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President Obama compares problems with the initial launch of U.S. healthcare site to iOS 7.
Mobile device/application management vendor updates its on-premise Windows-based solution to accommodate business features in Apple's upcoming mobile OS refresh.
Apple confirms that faulty DRM code was to blame for corrupted iOS and Mac apps being served to users.
Telstra has moved to quell fears over its passing of customer browsing history to a third party overseas, stating that only the base URL of a website was disclosed.
A new website allows anyone to create passes for iOS 6 Passbook (for boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, etc.) ahead of the public release of the API.
Screenshot claims Reliance Communication's website filtering and blocking server has been hacked by Anonymous to block other websites.
Television blog TV Central will not resume publishing operations in the aftermath of a failed server migration that wiped the site's entire content history. The failed migration triggered a war of words between TV Central's owner and the data-hosting provider VentraIP, which finally came to a head today.
Popular TV website TV Central has pointed the finger squarely at its hosting provider VentraIP over an issue that saw all of the site's text, video and audio content disappear for good during a recent server migration. VentraIP, however, has come out with its side of the story.
Facebook has ported the Facebook Platform to Google's Android, in addition to already supporting Apple iOS and its own mobile website. The company did not say what mobile OS is next.
Apple's released a universal iOS app for its immensely popular movie trailer website. It's like having all the movie trailers you could ever want in HD, in your pocket.
Facebook has ported the Facebook Platform to the mobile world. For now, the company is supporting Apple iOS and its own mobile website.
At next week's iPhone 5 launch, we'll marvel at Apple's leadership of the mobile Web. But early adoption of HTML5 and the lesson of history tells us iOS will soon be in decline.
GlobalSign is to resume issuing SSL-website certificates, after the certificate authority said that hackers had breached one of its web servers.
Adobe has baked support for Apple's HTTP Live Streaming technology into Flash Media Server 4.5, providing a workaround for Flash video on iOS devices
Adobe is warming up to iOS with a new version of its Flash Media Server software.
CIO-favorite BlackBerry Enterprise Server will soon offer its enterprise security and manageability for iOS and Android devices. It's a good sign for RIM and good news for IT administrators.
A teaser page touting key features of the iOS 4.2 software update has appeared on the official Apple website ahead of the software's imminently expected release.
Square has finally opened its doors to the public after a 10 month private pilot. Now anyone can request a free credit card reader for their iOS device from the Square website.
On Wednesday Apple released iOS 4.0.2 firmware for the iPhone and iPod touch and 3.2.2 for the iPad. This update fixes the security exploit that was used by the jailbreakme.com website to jailbreak iDevices. But there's a catch. While Apple acknowledges the seriousness of the issue, there's no fix on offer for first-generation iPhone and iPod touch owners. You haven't spent any money lately, so no patch love for you.
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