10/22/11 10/22/11 Tech News Recap For October 17 — 21 Geek 5: All the News You Need to Know October 22, 2011 by Tech 2 Halloween was top of mind this week, as we got inspired by comic book and TV favorites, got a look at the next Android operating system, and paid tribute to Steve Jobs. Miss anything? Catch up with the news in this week's recap. Motorola's MotoActv Hits the Fitness Scene What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Motorola introduced a small and portable hub for your fitness goals called the MotoActv this week. Coming with a 1.6-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen display and sweat-resistant band, the MotoActv tracks GPS for running and cycling, time, distance, speed, and calories burned during your workouts and stores up to 4,000 songs to keep you moving. Google Introduces Ice Cream Sandwich What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Android 4.0, codename Ice Cream Sandwich, is set to be rolled out to Android lovers everywhere this November with the launch of the Galaxy Nexus phone. We can't wait to try out these six cool features. A Tribute to Steve Jobs What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! While many Apple stores were closed earlier this week for a private memorial service for employees to honor the life of company founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, Apple updated its website to showcase the messages Apple owners, fans, and the public at large submitted in the wake of the tech innovator's death. Siri's Security Flaw What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! A recently discovered security hole in Siri on the iPhone 4S allows anyone access to Siri even if your phone is pass code locked. Here's how to keep her on lockdown. Get Ready For Halloween! What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Halloween is fast approaching, so if you're planning a spooky bash, or have yet to decide on a costume, flip through this slideshow for geeky inspiration for All Hallows' Eve.