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.
This year, more than 600 cybersecurity experts from Asia Pacific and beyond will attend Kiwicon V for a weekend of conferencing, conversation and conviviality.
I'll be listening with great interest and reporting on topics which I think will interest you too.
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.
A team of researchers at Georgia Tech have demonstrated how they were able to spy on what was typed on a regular desktop computer's keyboard via the accelerometers of a smartphone placed nearby.
Apple's new "Siri" feature, the voice-activated personal assistant built into the iPhone 4S, leaves owners' spanking new smartphones partially unguarded.
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.
Beware of emails claiming that Apple has already announced the iPhone 5.
You could be infecting your Windows computer with malware.
Nude photos of Scarlett Johansson have been released on the web, after allegedly being stolen from her iPhone.
Read this before you click on any links, and - if you're a celebrity - learn how to stop this from happening to you!
Did hackers really hack into Julianne Hough's iPhone and steal her private photos?
The actress/singer/dancer may have not wanted this kind of exposure.
Comex, the creator of the JailBreakMe website which helps iPhone and iPad owners jailbreak their phones, has been given an internship... at Apple.
Apple insists to a Californian court that it "revolutionized the telecommunications industry in 2007 when it introduced the wildly popular iPhone."
Samsung begs to differ.
Many iPad and iPhone users lament the absence of proper wired connectivity options for their devices. No wired-speed LAN connections; no USB; no HDMI; no Firewire; no Thunderbolt.
But Chinese smugglers have rigged up their very own wired connectivity system for iDevices.
All unpatched iPhone/iPads/iPod Touchs can be snooped on exposing usernames, passwords and even sensitive financial data using freely available tools. Patch now!
Do your kids use your phone, laptop or tablet? Turns out you are not alone. A recent survey shows that 60% of little people aged six months to two years play with such devices. Question is, what are the security implications?