Apple gear is HIPAA compliant when using WPA2 Enterprise security. It's arguable that WPA and WPA/Personal connections are also compliant, but it's debatable.
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Apple and Microsoft thought that the Nortel and Novell patents were worth more than Google did, so they paid more for them. Now Google whines about it on its official blog? Sounds like sour grapes.
Apple today announced that Dr. Eric Schmidt, chief executive officer of Google, is resigning from Apple’s Board of Directors, a position he has held since August 2006.
A patent application filed by Apple in February 2008 for multi-touch display screen with localized tactile feedback indicates that the company is researching haptic feedback for possible inclusion in the iPhone and iPod touch.
A recent spate of patent applications filed by Apple and unearthed by AppleInsider detail an intelligent universal battery technology that could lead to a removable battery in a future iPhone model.The Apple patent application details plans for a universal rechargeable battery that can be swapped interchangeably between, presumably, Apple devices.
In what could be a game changer for the smartphone industry, Apple was awarded a patent for its multi-touch interface for the iPhone and iPod touch.Patent number 7,479,949 was filed on 11 April 2008 and was approved on January 20, 2009 and covers multi-touch and all associated gestures such as pinch, swipe and rotation.
That madman of disassembly, a.k.a. Kodwarisan, has already unboxed and completely disassembled the new MacBook (Late-2008) that was announced yesterday.
According to a piece at Fortune's Apple 2.0 blog Apple has sold 8 million iPhones to date.
Reader Paul Hitchcox noticed that Apple's discussion boards are littered with posts about iCal syncing problems with iPhone, (here's one that's grown to 73,000+ views). Here's another.
In a surprising move Apple rumor site Think Secret has agreed to stop publishing today to settle lawsuit with Apple, Inc. In a brief, 68-word press release, publisher and founder Nick Ciarelli said:Apple and Think Secret have settled their lawsuit, reaching an agreement that results in a positive solution for both sides.