Archive for the ‘bloatware’ Category

Lenovo Tells Users to Uninstall Vulnerable Updater

June 2nd, 2016

An advisory from PC maker Lenovo recommends that users uninstall Lenovo Accelerator Application, which includes components rife with security vulnerabilities.

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New Android Smartphones will Come with Fewer Pre-installed Apps

August 25th, 2015

A sigh of relief indeed!

Google is finally listening to us; it is ditching its haunting bloatware from the upcoming Android smartphones and tablets.

As per the current situation, our Android devices are attacked with Google’s suite of apps like Google Play Games, Google Newsstand, Google Play Books.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is expected not to be pre-occupied with Google+.

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