Hackers claim to have stolen a database of 12,367,232 Apple device IDs, and personal information such as full names, cellphone numbers, addresses and zipcodes belonging to iPhone and iPad users.
And where do they claim they stole this information? From an FBI laptop... via a Java vulnerability.
The first malicious app in the iPhone app store!
That's what the headlines said. But is it really the case that "Find and Call" is malware?
Most of us likely wouldn't want Apple to store a copy of our DNA or our fingerprints, but that's pretty much what it's doing with another one of our biometric identifiers: namely, our voices.
Over 80% of iPhone and iPad users are running iOS 5. That compares to a paltry 7% of Android customers who are up-to-date and running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) on their smartphones and tablets.
It doesn't quite stretch to smartphones yet, but the US Federal Aviation Administration has announced they're going to take a "fresh look" at using personal devices such as e-readers and tablets during takeoff on planes.
Is iOS 5.1 allowing people to access your iPhone or iPad without a pass code? Perhaps not, but we were duped!
Foxconn, a Taiwanese manufacturer of Apple's iPhone and iPad infamous for inhumane working conditions, has been hacked by a group calling itself Swagg Security.
The United States is preparing a modified version of Google's Android operating system to allow soldiers to use smartphones.
Be careful what applications you install on your computing devices - even if they come from Apple's iPhone/iPad App Store.
Apple's most hacker-resistant hardware to date - the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4S, which are built around the Apple A5 chip - can now be jailbroken.
Should you rush to slither free of Apple's fiscal tentacles?
Apple's latest iOS update is out. The new version bumps iOS5 up to 5.0.1, and is Apple's first update available over-the-air.
Question is, should you update right away?
A security hole in iOS, the operating system that powers iPhones and iPads, has allowed hacker Charlie Miller to defeat Apple’s famously discerning App Store review process.
A week after the release of iOS 5 several flaws and vulnerabilities that could affect your data security have been found. Unauthorized calls, Smart Cover unlocks and media access are all possible with system defaults.
Are you desperate to install iOS 5.0 on your iPad or iPhone?
If so, beware of "Error 3200" which has troubled many early adopters.