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Apple Designing Servers In-House to Prevent Snooping

With the amount of sensitive information stored on their servers, cloud providers take security very seriously. However, many cloud services actually use third-party servers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure to run their platform. Even for those…

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Apple Reportedly Working on iCloud Security to Lock Out Law Enforcement

Apple is currently facing an uphill battle against the FBI regarding the security of their iPhone devices. In order to reinforce their stance of being unable and unwilling to hand over the keys to personal information…

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Apple Would Have Given Government Data But Someone Changed The Passcode

It seems like every time I look at the news another company has put in their chips on the Apple vs FBI discussion. From being told to allow the FBI access, to finding a way to give…

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End-to-End Encrypted iMessages Can Still be Read by Apple

Apple’s approach to user security is admirable – though its dedication to end-to-end encryption could see its smartphones banned in California – but despite its iMessage service – an instant messaging app used for communications between Apple…

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Apple Waves Goodbye to iPhoto

It’s come to the end of the road for apples iPhoto and Aperture apps, Apple have released a replacement called Photos that provides the functionality of both aperture and iPhoto. iPhoto was released in 2002 and has…

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Apple Opens Up iWork Web Apps To People Without Apple Devices for Free

Apple has just made it possible for anyone, even those who don’t own an Apple product, to access iCloud web apps. Previously, only those who owned an iOS device or Mac could use the online versions…

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OS X 10.10.3 Seeded to Developers – Includes Highly Anticipated ‘Photos’ App

Apple has just seeded the first beta of OS X 10.10.3 to developers, asking them test a number of tweaks and improvements, but most importantly, asking them to test the newly included Photos app – the…

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4chan Founder ‘Moot’ Leaves the Site

Founder of 4chan Christopher Poole, better known under the pseudonym ‘Moot’, has said farewell to the site he started 11 years ago. He said his goodbyes in a live broadcast on YouTube, watched by over 400,000…

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‘Hidden Message’ Revealed in iCloud EULA

Terms and Conditions or End User License Agreements have always carried a certain amount of mystery. Largely because of their extraordinary length and mundane context which means nobody ever reads them. Well artist Florence Meunier has ‘revealed’…

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E-Mail Startup Acompli Acquired by Microsoft

Startup e-mail app Acompli has been snapped up Microsoft. The moves surprised no one, since news of the deal accidentally leaked last week when a blog draft with the url http://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2014/11/25/microsoft-acquires-acompli/, written by Microsoft Vice President…

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Apple Updates iWork for iCloud With New Editing Features

Apple has delivered some updates to iWork for iCloud, its online productivity apps. There are now 8 new languages, including French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, German and Arabic and Hebrew for Pages only. Perhaps more interestingly though,…

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Apple increasing iCloud Security in light of Celebrity Scandal

An ever-developing story, not long ago many celebrities have had nude photos and videos leaked all over the internet (see above), originating from popular image board website 4chan alongside self proclaimed “front page of the internet” Reddit.…

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There was no ‘Leak’ to the iCloud – Apple Proclaims

We’re sure you’ve seen the above image by now. In recent days, an apparent Apple iCloud hack has seen numerous A-list celebrities have naked pictures and videos leaked all over the internet – stemming from popular…

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The Main Suspect behind the Celebrity Nude Leak Denies All Accusations

The leak of hundreds of erotic and nude photos of celebrities quickly got the interest of most of the internet and has dominated the news headlines for the past day already. As it is with every…

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iCloud Hack Takes Out Apple Devices in Australia and New Zealand

Some Australians and New Zealanders who own iPads and iPhones received a rude awakening from an online attacker. When they powered up their iOS devices, their home screens were locked on a nefarious message. “Device hacked…

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Microsoft Adds Extra OneDrive and Office 365 Free Space, Lowers Subscription Fees

Since OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive) has been launched, Microsoft offered a standard 7 GB free storage space with additional subscription fees for users who required more. However, this is about to chance with Microsoft’s latest…

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Apple Exploit Can Disable ‘Find my Phone’ and Have Your Device Erased On Firmware 7.0.4

It appears that yet another bug cropped up in Apple’s latest iPhone iOS 7 firmware. The latest finding apparently lets you bypass the user password and deactivate the Find my Phone feature, hiding it from the…