AgileBits has apparently been working their developers overtime, as they’ve released updates for both the iOS and Mac versions of their popular 1Password Password Manager and Secure Wallet app.
MasterCard has announced that it is bringing Apple Pay to the PGA Tour, starting with this week’s tournament, the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which kicks off January 29.
Apple’s OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 has been in beta testing with developers for a few months, and 9to5Mac reports the company is preparing to release the update sometime in the coming days to customers.
The Wall Street Journal has taken a look at the early results of Apple’s October introduction of Apple Pay, their new electronic payments service. The reports finds there is strong momentum behind the service, with a key sign of interest the uptick in retailer interest in wireless readers for point of sales systems.
Apple’s upcoming OS X 10.10.2 update for Mac will reportedly contain a fix for the so-called “Thunderstrike” hardware exploit targeting Thunderbolt equipped Macs.
Adobe on Saturday released a critical update to its Flash player software, patching a vulnerability that could allow attackers to take control of a Mac or PC. The flaw is reportedly already being exploited out in the wild by the bad guys.
Apple is set to announce its earnings for the fiscal first quarter of 2015 (Q4 2014 calendar) on Tuesday, and Financial Times reports the company may just report that for the first time ever, it sold more iPhones in China than in the United States.
If you’ve been mourning the cancellation of Apple’s long-running “Single of the Week” promotion, we’ve got good news for you, as Apple has added a new “Free on iTunes” section to the iTunes Store, which includes free musical tracks and television episodes.
Samsung will allegedly supply up to 75% of Apple’s next-generation A9 chips that will power the next-generation iPhone. South Korean newspaper Maeil Business (via Reuters) reports Samsung will supply the lion’s share of the processors, which will be produced at the company’s Austin. Texas facility.
Hot on the heels of T-Mobile’s new Smartphone Equality program that allows good-paying customers to avoid credit checks for phone and plan deals, Sprint has announced a bid to grab T-Mobile customers.
A new report released today by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners shows Apple’s iPhone handset is doing QUITE well in the United States, grabbing 50% of all activations in Q4 2014.
Today we’re looking at the iMac G3, which was the first Apple product to be introduced following Steve Jobs’ triumphant return to the Cupertino firm.
A Missouri lawmaker has proven he just doesn’t get how this new fangled mobile payments stuff works by introducing a measure that would require identification each time a customer uses a payments service like Apple Pay on their smartphone or tablet.
Two of the OS X security flaws brought to light earlier this week by Google’s Project Zero security team will be fixed in the upcoming OS X 10.10.2 update, and another has already been patched.
Apple had warned us that the upcoming Apple Watch would need to be charged “nightly,” but no specific battery life numbers have been forthcoming. But now, Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac says his sources have been able to give him some specific numbers.
Apple has reportedly agreed to allow China’s State Internet Information Office to conduct network security inspections of their products. The Cupertino firm continues to attempt to ease China’s fears that its devices can be used for spying purposes by foreign governments.