Android 4.4 KitKat has cleaned up the reputations of Samsung's superphones, with the flagship devices no longer artificially boosting their benchmarks.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and HTC One have been disqualified from performance rankings for apparently cheating benchmark tests.
Members of the Hacker Dojo community ran an illegitimate script to help colleagues win the Startup Bus Stock Market game. When they were found out, the ill-gotten gains were taken away.
A recent survey shows 35 percent of middle school and high school students have used cell phones to cheat at school. Troubling but maybe we need to re-think what it means to evaluate students.
A man posts to a Mac forum that the "Find My Friends" app on his new iPhone 4S catches his wife with a lover. He provides screenshots to back his claim.
A man, or perhaps a boy, claims to have altered his ex's Netflix recommendations via a series of movie ratings in order to help her understand just how much she wronged him.
Panel of judges in New Jersey rules that it is perfectly permissible for a wife to track a husband whom she suspects to be a cheater, with the help of GPS.
One California school district is trying to crack down on plagiarism by having students turn in their papers online.
With the virtual watercooler abuzz about the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal, here's an NPR piece about a Web site making millions by helping people have affairs.
Systems integrators may well be enterprises' worst enemy, even as they pretend to be their friends. How open source can help.