ESPN has added two channels to their WatchESPN apps on iOS devices and the Apple TV. Viewers will now be able to view content from ESPN Deportes and ESPNEWS on WatchESPN.
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A bug that was discovered in Mac OS X five months ago, and is still as yet unaddressed , can allow attackers to bypass the usual authentication process by tweaking specific clock and user timestamp settings, giving the intruder almost unlimited access to the Mac’s files.
Popular iOS Gmail App Mailbox got an update on Wednesday, and users will find that they can now search through messages that are stored in Gmail’s cloud, and those users with multiple Gmail accounts will find that they can now create and choose specific signatures for each account.
Parallels, makers of the popular Parallels Desktop virtual machine software, has launched a brand new iPad app called Parallels Access. The app, which requires am $80 per year subscription service, might be one of the most unique new apps we’ve seen in a while, allowing iPad users to run Mac or Windows apps on their device almost as if the apps were native.
‘iPad 5’ Front Panel Appears in Leaked High-Res Images, Shows off Expected Slimmer iPad mini-like Design
Well-known Apple supply chain insider Sonny Dickson is once again back at his game, and this time, rather than leaking more iPhone 5C or iPhone 5S parts, Dickson has posted some fairly convincing high-quality pictures of what seems to be the front panel of the upcoming 5th-gen iPad.
Twitter has updated its iOS app, bringing it up to version 5.1. The update brings a redesign of the look of Conversations within the app. Conversations should now be easier to find, as they are now indicated with a blue line in the Twitter timeline.
Gmail for iOS Updated – Tighter Google+ and Google Drive Integration, ‘Enhanced Attachment Experience’
Google has released version 2.4 of their Gmail app for iOS, which now includes tighter integration with Google Drive, the Google+ iOS app, and an “enhanced attachment experience.”
Conojo for iPad at it’s simplest form, is a virtual whiteboard for writing and drawing ideas. Unlike other drawing apps, Conojo takes things a step further with it’s unique suite of features.
The people who brought you µTorrent have announced the release of BitTorrent Sync for the iPhone, their P2P Dropbox competitor.
T-Mobile USA Reportedly Imposing Vacation Blackout Starting Sept. 20th – Just in Time for New iPhones!
As Apple’s September 10th iPhone event and anticipated mid to late September iPhone launch draw closer, a new report from T-Mobile insider site TMONews seems to provide even greater credibility to claims that Apple is planning to launch new iPhone hardware on September 20th.
Filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission show Apple executives Tim Cook and Eddy Cue both exercised stock options last week, with only Cue opting to sell off a portion of his vested stock holdings. Cue’s take for the sale was $12.4 million.
iOS is still the first priority platform for developers, leading second-place Android by eight percent. This data comes from a new report from research company Forrester.
Apple is still number one on the hit parade for patent trolls, as the company has been hit with 171 lawsuits from non-practicing intellectual property owners, (read that as “trolls”), in the last five years.
Apple has reportedly acquired AlgoTrim, a Swedish startup that specializes in data compression, specifically JPEG compression techniques to allow faster processing of images on mobile devices.
The federal judge overseeing the hearing on possible injunctions against Apple, which was found guilty of conspiring to set prices in its iBookstore, said on Tuesday that the Department of Justice cannot regulate Apple’s App Store.
Following recent reports that Apple was preparing to launch their new iPhone trade-in program at Apple Retail Stores, 9to5Mac has managed to get their hands on some additional details – including the fact that the program is already launching at certain Apple Stores.