With the release of iOS 8 and the newest iPhones, Apple has implemented their device-based encryption so that there is no way they could comply with a government order to gain access to the content on a device, and this is now the default setting on iPhones.
The news this week that PayPal was splitting from eBay came as not much of a surprise. Investors had been pushing for the move and, really, it just made good sense.
In this point/counter-point debate, Aberdeen research analyst Sean Butler and Tech Pro Essentials Editorial Director Jim Rapoza argue over the merits of the latest Apple smartphones and attempt to answer the question: Do you need an iPhone 6 or should you just pass?
Today, the iPhone is just another phone, and really there aren’t any good reasons to upgrade to one. But there are reasons to not get a new iPhone 6. In fact, here are five of them.
The MIT Emerging Technology conference is always one of the most interesting events of the year. And the 2014 EmTech MIT didn’t disappoint, with many cool and interesting technologies taking center stage.
Larry Ellison recently announced that he was stepping down as CEO of Oracle. What this means for the company is unclear, especially as Ellison may not be giving up much of his power over Oracle’s strategies and future.
Unsurprisingly, the new iPhones will set record sales numbers, and also unsurprisingly, the release of iOS 8 caused many Apple users to sit and wait for hours as the update to iOS was downloaded and installed.
For sports fans, here’s my suggestion. Watch the game. You’ll have plenty of time to watch a replay, boast on social networks and share a selfie.
Apple Launches New iPhones and Fires First Salvo in the War for Smart Watch and Mobile Payment Dominance
At the much anticipated Apple event this week in Cupertino, the technology giant rewarded fanbois and gadget geeks alike with its biggest and most impactful event in years. Meet Apple Pay and Apple Watch.
Some of the most interesting early developments from IFA center around wearable computing (not that big of a surprise) and virtual reality (somewhat of a surprise).