While shopping apps like the Apple Store app makes shopping on our mobile devices easier, it can also be dangerous as someone could accidentally purchase an item using your account thus putting you out of hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in a single click. Thankfully things are about to get safer in the latest Apple Store app.
Apple has recently pushed out an update to the Apple Store app, bringing it up to version 3.3. With the latest version, the main changes that Apple has made is in its security. Basically now users have the option of enabling two-step authentication which means that an extra code will have to be entered to verify your purchases. Read full post →Apple Store App Updated With Two-Step Authentication
There have been plenty of rumors surrounding who may or may not acquire BlackBerry, although to date we have yet to see any of these rumors come to fruition. Well here to add to the list is a report from DigiTimes who claims to have heard from industry sources that companies such as Microsoft and Xiaomi could be interested in the Canadian handset maker.
Along with these two companies, their industry sources have also suggested that more than one Chinese OEM was interested as well and have also named the lines of Lenovo and Huawei, claiming that by acquiring BlackBerry it would give them a larger presence in the western market. Of course it should be noted that they are referred to as potential investors so it seems that maybe their interest could be in its initial stages versus being in talks with the company already. Read full post →BlackBerry Eyed By Microsoft & Xiaomi For Acquisition [Rumor]