With a 455-horsepower V8 engine, Chevy’s 2016 Camaro SS is definitely an American muscle car, but can it wirelessly charge a smartphone while doing donuts? Mashable‘s Transportation Reporter Nick Jaynes jumped into Chevy’s new beast to find out.
Every release of Android brings with it improvements and fixes, many of which make your phone more secure from hackers and add new, useful features. Some are easy to spot and others not so much
Though Android N is on the horizon, that doesn’t mean Android 6.0 Marshmallow is on its way out. If you still haven’t updated to Marshmallow (assuming your device supports it), now is as good a time as ever.
With our help, you’ll be able to unlock more from your Android phone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Here are 11 hidden features in Google’s latest mobile operating system you may not have known about. Read more…
This week was the official one-year anniversary of the Apple Watch. I’ve owned one for almost all of that time, and — like many tech journalists and gadget commentators — I believe it’s worth reflecting on what the Apple Watch has meant to the tech world, the wearables category, and Apple.
To underscore that point, here are just a few tech treats offered on the SS: It can be a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot that supports up to seven devices. It can run Apple CarPlay on its 8-inch touchscreen display. And, of course, it also includes an inductive wireless charging mat for your smartphoneWhat’s more, that list doesn’t begin to touch on the performance technology available in the Camaro SS as well. Read more…
Just like picking out any other gift or experience, think about what your mom would appreciate in particular. Everyone is different, so do whatever you think she’d like best. After all, she’s your mom.
Ransomware, a type of malware that holds your computer hostage until you pay a certain amount of money, seems to be getting more popular since it sprouted up in large-scale form in 2013.
The website of Maisto International, a toymaker that primarily sells model vehicles and remote control vehicles, is playing host to some ransomware, Malwarebytes wrote Thursday. On the maisto.com homepage, malicious files can download themselves onto visitors’ computers via something called Angler.
Angler is a type of exploit toolkit that installs malicious files on your computer. In this case, the Angler kit is infecting computers with CryptXXX, a ransomware that encrypts users’ files, offering to unlock them for a fee. Read more…