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Reinvented Software is pleased to announce Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0 today.
Are you one of those people who likes to organize your life around to-do lists? If so, Mavericks' Reminders app is here to help.
For the second time in less than two weeks, Apple is defending itself against claims that call into question the security of iOS.
Here's a tip from iMore's Ally Kazmucha for users who are suffering from disappearing or improperly syncing iCloud contacts once they've upgraded to iOS 7.1.2. It turns out the issue isn't with iCloud, it's with a new default in iOS 7.1.2. The update causes your iOS device to switch your contacts back to the On My iPhone group.
In this second excerpt from their new book, Morningstar's Heather Brilliant and Elizabeth Collins detail how companies leverage cost advantage and switching costs to their benefit.
Speaking at the Hackers On Planet Earth conference in New York, Jonathan Zdziarski basically shot down Apple's claims about security and their efforts to safeguard iOS devices from police and government snooping.
Every once in a while, I'll hear from a friend or family member that they're mourning the loss of their precious smartphone.
Apple wants a seat at the enterprise table and IBM will soon be rolling out the red carpet that leads to the boardroom.
The second quarter of 2014 represents an inflection point for work technology. Announcements and product unveilings made in this quarter indicate serious ramifications for the near-term and long-term future of work.
Apple has endowed iPhones with undocumented functions that allow unauthorized people in privileged positions to wirelessly connect and harvest pictures, text messages, and other sensitive data without entering a password or PIN, a forensic scientist warned over the weekend.
Get a browser to work where it's not welcome The iCloud home page is persnickety in general about browsers, but it's not alone.
Apple has expanded its two-factor authentication for iCloud and other services to 48 more countries, bringing the total to 59. The feature was initially launched in 11 countries, including the UK, to help protect users from hackers trying to access their accounts.
IBM and Apple were the first big success stories for cloud computing, and they've had to stand by and watch other companies enjoy the fruits of the industry they invented.
Check out this article! http://venturebeat.com/2014/07/18/icloud-in-a-box-bitcasa-cloudfs-api-gives-devs-and-users-control-privacy-ownership/ With total worldwide mobile traffic having reached more than 1.5 exabytes per month in 2013 and digital data expected to increase 10 fold by 2016, mobile app developers need to figure out a better storage ... (more)
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:05 am
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