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David Jones
Group Demands Apple Pay Ransom for iCloud Credentials
03/24/17 3:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 790 Words

The hackers, said to be a London-based group called the "Turkish Crime Family," have threatened to reset passwords and remotely wipe the iPhones of millions of iCloud users if Apple fails to hand over a total of US$700,000. They have given the company...

John P. Mello Jr.
Apple Unveils Budget-Friendly iPad, Dresses iPhone in Red
03/22/17 10:44 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 715 Words

The iPad upgrade has a 9.7-inch, 2048 x 1536-pixel Retina display with 264 pixels per inch, and Apple's A9 64-bit processor.

The unit will come in silver, gold and space gray with a starting price of US$329 for 32 gigabytes of...

Peter Suciu
WikiLeaks Exposes CIA's Device Surveillance Tricks
03/23/17 12:59 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1185 Words

... on Thursday announced that it had released more Vault 7 documentation online, including details about several CIA projects to infect Apple's Mac computer firmware and operating system. The site unloaded its first batch of stolen Vault 7 data earlier this month.

John P. Mello Jr.
Apple May Alter the AR Competition
03/21/17 10:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 751 Words

"We've been waiting for Apple to launch something in AR after its acquisition of a number of AR companies, including Metaio and FlyBy Media," said David MacQueen, executive director for apps and media at Strategy Analytics .

"Right now, there's no...

John P. Mello Jr.
USB-C Port, Curved Display Top Latest iPhone Rumor List
03/01/17 9:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 795 Words

The Lightning port, introduced in 2012, is used to charge and connect accessories to the iPhone, but Apple plans to swap it for USB-C, which the company has been introducing into its computer lines, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.

"It would...

Rob Enderle
Donald Trump Should Channel Steve Jobs on Security
03/13/17 10:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1578 Words

When Steve Jobs took over, Apple also had a severe leak problem, and he was pragmatic about fixing it. Ironically, he used the U.S. government's approach as a template. As a side note, Jobs also had a WikiLeaks problem , but whether...

John P. Mello Jr.
Malware Found Preinstalled on Dozens of Android Phones
03/13/17 4:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 826 Words

Hunting Mobile Users
Because Android is an open operating system, it can be more vulnerable to malware attacks than its chief rival, Apple's iOS. However, Android's openness isn't the culprit in this case, argued Patterson.

"In this case,...

Richard Adhikari
How Deeply Could Bribery Scandal Wound Samsung?
02/28/17 1:49 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 586 Words

However, global smartphone shipments in Q4 were down 5 percent from the 81 million units shipped in Q4 2015. Apple picked up the slack, with global iPhone shipments totaling 78 million, up 5 percent from Q4 2015.

"A weakened Samsung would...

John P. Mello Jr.
Tech Companies Weigh Responses to WikiLeaks Exposure
03/11/17 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 868 Words

... WikiLeaks' publication earlier this week of classified documents stolen from the CIA , major technology companies, including Apple, Samsung , Microsoft and Cisco, have been scrambling to assess the risks posed to their customers by the revelations. The so-called "Vault 7"...

Richard Adhikari
FCC Head Champions FM Radio for Smartphones
02/27/17 11:15 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 621 Words

Apple Is the Holdout
The major U.S. wireless carriers have activated FM chips in many of the smartphones they offer.

Sprint did so in 2013, and T-Mobile followed in 2015. AT&T announced it would include FM chip activation in...

Rob Enderle
Mobile World Congress: Gigabit Wireless and the Anti-iPhone Set
02/27/17 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1453 Words

We've been waiting for some time for Apple's partnership with IBM to result in a far better, Watson-like personal assistant. However, the richer the service, the less likelihood it can run on the phone, and the more it needs significant battery life.

Rob Enderle
Why Tech Can't Help Donald Trump and Most CEOs
03/20/17 10:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1432 Words

Still, given that it could make the difference between a Netscape and an Apple in terms of financial performance, or a one-term failed president and a two-term successful president, I think it should be far easier than it seems to be to...

Richard Adhikari
Pro-Turkey Hackers Hit Prominent Twitter Accounts
03/16/17 2:06 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 519 Words

How the Hack Happened
The hack appears to have exploited a zero-day vulnerability in Twitter Counter, a third party app available on Google Play and the Apple App Store, said Robert Capps, VP of business development at NuData Security .

John P. Mello Jr.
WikiLeaks Dumps CIA Hacking Docs Online
03/08/17 9:47 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 896 Words

This first batch of data, according to WikiLeaks, introduces the scope and direction of the CIA's global covert hacking program, its malware arsenal, and dozens of zero-day weaponized exploits against a wide range of U.S. and European company products -- among them, Apple's ...

David Jones
Can Former Amazon Fire TV Exec Save Apple TV From Itself?
02/09/17 1:28 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 697 Words

... has hired Tim Twerdahl, the former head of Amazon's Fire TV unit, in an effort to revive its struggling Apple TV business, which has been losing market share to rival streaming content services. Twerdahl joined Apple this month as vice president in...

David Jones
Apple Goes on Record-Breaking Spree
02/01/17 12:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 835 Words

... stunned Wall Street Tuesday afternoon, when it reported fiscal Q1 earnings that set new quarterly unit and revenue records in key product segments, and its highest-ever earnings per share. Apple CEO Tim Cook told analysts that the company set all-time revenue and...

Peter Suciu
Apple May Show Up Fashionably Late at the Original TV Party
01/12/17 1:30 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 660 Words

The move to original TV content could be a major leap forward for Apple to promote not only its devices but its content delivery system.

Apple recently launched Apple Music, a US$10-a-month music streaming service that includes some short documentary-based programming.

Rob Enderle
Was Apple's Outstanding Q1 a Fluke?
02/06/17 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1352 Words

This suggests Apple's one-up quarter is not repeatable, unless Samsung decides burning phones is a feature. (Just think of the marshmallows you could roast right in your car! Or "the Samsung S8 Burns Faster, Better, Hotter!")

Apple has moved aggressively to...

David Jones
Apple Formally Joins High-Powered AI Partnership
01/28/17 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 549 Words

... Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society on Friday announced that Apple, well known for its culture of secrecy, has joined the organization as a founding member. The other founding members are Amazon, Facebook, Google/Deep Mind, IBM and Microsoft.


Richard Adhikari
Apple's Great App Store Sales May Not Signify Much
01/06/17 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 628 Words

On the whole, 2016 was a very good year for Apple devs, who earned more than $20 billion for their apps -- up 40 percent over 2015.

"Apple has always had the most profitable ecosystem and app market in terms of revenue...

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What's your reaction to the Turkish Crime Family's claim that it can access hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts?
I'm very worried -- I take all cyberthreats seriously.
I'm feeling secure -- I changed my password and set up 2FA.
I'm angry -- companies need to be more responsible.
I'm not at all concerned -- I trust Apple.
I'm resigned -- I expect to be breached at some point.
I don't care much -- the world has bigger problems.