Before you sync your iCloud or reinstall your apps, you need to lock down your iPhone or iPad. Here are seven important tweaks (and more) you can set to bolster your privacy.
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A highly anticipated talk by two Carnegie Mellon University researchers on how to identify users of the Tor internet privacy network has been axed from the Black Hat USA 2014 conference next month.
Penultimate is Evernote's "DNA" for building digital handwriting into the software company's flagship product.
Looking at data isn't the most flashy thing to do all day, but the team at Panic just launched their Status Board app for the iPad to help improve the experience.
Apple released iOS 6.1 today with enhanced LTE support, but privacy advocates will appreciate its new "Reset Advertising Identifier" button, which gives iPhone and iPad users a new option.
Evernote continues to roll out free applications to improve your life and their new Food 2.0 application, optimized for the iPad, is perfect for holiday cooking.
You can find ebook apps and access bookstores from a number of vendors on iOS and the latest addition comes from Sony. They started the modern eInk experience and you can now get access to that old content on your iPad or iPhone.
With the release of the iPad mini and its updated big brother, the 4th-generation iPad, I just had to pick them up to see if they live up to the hype. Here's my experience so far.
Can Windows 8 replicate the "it just works" experience of iPad, or is Windows RT a better bet...?
Nokia Music is one of the unique services Nokia brings to Windows Phone and we now get to experience it in the USA.
As the owner (and heavy user) of both the iPad and the Nexus 7, the superior user experience (UX) of the iPad tells me a smaller iPad will quickly surpass the Nexus 7, hands down.
iPad mania is all the rage in the airline industry. But does it make a jot of difference to the customer experience? Not as far as I can tell.
I backed the Touchfire iPad keyboard Kickstarter project and my first keyboard arrived last week. I wrote this review with the keyboard and am loving the lightweight, no bulk solution for text entry.
Murmurs of Facebook smatphone resurface after social networking giant hires handful of former Apple engineers with experience on iPhone and iPad, report says.
Apple has introduced a new model to its successful iPad range, which it calls 'the new iPad', rather than the iPad 3.The device was launched on Wednesday in San Francisco and brings a number of new hardware features, such as a 5-megapixel camera, high-resolution 'retina' display and quad-core graphics processor for an improved gaming experience.
If you're watching the GRAMMY Awards tonight you should bust out your iPad for an enhanced experience.
The Apple iPad is a valuable tool and can be used for serious productivity. The TouchFire keyboard is a slick overlay that is doing extremely well at Kickstarter.
Experience and reward company RedBalloon has given each of its staff a shiny new iPad 2 to use as a productivity tool, but the company has told ZDNet Australia that it has no intentions of using the Apple tablets to replace its fleet of desktop computers.
The world is still waiting for a Facebook iPad app, but Facebook's head of mobile products discusses a recent acquisition is helping the social network deploy a unified experience on a larger scale.
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