Police officials can wait months for Apple to break the encryption on an iPhone according to an article on CNET.
While investigating a drug case in Kentucky, agents were unable to crack an iPhone and turned to Cupertino for help and had to wait four months for the results because of the backup.
A 14 year old student has presented her science fair project to a group of doctors, in which she said the magnets on an iPad 2 can stop a pacemaker in someone’s chest if, they say, fall asleep with the tablet on their chest.
Gianna Chien, 14, of Stockton California, presented her [...]
Both Twitter and Apple appear to be on the cusp of launching music apps according to published reports.
The Verge wrote about Apple signing [...]
Little late to this story, but Allen Engstrom of North Little Rock, Arkansas lost his iPad on a plane when he was flying from Phoenix to Denver. He was unable to get the iPad back.
Now due to Apple’s photo stream the pictures of the person who has possession of Engstrom’s iPad are [...]
Apple.com this morning has a video memorial to co-founder Steve Jobs on the one year anniversary of his death.
The video, which runs about two minutes, is made up of sound bites from Jobs with black and white still images of him through the years.
After the video plays, a letter from Apple [...]
6 a.m. – There are about a hundred cars in the parking lot at WestFarms mall at this hour. And two TV live trucks, and one truck from third station. It’s pretty quiet.
I’m greeted by the public relations woman from the mall who gives me the lay of the land. There are [...]
But, if you want a great, all-around, beautifully engineered smartphone that covers all bases, here it is. Just like the MacBook [...]
Rumblings and grumblings of a new iPhone coming soon may be making some people think about trading their current phone in for a new one.
There are places like Gazelle.com that do this already, but there is a way you can keep it all in the family. Apple has a
The Courant’s Brian Dowling reports:
Testing the software that links his desktop computer with his laptop, Mark Smith saw something was off. The data flowing between his computers should have been encrypted, but it wasn’t.
He runs a Linux desktop and a MacBook Air, connecting the two with Apple’s Remote Desktop [...]
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