So later today, it is expected that BlackBerry will officially take the wraps off the BlackBerry Porshe Design P’9983, the phone which is BlackBerry’s latest collaboration with the folks over at Porsche. So far we’ve seen leaked renderings, leaked photos, and if you’re a little sick of the leaked stuff, you might be pleased to learn that BlackBerry has since unveiled an official rendering of the handset.
This was revealed on BlackBerry’s website where the company also dived into what went into the design process of the handset. Now as you can see, the handset looks pretty damn sleek, although given BlackBerry and Porsche Design’s collaborative efforts in the past, it will most likely not come cheap. Read full post →BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Revealed On BlackBerry’s Website
Yesterday we reported that Apple had enabled two-step authentication when logging into iCloud from the web. If users had chosen to enable it, all they’d be able to access is the Find My iPhone feature as the other features will be locked until you enter a generated passcode that will be sent to your trusted device.
Sounds good, right? Well if you were hoping that the security would make its way to other apps that might rely on iCloud, you’re in luck because according to a supporting document (via MacRumors), third-party apps that do not have their own two-step authentication and that can potentially store data in iCloud will soon offer two-step authentication as well, courtesy of Apple. Read full post →Two-Step Authentication Extended To Third-Party Apps That Access iCloud