UPDATED: According to a report by security firm GFI, Apple's Mac OS X is the most vulnerable operating system, with the iOS platform coming in second. A debate over reporting nuances and merits of the report quickly followed.
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Microsoft's Yammer enterprise social-networking team is rolling out new capabilities for Yammer on iOS, OS X and Android devices.
Apple has released iOS 8.1.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which brings with it relief for those who feel that updates have become too cumbersome to install.
Google has released its Chrome Remote Desktop app for iOS, allowing users to remotely access their PCs using their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
Jealous of the tight integration between iOS and OS X 10.10 Yosemite? Feel left out because you use an Android device on Windows? Wish there was an easy way to send files to your Android device? You need AirDroid 3.
The software helps users move files from their Android, iOS, and Windows devices to an Intel-powered laptop running the Chrome OS.
The week in iOS: Apple hit with $350 million suit over iPod, patent grant to protect dropped phones, and shifted selfie camera.
Web developers wanted to test their creations in the latest preview version of Internet Explorer are now able to do without needing to install a Windows 10 preview, thanks to Azure and a client app for Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android.
Features in the latest versions of iOS and OS X could be reason enough for small businesses to go all in with Apple devices.
If iOS and OS X developers want their notifications to reach end users, they should start supporting TLS now.
The iPod has been relegated to the non-material "other" revenue bucket for Apple starting next quarter. But its DNA lives on in the iPhone, iOS and App Store.
iOS 8.1 is coming, and it brings with it Apple Pay, and closer integration with OS X Yosemite, the company's next-generation desktop operating system.
Despite slower iOS 8 adoption on day one, Apple's new OS is on track on match iOS 7's rollout.
Amidst this week's hoopla over iOS, Amazon announced a major update to its version of Android Fire OS, Google shared its vision for Android One, and Microsoft released a cool mobile keyboard that works on several platforms.
So just what does Apple have in store for us next week? New iPhones? iWatch? iOS 8? OS X Yosemite?
Just as the iPod became a gateway drug for the iPhone, which itself became the gateway drug for the iPad, iOS is set to become the platform that tempts people into the OS X ecosystem.
One of the bugs fixed in iOS and Apple TV was first reported a year ago and fixed in OS X in May of this year.
Microsoft revealed their new Surface computer, Google improved the functionality of Chromebooks, and Apple has some exciting things coming in OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.
Apple is now clearly – and quite aggressively – leveraging the iOS to push OS X. It's capitalizing on the fact that almost 90 percent of iOS devices are running the latest version of iOS (compare this to Android, where less than 10 percent of devices are running the latest KitKat release).
Overnight, many Australian users of Apple's devices, both iOS and OS X, have woken up to find access to their devices locked by hackers asking for US$100 to unlock them.
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