Smartphone users should be aware of malware targeting mobile devices and safety measures to help avoid compromise. Share/Save
The iPad maker could be in hot water for reportedly using a trademarked design it does not own the rights to as part of its iOS 6 clock app. Share/Save
Twitter has admitted copying entire address books from smartphones and storing the data on its servers, often without customers’ knowledge.
Every single iMessage to and from this man’s iPhone—his friends call him Wiz—has been sent to us by accident. We know about his job, sex life, and address. Apple, you might want to fix this.
At the Midem conference in Cannes, Rovio CEO Mikael Hed announced, “Piracy may not be a bad thing: it can get us more business at the end of the day.”
In addition to the prison time, Judge Gerald Bruce Lee of U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia also ordered Chun-Yu Zhao, 43, of Chantilly, Virginia, to pay US$2.7 million restitution and a $17,500 fine.
In a bizarre repeat of a high-profile incident last year, an Apple employee once again appears to have lost an unreleased iPhone in a bar.
A security consultant has notified Skype of a cross-site scripting flaw that could be used to change the password on someone’s account.
The Hacker’s Choice announced a security problem with Vodafone’s Mobile Phone Network today.
The patent, which was published by the USPTO this morning and later picked up by Patently Apple, covers “systems for proactively securing mobile devices.” In short, its drawings and descriptions hint at a service wherein an owner can selectively pick and choose what data and applications can be accessed, while keeping sensitive data secure.