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Southwest Airlines Offer $2 iMessaging Service For iOS Users

12/11/2013, Last month we reported that Southwest Airlines would be offering its passengers gate-to-gate WiFi as part of the FAA’s new ruling where personal electronic devices could be used during all stages of the flight. However this also meant that passengers...

Apple Acknowledges iMessage Issues, Update On Its Way

10/02/2013, The other day we reported that there were some iOS users who were complaining of their iMessage woes, basically stating that the problem was that iMessages sometimes did not deliver, or sometimes it failed to send as a text message in instances where...

Apple Introduces Spam Reporting For iMessage

07/31/2013, With the launch of iOS 7 which is expected to take place later this year, one of the features Apple will be introducing is the ability to block Apple IDs from iMessage or FaceTime. While the messages can still be sent as regular text, it can help block...

Facebook Testing Chat Presence Dots In News Feeds

04/24/2013, Facebook is testing chat presence dots in the News Feed. These dots show the chat status of your friends, clicking on it will open up a message thread. This is presumably being done to provide a boost to Facebook’s online messaging service. The...

iMessage And FaceTime Down For A While

04/09/2013, The world ground to a halt for some moments earlier today, and I am referring to those who use Apple’s iMessage and FaceTime services, as both services were actually disrupted, so it is a good thing that they are up and running normally once again....

Federal Agents Are No Match For Apple iMessage Encryption

04/04/2013, Apple’s iMessage may be the playground for Anonymous to spread DDoS attacks, which coincidentally I was the victim of a few nights ago, but it seems the ability for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to eavesdrop on communications through...

DDoS Attackers Using iMessage With No Relief In Sight

04/01/2013, Denial of Service, or DDoS, attacks have been used for decades now, but they’ve become more popular in recent years that were aimed at popular software companies, video game networks, and a number of government agencies to name a few. Up until now,...