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Oct 20, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 156.25 (+0.27, +0.17%) | NASDAQ: 6629.0532 (+23.9863, +0.36%)

Tag: security

  1. Apple has already patched the ‘KRACK’ WPA2 Wi-Fi security flaw iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS betas

    Apple has already patched the WPA2 Wi-Fi KRACK exploit announced today in iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS betas…

  2. ‘KRACK’ WPA2 security flaw puts nearly every Android device at risk of hijack via Wi-Fi

    A security protocol at the heart of most modern Wi-Fi devices, including computers, phones, and routers…

  3. Hey Siri, Google Assistant is winning in Artificial Intelligence and it’s not even close

    Google might have a long way to go before it starts selling iPhone-like numbers..

  4. EFF criticizes Apple’s ‘misleading’ Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles in iOS 11 for being a privacy and security risk

    The strange, unintuitive way Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles work in iOS 11 has drawn ire from many quarters…

  5. Apple has overtaken Google in smartphone AI, researchers say

    Google has been regarded as the leading force for the development of artificial intelligence…

  6. Apple trapped me on iOS, perhaps forever; the iPhone owns my soul

    My iPhone may as well be lodged in my brainstem, right between the pons and medulla oblongata…

  7. Your Yahoo account was definitely hacked – here’s what to do

    Yahoo has revealed a hack that compromised all 3 billion accounts its services…

  8. EFI firmware in millions of Macs don’t get the most critical elements of Apple’s updates; Windows and Linux PCs at risk, too

    As any nagging cybersecurity expert will tell you, keeping your software up to date is…

  9. Apple reports record number of secret U.S. national security orders in first half 2017

    The US government set a new record for Apple, by submitting more national security requests than ever before…

  10. Apple’s biggest spoilers: The developers who cracked the iPhone X code

    When Apple execs stepped onstage for September’s big iPhone X unveiling, they had precious few surprises…

  11. macOS Keychain vulnerability is something Apple needs to fix, but Mac users shouldn’t panic

    Mac users, keep Apple’s default Gatekeeper settings enabled and don’t download…

  12. iOS 11 adoption rate shows just how behind those who settle for Android devices are

    If you have a newer iOS device and you haven’t yet upgraded to iOS 11, you should know…

  13. Apple kills two-step authentication in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

    With iOS 11 and macOS 10.13 High Sierra, Apple no longer allows…

  14. Apple’s macOS High Sierra validates Mac firmware weekly, alerts users to possible security issues

    A new routine in High Sierra runs automatically weekly and checks the firmware of the Mac…

  15. Hackers are locking and ransoming Macs: How to protect your Mac

    If you haven’t made your iCloud password strong and unique, today’s the day…

  16. Apple CEO Tim Cook: iOS 11 and ARKit launch ‘a day to remember’

    Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared on Good Morning America earlier today to discuss topics surrounding iOS 11…

  17. Why iPhone X’s Face ID facial recognition is cool and creepy

    Despite Bloomberg’s headline, there’s nothing creepy about Apple’s Face ID. Apple Face ID is facial recognition done right…

  18. Apple: Just squeeze the iPhone X if you’re forced into a Face ID unlock

    Apple has given the iPhone X an emergency feature that users can trigger if they’re forced…

  19. Trump administration orders purge of Kaspersky products from U.S. government

    The Trump administration on Wednesday told U.S. government agencies to remove Kaspersky Lab products…

  20. Gripping buttons on both sides of iPhone X disables Face ID

    Apple software chief Craig Federighi has revealed that Face ID unlock on the new iPhone X…

  21. Police: Apple’s new Face ID technology will make it harder for authorities to bypass enhanced security

    Apple’s new security features will make it harder for local police to retrieve digital evidence…

  22. Equifax’s latest breach is very possibly the worst leak of personal info ever

    It’s a sad reality in 2017 that a data breach affecting 143 million people…

  23. Apple’s refusal to approve India’s anti-spam app angers regulators

    Apple Inc.’s refusal so far to approve the Indian government’s anti-spam iPhone app is infuriating regulators…

  24. In colossal screw up, Essential shared customers’ driver’s licenses over email

    Last night, some customers who had preordered an Essential phone received an email asking for a copy…

  25. Apple’s future is Siri

    The iPhone shows no signs of going away, and it’s possible to imagine that we’ll still be carrying some…

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