, iPhone 4S callers cannot hear the people they are trying to […]

Nexus S Android 2.3.6 Update Starts Rolling Out

Nexus S

It appears that Nexus S owners have a nice Friday surprise on their hands courtesy of Google and the Android 2.3.6 update that it has apparently started rolling out to selected handsets. According to Phandroid and backed up by evidence on Google’s support forums, the latest version of Gingerbread has started rolling out over-the-air (OTA) […]

Leaked Skype App Has Vulnerabilities That Exposes Personal Information


The leaked 4G-enabled Skype app for the HTC Thunderbolt that brought video calling contains some serious vulnerabilities that exposes the user’s personal information to other apps that take advantage of this vulnerability. The exploit was first discovered and unveiled on Android Police where the site had created an app to demonstrate how this vulnerability could […]

Verizon Warns Emergency Dialer May Not Work on Samsung Fascinate


U.S. carrier Verizon Wireless had sent out a massive text message campaign to users of its Samsung Fascinate, a Galaxy S variant for the carrier, warning users that the Android smartphone’s emergency dialer may not work when using a pattern lock screen. According to the carrier, the bug is present for users of the DL09 […]

Don’t Get Bitten by the iPhone Daylight Savings Time Bug


The story surrounding this makes me laugh. Apparently there is a bug in the iOS 4.1 software that causes the alarm functions of the clock to not work well with whatever programming monitors Daylight Savings Time shifts. Several weeks ago the folks down under in Australia and New Zealand got bit by this. Last week […]

BugLabs BUG On Hands Video


The BUG from BugLabs.net is every geeks dream, essentially legos on steroids. Check out the video demo after the break. You’ll be shocked at what all you can build using the BUG. Available from BugLabs.net for $249. Various modules run $59 – $120.

The BUG from BugLabs.net

The BUG is a collection of modules that snap together and make virtually any gadget you could ever dream up, all open source. BugLabs.net Video coming tonight.