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Apple 'actively investigating' iCloud link to celeb photo leak
Apple said Monday it is "actively investigating" whether a security breach at its iCloud service was responsible for the leak of several private, nude images of celebrities, including actress Jennifer Lawrence.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Here's One Way to Prevent Hackers From Leaking Your Nude Photos
Earlier this week, a post started on 4chan claimed a wealth of celebrity nudes--a large cache in possession of a hacker who'd gained access toa Reada Two-factor authentication is one of the best things you can do to make sure your accounts don't get hacked.
Stuff I've found interesting this week - 31 August
Seeing Through the Illusion: Understanding Apple's Mastery of the Media . The prodigy writes a long and very interesting look at Apple PR and the way it works.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Emerging smartphone markets to soar as mature market growth slows, IDC says
IDC just released its 2014 smartphone growth forecast . Mature markets are expected to grow only 4.9%, while emerging markets will continue to soar at 32.4%.
Tocobox Launches Tocomail for Gmail - The First Gmail Client App For Teenagers
Tocobox Inc., known for its safe and fun email service for kids, released Tocomail for Gmail today.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
International Business Times
Mom Shocked, Catches 12-Year Old Daughter Reading Erotica From iPad School Provided
A mother was surprised to discover her young daughter has been reading erotica from the gadget her school had provided for educational purposes.
IFTTT premium accounts soon as "IoT glue" gets funded
Internet-of-things and web service glue IFTTT will soon launch premium accounts for greater flexibility, as the company celebrates $30m in new funding.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
The marriage of Eyefi Cloud and IFTTT is a very fruitful one
Eyefi SD/WiFi cards are a great solution for anyone who wants to shoot photos and immediately have those images sent from a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera to a Mac, iOS device, or even a cloud storage alternative like Dropbox, Flickr and especially Eyefi's own Eyefi Cloud service.
U.S. Marketers Feel A Chill In China
China's wealth continues to increase state-funded projects like electric-vehicle charging stations and computer and smartphone operating systems, as part of the country's strategic government initiatives to become more independent.
Nobody Is Buying Amazon's Fire Phone
According to an estimate by Charles Arthur, technology editor at The Guardian, the world's largest online retailer sold fewer than 35,000 of its new smartphones in the first 20 days it was on the market.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Mom alleges students read erotic literature with school iPads
When it comes to her daughter's access to technology, Sarah is very strict: no phone, no social media, no personal computer.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha coming to EE, pre-order on Thursday
Sure, it looks a bit like the Galaxy S5, but the Alpha has a more "premium" feel and a posh metal frame.
Nimble Launches New Smart Contacts iPhone App to Intelligently Build and Nurture Relationships
The Nimble Smart Contacts app gathers contact details, insights, email, social conversations and signals into one simple mobile app to making it easier to nurture and build business relationships.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Google brings Slides to iPad, adds Office functionality
The iPad is great for productivity, that much is certain. Apple CEO Tim Cook says he gets about 80% of his work done on an iPad, and now you might be able to as well.
Facebook patching vulnerability that could force iPhones to make calls August 25th, 2014
For iPhone users, there's definitely some convenience in being able to just tap a phone number, kickstarting a prompt that will ask whether they'd like to call it.
Think Twice Before Using Your Smartphone
He plays bass guitar, and rather well some say. He discovered Christianity for himself and reads biblical texts.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
App security flaw makes your iPhone call without asking
If you're an iPhone user, you may want to be cautious about opening messages that contain phone numbers in the near future; they may cost you a lot of money.
The New Zealand Herald
Debbie Mayo-Smith: Want more referrals? Three how-to's
If we had more manners we would most probably reap more benefits - such as more customer referrals, says Debbie Mayo-Smith.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
iMessage Spam Shows How Smartphones Are Dumber Than We Think
Spammers whose messages previously just filled up your Gmail spam folder have found a way to infiltrate a new frontier: text messages, particularly those sent through Apple's iMessage network.
6 paid iOS apps worth Rs 1,650 that you can now download for free
Who doesn't like to download free apps on their phones or tablets? We sure do. To help you find some new apps we bring you a list of six great iPhone and iPad paid apps that are available for free for a limited time.