Apple to Chinese TV company: Apple has never worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products or services. We have also never allowed access to our servers. And we never will. It’s something we feel very strongly about.
Jul 13 2014, 2:11am CDT
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Apple today expanded its two-step verification feature for Apple IDs to 48 additional countries, bringing the total number of countries able to access two-step authentication to 59. Initially noticed by 9to5Mac new countries receiving the feature include China, France, India, Japan, Korea, South Africa, Thailand, Switzerland, and many more across Asia, South America, and Europe. First launched in March of 2013, two-step verification ...
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Mobile Systems’ OfficeSuite Professional for iOS allows you to create and edit everyday documents on Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Jun 19 2014, 4:16pm CDT
Source: Apple Balla
The modern world is more focused than ever on security and making sure that personal information is not going to land in the hands of anyone unauthorized. This has been a major ...
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Jul 1 2014, 10:45pm CDT
here are some of the key changes and alterations that the fruit company has made with the beta release
Jun 18 2014, 7:32am CDT
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) is upping its game in the cloud storage business. The Seattle-based software giant announced today that it would offer greater storage space and lower pricing for customers of its cloud services, as it looks to gain market share in the highly lucrative cloud business.
The company said it will increase the storage space limit in the free version of its OneDrive cloud service ...
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Jun 23 2014, 4:10pm CDT
“I want to talk to my lawyer!” yelled a room full of Apple developers last week at Apple’s Worldwide Developers...
Jun 14 2014, 2:30pm CDT