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Companies that built their fortunes on internet data have too much at stake to preserve authoritative news or privacy. Apple stands in their way.
Like it did in China, Apple has decided it will comply with a 2014 Russian law requiring citizen data to be stored in local servers.
Andrew Orr and John Martellaro chat with host Kelly Guimont about common tech purchasing mistakes and the latest international privacy news.
David Nield wrote about five mistakes we all make when we buy new tech. It’s a good list to reflect upon when you’re in the market for new gadgets. Prying open the packaging of your new gadget should fill you with excitement, not second thoughts. To avoid the sinking feeling...
A privacy bill introduced by Utah lawmaker Rep. Craig Hall could bar warrantless searches of cloud data uploaded to apps and other services.
Roger Fingas shares some ways to watch Super Bowl LIII on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. The Super Bowl kicks off Sunday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern, 3:30 p.m. Pacific. The game will be played from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The GCHQ wants Apple to secretly add the agency to iMessage chats and FaceTime calls, effectively creating a backdoor into encryption.
Apple issued an apology to MacRumors, saying that a software update to fix the Group FaceTime bug won’t arrive until next week. We have fixed the Group FaceTime security bug on Apple’s servers and we will issue a software update to re-enable the feature for users next week. W...
Apple announced that February is Heart Month, and during the month there will be Activity Challenges on Apple Watch.
John Detrixhe argues that Apple should release its own debit card to prepare for the wave of contactless cards. But consumers typically avoid moving their financial accounts and tend to be faithful, even when they dislike the service. An Apple debit card is a chance for the ...
The adverts are likely to be as big a talking point from this weekend’s Super Bowl as the football. Techcrunch reported on how Amazon stops those ads waking millions of Alexa’s across the country. The procedure is relatively simple if Amazon is producing the advert itsel...
Dr. Mario World will hit iOS devices this summer, Nintendo announced. It will work on the project with mobile services firm LINE.
Apple scored its second legal victory against Qualcomm this month when a German court threw out 4 cases brought by the chip maker.
It’s time to break down Apple’s earnings, and Bryan Chaffin is joined by guest-host Jeff Gamet to do just that. They also discuss the ins and outs, ups and downs, and even some sideways aspects of Apple’s iPhone strategy. They cap the show with a look at Apple’s one weird...
Facebook had its enterprise certificates restored by Apple. They had been revoked following the exposure of rule violations.
The Verge has the review of the 49-inch Dell UltraSharp U4919DW monitor and Stefan Etienne loves it. “Extravagant, ridiculous, amazing…” There are plenty of ultrawide monitors available, but Dell’s UltraSharp U4919DW stands out because it’s the first 49-inch ultrawide...
Apple followed up on its revocation of Facebook’s enterprise certificates by revoking Google’s for an app that violated App Store rules.
jeudi 31 janvier 2019, 22:41
Apple shipped 14.5 million iPads in the 2018 holiday quarter, a 10% increase on the year before, giving them 26% of the global tablet market.
In 1973 a photo of a Swedish Playboy model was used to create the JPEG image format. Linda Kinstler tracked down Lena Forsen. Among some computer engineers, Lena is a mythic figure, a mononym on par with Woz or Zuck. Whether or not you know her face, you’ve used the...
Apple should fix the group FaceTime bug in iOS 12.1.4 which the company says will appear later this week. If we don’t see it today then that means tomorrow (via Macrumors). [Apple Sued Over Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug] Group FaceTime Bug As was widely reported, the...
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