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iCloud Hacker Pleads Guilty To Phishing Scheme

03/16/2016, A couple of years ago, you might recall that Apple’s iCloud was compromised and private photos belonging to many celebrities were downloaded and published online. According to a recent report from NBC News, it seems that a Pennsylvania man has since...

WSJ Report ‘Confirms’ Apple Is Beefing Up iCloud Security

03/16/2016, Right now as many of you guys have heard, Apple and the FBI and DOJ are embroiled in a debate as to whether or not Apple should comply with the court’s order to unlock the iPhone belonging to a terrorist. Apple claims that they are unable to, in which...

Greek iCloud Users Get 30 Days Of Free Service

07/12/2015, The Greek financial crisis has been making headlines over the past few weeks and while the country continues to negotiate with its creditors for another bailout, it has imposed capital controls to prevent significant cash outflow to protect against an...

Apple To Build High Speed Network For Faster Content Delivery

06/08/2015, If you’ve ever tried to use Siri, you know that sometimes it can take a while for the feature to process what you’ve asked of it and a while for the results to be returned. This is because your commands are actually sent to a server to be parsed which...

Microsoft Adds iCloud Support To Its Office For iOS Apps

02/17/2015, Last year Microsoft made the decision to do away with the need for an Office 365 subscription for users of its Office for iPad apps, thus allowing users to view and make basic edits without having to need a subscription, although like we pointed out in...

iWork For iCloud Beta Now Open To Non-Apple Owners

02/15/2015, One of the many gripes that people tend to have about Apple is that a lot of the company’s software is proprietary to its hardware, meaning that unless you owned an Apple device, there are some of Apple’s software that you will not be able to download...

iDict Tool Relies On Commonly Used Passwords To Hack Into iCloud

01/02/2015, Despite there being multiple warnings in the past about how one shouldn’t use easy to guess passwords like “password” or “12345678” or “abc123”, there are still users out there who choose to do so, thinking that the chances of them getting...

iCloud.com Drops Google Maps In Favor Of Apple Maps

12/09/2014, A couple of years ago, Apple made the decision to remove Google Maps as the default maps app on iOS devices, instead opting to use Apple Maps instead. Safe to say that this was something of a disaster due to the numerous glitches and inaccuracies of Apple...

iCloud Development Reportedly Hampered By Organizational Issues

11/24/2014, iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage service, but have you felt that perhaps it’s a bit lacking when compared to other cloud storage services out there? After all Apple should have the slight advantage, especially since it can sync photos and contacts a...

Russia To Ban The iPhone And iPad On January 1st, 2015

11/04/2014, As per a report published today, Russia is going to ban the Apple iPhone and iPad from January 1st, 2015. The reason for this move might not be what you think. It has nothing to do with a business group dismantling a memorial to Steve Jobs in St....

Apple Issues iCloud Security Warning

10/22/2014, You might recall that yesterday we reported that iCloud users in China were reportedly subject to a man-in-the-middle attack in which it was suspected that the Chinese government could be behind it. Well it looks like Apple has since acknowledged that...

Celebs Hit By Nudes Hack Threaten Google With Lawsuit

10/02/2014, Last month countless nude pictures of female celebrities including athletes, models and actresses were leaked online by unknown hackers. Initially it was believed that they had been hit due to an iCloud breach. Apple’s investigation found there was...