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Apple has kept malware out of its App Store but iOS devices, like their Android rivals, are still susceptible to all sorts of attacks.
The second developer release of Apple's new mobile OS adds some new features and arrives 15 days after beta 1 was released at WWDC.
Apple is working on a fix for one of the most annoying problems in iOS: having to constantly log into apps.
With iOS 8 already just around the corner, it might be easy to look forward to that while overlooking some of the cool features that are already present in iOS 7.1. Here are a few dozen tips to help you master iOS 7.1.
The first Bitcoin app that supports currency transfers has launched on the App Store following Apple's policy change for virtual currency apps.
Apple's Handoff demo was one of the stars of the WWDC keynote. However, its hardware support will be limited to a select batch of current Macs.
After almost a year since it started taking orders, Tile is finally shipping. It's like having 'Find My iPhone' for your keys.
While there's no doubt that a TV or watch from Apple would be interest and disruptive – and I'm in no way ruling out such devices in the future – the health related additions to iOS will be far more beneficial to Apple in the short to medium term.
Microsoft officials admit they're contemplating whether to bring Microsoft's Cortana personal digital assistant technology to non-Windows platforms. Are the tradeoffs worth it?
There actually has been some iOS malware, but it's shockingly rare. It's all thanks to Apple's rigid control over app distribution.
Amazon continues to provide value to Prime subscribers and this time they are bringing ad-free music with access to over a million songs.
Launch Center Pro for iPad got a massive update today and if you're not using it, you should be.
Don't care about your data? Well, what about your employer's data, or that of your customers or clients? Can you afford to have the same lax attitude there? I hope not.
A new flaw allows any hands-on hacker to access iPhones and iPads where the user previously left off, including email, settings, and other apps.