A popular alternative to the standard Mac Calendar application now supports Microsoft Exchange. BusyCal 2.5 offers more sharing and notification options than the Exchange support in Apple Calendar, the company said.
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Jason D. O'Grady
Jason O'Grady is a journalist and author specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile gadgets and his PowerPage blog has been publishing for over 17 years.
David Morgenstern has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years.
A new leak out of China shows what appears to be a video of an extremely scratch-resistant iPhone 5C. In it, the device survives close contact with coins, keys, screws, and paper clips unscathed.
Biometrics are the new NFC. Over a half a billion users have iTunes accounts primed for mobile payments. While traditional NFC is a nice-to-have feature that enables mobile commerce, biometrics are poised to make the iPhone the digital wallet of the future.
Samsung's smart watch is sure to turn heads on paper, but how will it perform in the real world? More importantly, how will Apple respond?
A team at Georgia Tech reports that it was able to upload a fake malware app to the Apple App Store. However, this event doesn't mean that Android is now the better choice when it comes to security.
Apple's new guidelines for apps contain significant changes to apps targeting children and gambling apps.
An online marketplace claims that proactive iPhone sellers can earn as much as $72 more by selling their old device (or at least arranging to) before Apple's media event on September 10.
Sammy appears to have timed its September 4 event at IFA Berlin to dominate the news cycle ahead of Apple's still-unconfirmed event on September 10.
If you plan on buying a new iPhone 5S or Retina iPad mini at launch on September 10, now's the time to dump your old gear and get top dollar.
Wireless IP cameras are undeniably powerful when it comes to security, but they can be expensive or difficult to set up (or both). A new IndieGogo project hopes to solve both problems and is on track to becoming the most successful crowd-funded connected home product ever.