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  1. The ‘No Google’ Little Snitch profile

    I occasionally use Chrome as browser on macOS…

  2. Watch a card skimmer get installed in seconds

    I must warn you that after reading this article and watching the video below you’ll probably never use a credit card reader or ATM…

  3. Bill Gates thinks Apple should unlock iPhones at the government’s request

    In an interview with Axios, Bill Gates warned Apple and other tech giants that they risk the kind of nightmarish government…

  4. iCloud Keychain: How to use Apple’s password manager for Macs, iPhones and iPads

    “Apple’s password manager for Macs, iPhones and iPads, iCloud Keychain is designed to keep…

  5. iOS iBoot source code was reportedly leaked by former low-level Apple employee who has more code not yet widely leaked

    On Wednesday, an anonymous person published the proprietary source code of a core and fundamental component…

  6. iBoot leak means it’s time to dump those old iPhones and iPads

    If you’re running an older iPhone or iPad that’s stuck on iOS 9…

  7. Apple: The leaked iOS source code is outdated

    Apple has responded to security concerns surrounding leaked iPhone source code…

  8. Apple took it down via a DMCA, but iOS iBoot code is now in the wild

    Critical, top secret Apple code for the iPhone’s operating system was posted on Github…

  9. iOS source code leak could be the worst Apple’s ever had to deal with

    Apple is used to fighting leaks about its upcoming products and OS releases…

  10. Key iPhone source code gets posted online in ‘biggest leak in history’

    Someone just posted what experts say is the source code for a core component of the iPhone’s operating system…

  11. How Apple’s Mac OS X Snow Leopard became synonymous with reliability

    Following the news that Apple had refocused their plans for iOS 12 around stability and performance…

  12. Apple’s Phil Schiller talks HomePod

    When Apple announced in June its intention to deliver the HomePod by the end of the year…

  13. Apple’s iOS 12 could finally fix systemic frame rate issues and interface inconsistencies

    Today’s news about Apple putting new features on the back burner for iOS 12 means that the company…

  14. Apple is reportedly launching 3 new Macs with custom chips this year

    Apple has at least three new Macs in the works for 2018, including a desktop and two laptops…

  15. macOS update paranoia and when will Apple’s APFS finally work on Fusion drives?

    Apple’s promised fix for the inability to convert a Fusion drive to the Apple File System (APFS) is MIA…

  16. FBI forensic expert blasts Apple ‘jerks’ for encrypting iPhones

    Ever since Apple made encryption default on the iPhone, the FBI has been waging a war against encryption…

  17. Yet another macOS High Sierra bug: Unlock App Store system preferences with any password; another one Apple should have caught

    Less than two months ago, Apple users discovered a bug in macOS that allowed anyone…

  18. Man charged over ‘FruitFly’ Creepsterware; spied on users via infected Windows PCs’ and Macs’ cameras and microphones

    At the time, it was unclear just what the spy tool was for, though it appeared to be used for…

  19. FBI Director Wray calls inability to access electronic devices an ‘urgent public safety issue’

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation is increasingly unable to access data from some electronic devices…

  20. Apple is leading the charge to offline artificial intelligence

    When it comes to the companies that are leading the charge into artificial intelligence…

  21. At Tim Cook’s Apple, Steve Jobs is long gone, and so is the ‘it just works’ ethos

    Isn’t a caretaker CEO’s No.1 priority, you know, to take care?

  22. President Trump signs law banning Russian Kaspersky Labs software from U.S. government agencies

    President Trump has signed into law an order banning the use of Kaspersky Lab products…

  23. macOS quality as measured by Apple’s update release rate

    There’s a lot of chatter out there that High Sierra is potentially the worst macOS release ever…

  24. Apple’s HomeKit security screwup spotlights the risk of smart homes

    The latest iOS 11.2 update held a zero-day vulnerability attackers could exploit to control smart home devices, including connected locks…

  25. Zero-day iOS HomeKit flaw allowed remote access to IoT devices including door locks, garage door openers; fix rolling out

    A HomeKit vulnerability in the current version of iOS 11.2 has been demonstrated…

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