Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 00:54

When celebrities strip without intention

According to various news sites and comments by suspected victims a good share of celebrities had their nude photos and other interesting art published without consent. Apparently hackers brute forced into iCloud accounts to obtain the data.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 15:02

CCC circumvented Apple's TouchID on iPhone 5S

That was fast. I had expected that TouchID would last a little bit longer than under a week. Not necessarily because it's secure. I just hadn't expected anyone to give it a try. These systems aren't exactly exciting. But I guess Apple is a fame in its own.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 01:29

iOS7 ... zOMFG

Apple wasn't necessarily known for the best technology. But without any question they were known for great design. IOS got a little bit dated. What used to be pretty awesome back then had not changed much and today iOS didn't really look that great anymore. So I was excited to hear that iOS7 will have a complete redesign. And boy it is...

Friday, April 22, 2011 - 13:29

Apple vs. Google: Spy vs. Spy

Recently Apple's extensive - not to say obsessive - and secretive way to collect location data from GPS or WIFI enabled iOS devices hit the big stage. Apple seems to be rather secretive about it...naturally if you get caught red-handed in the cookie jar. They probably need to figure out a good excuse for that abuse.

Sunday, April 17, 2011 - 20:09

Apple sued for daughter's in-app purchases

Garen M. apparently filed a suit last week claiming that the in-app purchases of his 9 year old daughter were unauthorized. In-app purchases are a way to pay for additional content. This could be about anything from service to virtual goods  in a game.