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Apple rushed the release of iOS 7.0.6 on Friday with a patch for a shockingly overlooked SSL encryption issue that leaves iPhone, iPad and Mac computer users open to a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack.
IPhone 5? That's old tech! It appears Apple is working on a rival to the Google Glass wearable computer.
Malware hit the iOS App Store. Don't worry though: it won't harm your iPhone, iPad, or Mac (your Windows computer is a different story, but even that is a long shot), and Apple has already removed it.
It's possible to log keystrokes from a computer by using an iPhone 4 to monitor the keyboard's vibrations.
The iPhone is tracking your every move, and secretly logging this information to a file kept on the handset. When you sync your handset with your PC or Mac, that file is copied over to your system. Anyone with access to your handset or computer could get their hands on this information.How uneasy does that make you feel?
Free iPhone Photo Transfer allows you to move photos/camera roll to local disc for backup or save iPhone space as well as copy pictures...
Adobe admitted last week its flash player won't be dominant on smartphones, the fastest growing computer segment. In fact, you can watch YouTube on your iPhone today. So, Adobe, shut up already!
Today's gadgets don't give the kids much of a chance to tinker, claims academic
Free iPhone Book Transfer Lite is a free version of Amazing iPhone Transfer which shares part of its functions to help Apple users...
At first I thought the Safari web browser would have the same limitations as the one on the iPhone, but I was pleasantly surprised to find every site I need to access working perfectly on the larger screen iPad. Maybe the iPad really can serve as my computer replacement.
HP's Slate computer, while still not available, is the closest thing to market so far that could be pitted head to head against the iPad. Despite some bumps for early adopters, though, the iPad has the potential to be mighty successful, especially with a new smaller version already in the works and a large ecosystem of apps and developers who cut their teeth on the enormously successful iPhone.
The iPad has yet to arrive but developers are already releasing tablet versions or new titles. A big question for coders is how much value iPad customers will find in the new mobile platform? Developers must wait and see whether users accept a price range more towards computer software or that of iPhone apps.
Apple today announced the iPad, a 10-inch tablet computer running the iPhone OS.I have to start with the name.
Apple on Wednesday announced the iPad, a 9.7-inch tablet computer that fits in between the iPhone smartphone and the MacBook computer.
In a similar fashion to the relatively benign ikee virus that was recently released, another iPhone virus is targeting jailbroken Australian devices and builds botnet functionality into it, according to computer security firm, Sophos.
Amazon is making its Kindle electronic book service more accessible by launching a new free app for Windows PCs. The new app will let users download and read ebooks on their computer, and, like the iPhone app, it will sync with Kindle readers.
Back in the days when I had a dedicated Grafitti area on my Palm OS devices I discovered an alternative text entry method (2002 to be exact) that was designed with overlays that you placed on top of the Grafitti area. This text entry method was optimized for stylus entry to minimize the distance you had to travel to enter text since QWERTY keyboards are designed for two handed computer entry. Exideas developed the MessagEase form of text entry that has allowed me to enter text accurately and quickly on various Palm and Pocket PC devices over the years. They have now developed and launched an iPhone solution in case you want to use something other than the default QWERTY keyboard provided by Apple.
Both Andrew and Jason posted the news about the latest Apple tablet computer rumor that has the 9.7 inch device slated for an October release for $800. As a guy who tried a few Windows Tablet PC devices in the past, but rarely even used the touch screen functionality of the Tablets I at first just kind of shrugged off this latest rumor. Then I paused and thought a bit more about what Apple did with the smartphone market after launching the iPhone and now I think there are some real possibilities here for Apple to again demonstrate how something like a large screen tablet can be done right.
The blogosphere is abuzz about about the prospect of an Apple tablet coming in 2010. According to a note written by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster (via Silicon Alley Insider) Apple is developing a tablet-based computer that will be positioned between the iPhone/iPod touch and its MacBook lineup of notebooks:The idea is that it'd be better for surfing the Web, watching movies, and reading books than the iPod or iPhone, but not powerful enough that it would crush notebook sales.
The computer manufacturer-turned-smartphone maker has been enjoying great success recently with its iPhone, as corporations too start looking seriously at the iPhone 3G.
No, not a comment on the weather in East Yorkshire this 'summer,' but rather a reflection on the recent eruption of content related to Cloud computing. Having taken a long weekend away from the computer, punctuated by occasional iPhone-powered checking of my feeds to sate the addiction, it really did feel as if there was a new Cloud computing post near the top of the pile every time I looked.
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