Your big-name PC may have a security flaw in its update software
A textbook example of why bloatware can be bad.
Verizon's Galaxy S7 can install apps on its own, but don't panic
A recent update lets the carrier load more apps, but you probably won't get surprise bloatware.
Dell is the latest PC maker with a gaping security flaw, but it will fix it
Dell's PCs have a flawed security certificate that could expose you to attacks.
Apple will (eventually) let you remove some of its iOS apps
If it bugs you that Apple includes a ton of iOS apps that you can't remove, good news: you may get to yank some of them soon.
Lenovo PCs installed custom software even if you wiped them (updated)
Until a patch arrived, some of Lenovo's recent PCs would install update software on every boot -- even if you wiped the system clean.
You can delete Samsung's phone bloatware in China
Samsung responds to a Chinese lawsuit by pushing updates that let you delete Android phone bloatware.
Lyft's deal with Verizon gives drivers a break on phone service
Lyft isn't going to let Uber's partnership with AT&T go unanswered. The ridesharing outlet has...
Daily Roundup: HTC One M9 review, removing Galaxy S6 bloatware and more!
In today's Daily Roundup, we review the HTC One M9, learn how Samsung will let you remove bloatwar...
The Galaxy S6 lets you remove most apps (including Samsung's)
It's no secret that Samsung scaled back on bloatware with the Galaxy S6, reducing the clutter and...