We're talking about Netflix's comedy moves, kilobot attacks, and the obvious demographic of AOL subscribers.
Today we say goodbye to Justin the intern, who's name we just started remembering last week. We'll give him an exit interview on the show and find out what he really thinks about his boss. We're also talking about Netflix's comedy moves, kilobot attacks, and the obvious demographic of AOL subscribers.
Turns out storing your data overseas may not be such a good idea. Also, Samsung teases some "very innovative" products. Those stories and more in this week's rundown of all the tech news.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers two travelers some insight on the best ways to save money on their wireless service while traveling abroad.
Charges imposed on calls from foreign lands don't increase countries' revenue, the research organization concludes. Instead, the fees cut revenue and penalize poorer people.
Several key improvements were planned for the app but haven't made it to iOS 8 yet, says TechCrunch. Why not?
CEO Marissa Mayer wants to turn the firm around by making it big in mobile. CNET talks to the man she chose to make that happen.
Most versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3 won't be getting the upgrade to KitKat. The LTE version of the S3, however, will be eligible for the Android 4.4 upgrade.
Australians trying to access streaming service Hulu may find themselves blocked, with the site now locking out those streaming content via VPN.
The device comes with a 5-inch display and a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. It has a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and 5-megapixel front-facing option.