This week in iOS came reports of Apple looking at tracking iPhones when turned off, and analysts chiming in about Apple Watch and Apple Pay,
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Which apps are hogging space, consuming mobile data, and sucking the life out of your Android smartphone?
No search result is a passive reproduction of data from a "public domain". Google makes the public domain public. Search underpins a massive profit-making machine.
If you're a Dropbox user who owns an iPhone or iPad, then your life is about to get a lot more productive.
Starting with Office for iOS, Microsoft is enabling its new Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps to access third-party cloud-storage services, including Apple's iCloud.
This week in the world of iOS were reports that Jet Blue will accept Apple Pay inflight, iOS had a large increase in managed devices in the enterprise, and Apple has increased the maximum allowed iOS app size to 4GB.
Apple has doubled the maximum allowable app size on iOS to 4GB, allowing developers to make bigger, richer apps.
Pinterest users can now install iOS apps directly from the discovery platform.
The product updates and rollouts come just ahead of next week's Strata + Hadoop summit.
The majority of dating apps have serious security vulnerabilities that put user data at risk. And because people are online dating at work, those risks are passed onto their employer.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 6, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Researchers say they have identified malware which aims to steal data from iOS devices as part of a targeted attack.
Under Armour, thanks to its acquisitions of three fitness app firms -- including MyFitnessPal, has amassed a lot of athlete data. But will that data help its core business?
The worst part? Microsoft will take (and store) your email account credentials in its cloud if you use the app, released this week.
Microsoft is using the code base from its Acompli acquisition to deliver new Outlook apps for iOS and Android.
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.
This week in iOS news we saw the unveiling of a teeny, tiny keyboard, Apple Watch details emerged, and a patent hints at iCloud-based TouchID.
Apple and iOS had a head start with apps, but now Android has caught up and even overtaken it: how this will play out is far from certain.
Apple's latest iOS 8.2 beta includes new Bluetooth settings to connect a Watch to an iPhone and signs of a dedicated Apple Watch app.
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.
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