How to stream the World Cup

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is set to kick off on June 12 in Brazil. Here’s how you can tune in on all of your devices. Wikimedia Commons People all over the world are preparing for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The tournament is set to begin on June 12 in Brazil and will run through the middle of July. In the United States, all 64 matches will be broadcast live in English on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN 2, and in Portuguese on ESPN Deportes. ESPN will air 43 games, ESPN 2 will carry 11, and ABC will air 10 … Continue reading How to stream the World Cup

Intel’s 2014 Android ambitions embrace 64-bit, more tablets

The chipmaker is still trying to make its mark in the Android mobile market. Not surprisingly, it intends to get more aggressive in the coming year. Dell’s Venue 8 runs Android on top of an Intel Atom processor. It starts at $180. (Credit: Dell) Intel has big Android ambitions for 2014. The chipmaker’s points of focus for the year ahead include 64-bit processing power and more tablets. While still overwhelmingly a purveyor of processors for Windows PCs, Intel knows Android is its ticket to a bigger share of the mobile market. One way to make a mark is to go … Continue reading Intel’s 2014 Android ambitions embrace 64-bit, more tablets

Protect your Android device from malware

Mobile malware is on the rise and your device could be at risk. These tips could help you stay safe and keep your personal information out of the hands of cybercriminals. The adoption rate of mobile devices continues to soar, with Android leading the way. The open-source operating system that is led by Google is now found on more than half of all smartphones. In fact, research firm Strategy Analytics found that 81.3 percent, or 204.4 million, of smartphones shipped in the third quarter of 2013 were powered by Android. This massive user base has caught the attention of cybercriminals, who have begun … Continue reading Protect your Android device from malware