The Guardian is reporting that a serious security flaw in Google’s Chrome browser allows anyone with access to a computer to view all of a user’s saved login passwords without providing any form of authentication.
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A new set of photos of the camera for the “iPhone 5S” allegedly display an internal design change where the LED flash component for the device may be completely separate from the lens.
Apple made a rare landmark change to their iTunes terms and conditions late last week, finally allowing children under 13 to have their own iTunes accounts. The change comes as part of a larger thrust to better support the education market – including a host of changes and improvements made to iOS 7 with education in mind.
In an incredible feat in design and web development, web developer Matt Boldt has rendered an iPhone 5 using nothing but CSS, and a single HTML element – no images at all!
Alongside the release of iOS 7 Beta 5 earlier today, Apple also released their fourth developer beta of the Apple TV 6.0 software update. The update is available through the Software Update panel on devices running a previous beta, as well as for direct download from Apple’s developer site.
Another new study shows that when it comes to actually using their devices, iPhone owners definitely get more of their money’s worth out of their devices than Android owners do.
Twitter for iOS Updated With Two-Step Verification, Improved Photo Search, Faster Start Times & More
Twitter has released a significant update to their iOS app today, enabling two-step verification within the mobile app. Earlier this year, Twitter unveiled their two-step verification feature, which initially relied on SMS text messages. The new mobile app is now able to stand in place of a text message to help you log into your account.
New pics show alleged “iPhone 5S” components compared to those of the current iPhone 5 show some minor internal changes, most significantly a longer ribbon cable attached to the front display.
Following the Music Every Day and Photos Every Day iPhone ads aired earlier this year, Apple has now begun airing a third ad in the same series. This time around, the ad, entitled “FaceTime Every Day,” focuses heavily on FaceTime , and how it can be used by people of all ages across the world.
Signs of the Impending Apocalypse: AT&T Beats Verizon in J.D. Power Rankings, Samsung Beats Apple in ACSI Survey
Get your survival kits ready, because the apocalypse is on its way! For the first time ever, AT&T has unseated Verizon from its throne as number one in J.D. Power’s Wireless Carrier Customer Care Index, and Samsung has surpassed Apple as number one in satisfaction in the American Customer Satisfaction Index report covering smartphone customers.
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Philips is adding new products to its Hue lineup of iOS controlled LED lighting. The new products are “LightStrips”, 6.6-foot strips of LED tape that can be used to go around and highlight fixtures in the home, and “Bloom”, a portable lamp powered by an LED bulb.
Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 7 to developers this morning, breaking from their typical 2-week release cycle by launching it just over a week following iOS 7 Beta 4. The updated is available now via OTA update on devices running the first beta (through Settings, General, Software Update), as well as through Apple’s Developer Center.
Indiegogo startup Misfit has launched its Shine wearable activity tracking device in Apple stores in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Hong Kong. The quarter-sized Shine will make its debut in Apple stores in Europe and Australia next month.
Apple is emailing streaming Internet radio stations, requesting cover art from them for future use on iTunes and their iOS mobile devices. This indicates that Apple may soon feature independent streaming music stations more prominently.
In the wake of the electrocution of a Chinese woman that was likely caused by a counterfeit iPhone charger, Apple has announced a new power adapter recycling program to begin on August 16th to assist in the disposal of any USB power adapter used with an iPhone or iPad.