Posts Tagged 'iOS'

Good news for iPhone users: Apple recently released its latest software update, iOS 9.2.1, to the general public. And boy, we’re glad they did. The update fixes a rather serious security flaw, which allowed cybercriminals to potentially monitor, copy and steal the data you use, send and access over a phony Wi-Fi connection. The stolen […]

In nearly every science fiction movie made, there is at least one character that is part machine and part man. They are the cyborgs. Luke Skywalker has a mechanical hand; Robocop is, well, Robocop; and Geordi LaForge of Star Trek had a wearable visor that helps him see. They’re all reliant on technology to help […]

It’s no secret that most mobile users feel secure without locking their phone. After all, according to Consumer Reports, only 36% of users bother with a basic PIN number. And while securing your mobile phone physically with a PIN number is a great way to lead a more secure life, it isn’t enough. After all, […]

About 75% of all Android devices (roughly 750 million) are at risk of falling victim to a major security vulnerability. If abused, the vulnerability could enable hackers to bypass a security mechanism called Same Origin Policy (SOP), and potentially allow them to read the contents of any open webpage and inject code to retrieve passwords, […]

On Tuesday, office productivity plummeted for two hours. The reason: Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage to announce the company’s next generation of iPhones and it’s newest device, the Apple Watch. But buried within the wave of Apple announcements is a single feature that may be more transformative than anything Apple has done […]