Whether you follow celebrity gossip or tech news, it seems that both genres have collided paths today in what can only be seen as one of the largest leaks of celebrity nude photos. According to multiple reports, it seems that a hacker has been steadily building up a collection of photos of a variety of celebrities and if you’re wondering what’s this got to do with tech, well it seems that they have managed to access these photos by hacking into Apple’s iCloud storage service.
Apple has yet to comment on the allegations that they have been hacked, but according to the reports, it seems that for the most part they were taken from iCloud, or so they claim. For those who are a little fuzzy about Apple’s iCloud services, it’s basically where users can upload and sync data on their phone with the cloud storage service. Not only can it sync your contacts, your calendars, your messages, your notes, but it can also backup your photos. Read full post →Potential iCloud Hack Sees Compromising Celebrity Photos Leaked
With Nokia’s mobile division having been sold off to Microsoft, what will Nokia do with itself? We’ve heard some rumors that Nokia could be eyeing the consumer market again and could break in with Android devices, something which Microsoft swiftly put an end to, and also wearable devices under their HERE brand.
That being said, Nokia’s CEO Rajeev Suri has recently given an interview with the Economic Times of India in which he revealed the company’s desire to move back to the B-to-C (business to consumer) business, as opposed to merely being a player who remains in the background. Read full post →Nokia Eyeing Return To Consumer Business