Researchers are warning genuine apps can be easily replaced with fake apps, which can be used to vacuum up a smartphone user's entire store of data.
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Since getting the bigger iPhone, the Kindle Fire HDX has been gathering dust.
In response to what some users have dubbed #bendgate, Apple says handsets which bend when placed in pockets will be replaced -- on condition of a "Visual Mechanical Inspection."
The biggest iPhone yet has hit the streets, and reports indicate sales in the millions. Is it worth all the fuss?
As Australian telcos line up to lure customers on the back of the expected release of Apple's iPhone 6, Telstra is matching Optus' offer and raising a replacement handset after 12 months.
Apple's investigations have concluded that "a very small percentage of iPhone 5 devices may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently."
In its ads, Microsoft says the Surface Pro 3 is "the tablet that can replace your laptop." With the addition of a new docking station, the Surface Pro has its eye on your desktop PC, too.
Apple has launched an exchange programme covering 37 countries, for an adaptor that came with iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S.
Analysts are betting that an iPhone 6 with a larger screen can solve Apple's Samsung issue and grab more customers and earnings power.
The Loop Fob turns the iPhone into a credit card replacement, foretelling what smartphones makers might do next.
HP and Lenovo are betting that Android PCs can convert both office and home Windows PC users to Android.
Apple may be ditching the refurbished answer to cracked screens for in-store replacements, according to a report.
Apple has said it will replace devices where the battery is draining too quickly or taking a while to charge up.
The iPhone and iPad maker has been without a retail chief for almost a year. During that time, visitors to Apple Stores have declined, and revenues and sales are flat. While nobody has yet fit the bill to replace the retail boss, is Apple simply not in a rush to find a replacement?
Why sit at a desk when you could be out and about and still be able to control your PC or Mac from your smartphone or tablet? Here's how I do it.
The results are in from the Chicago Sun-Times' switch from professional photographers to reporters with iPhones, and the results aren't pretty.
Microsoft's new "no transfer" policy for Office 2013 has left some customers asking what happens if the original PC fails and needs replacement. A corporate blog post tries to "add clarity" to the issue, but what the company really needs to do is change the license terms themselves. UPDATED: Microsoft reverses policy, will allow transfers after all.
As of February 2013, Microsoft's Live Mesh PC-sync service will be no more. SkyDrive is its replacement.
Yes, tablets are outselling PCs. And yes, Microsoft's tablets run Windows. But could the Surface serve as a full-fledged PC replacement?
A look back at 2012, where governments grappled Internet controls, Windows 8 was released, the iPhone 5 finally arrived, and the post-PC era stormed ahead as the PC withered away.
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