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Russian search company Yandex places Android and iPad first on mobile.
Apple rallied its troops of developers at its recent developer conference and dissed the rival Android platform. But Apple shouldn't worry about defections: developers are following the money and that means iOS.
Although iOS generates seemingly random passwords for its hotspots to eliminate the use of 'default' passwords, researchers at a German university have found that they are able to break these passwords in under a minute.
Badges and icons will take on a whole new, dynamic level in iOS 7, according to developers.
Much like cloud computing and big data, bring your own device has become an irritating buzzword that is being tossed around with unrelenting vigour in the IT industry, but mobility isn't just about BYOD.
A BMW spokesperson dissed Apple's iOS in the Car technology, implying that its own in-dash entertainment offering is superior. Then corporate threw it into reverse and went into damage-control mode.
Apple didn't give it much time during the WWDC keynote, but Apple's iTunes Radio service is a pretty big deal. Here's why Apple decided to use the radio station model (ala Pandora) instead of the catalog model (ala Spotify).
A flaw in iOS 7 gives attackers the ability to quietly go through a user's camera roll to delete pictures or, worse, share them with others — even if the device uses a lock screen.
Some have accused Apple of copying the user experience of its competitors for the latest version of its mobile OS. Some are complaining that the changes are too drastic, or have not gone far enough. The reality is that the future of computing has one ultimate and common goal, which is to eliminate the user interface altogether.
If you have a mobile app, now is the time to pitch it to Yahoo.
Pushing change for change's sake doesn't win over users.
There will be no send-off for the last of Nokia's Symbian shipments.
The iPhone and iPad maker on Monday announced iOS 7, its latest mobile operating system. ZDNet takes it for a test drive and shows you the new user interface and some of the new features.
While the developer previews of iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks showed some evolutionary new features, there are several new features that are still lacking in Apple's new operating systems.
Apple used its Worldwide Developer Conference to announce OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, iTunes Radio, and new MacBook Air, Mac Pro and AirPort hardware.