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Patent lawsuit takes aim at Apple’s encrypted iMessage and FaceTime services, VPN technology – AppleInsider

AppleInsiderPatent lawsuit takes aim at Apple’s encrypted iMessage and FaceTime services, VPN technologyAppleInsiderA lawsuit filed in federal court on Thursday alleges certain aspects of Apple products, including iMessage and FaceTime, infringe on multiple patents owned by Finnish holdings firm MPH Technologies, which attempted to license its IP to Apple in 2016.Apple faces lawsuit over unauthorized use of secure messaging technologyNewsBytesall 7 news articles » Continue reading

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Verizon throttled fire department’s “unlimited” data during Calif. wildfire – Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaVerizon throttled fire department’s “unlimited” data during Calif. wildfireArs TechnicaUpdate: The Santa Clara fire department has responded to Verizon’s claim that the throttling was just a customer service error and “has nothing to do with net neutrality.” To the contrary, “Verizon’s throttling has everything to do with net neutrality …and more » Continue reading

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Apple announces macOS 10.14 “Mojave” – Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaApple announces macOS 10.14 “Mojave”Ars TechnicaFederighi showed off a new “Gallery” view mode, which allows a single selected file to dominate the entire Finder window. Documents displayed this way can also have their metadata displayed in a sidebar rather than having to call up a separate Info window.and more » Continue reading

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Connect by QuickOffice and Box OneCloud attack iPad file round-trip challenge – tuaw.com

TabTimes Connect by QuickOffice and Box OneCloud attack iPad file round-trip challenge tuaw.com by Michael Rose Mar 30th 2012 at 8:20AM The baseline of iOS document sync and editing rests with Apple's iCloud, which allows the company's three productivity apps (Keynote, Numbers and Pages) to automatically back up, synchronize versions across … Continue reading

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Box for business wants to put your iOS apps in OneCloud – Ars Technica

TabTimes Box for business wants to put your iOS apps in OneCloud Ars Technica On the one hand, it reduces the need to manage documents and files as you would on a traditional Mac or PC—which, for some, is a plus. But without a shared repository or filesystem for all of your documents , the document – and file-management task .. Continue reading

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Ask Ars: how safe is my data stored in iCloud? – Ars Technica

Ask Ars: how safe is my data stored in iCloud? Ars Technica And secure authentication tokens are created on mobile devices to retrieve information without constantly transmitting a password. The data stored on Apple's iCloud servers includes photos in your Photo Stream, any documents stored in iCloud, … Continue reading

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Week in Apple: Steve Jobs in the government, white MacBooks, and more – Ars Technica

Week in Apple: Steve Jobs in the government, white MacBooks, and more Ars Technica The FBI released its background check documents on Jobs this week, but that's not all that made our top 10 list. Continue reading

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OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012 – Ars Technica

Ars Technica OmniPlan for iPad to put project management at your fingertips in 2012 Ars Technica … at an early build of the mobile version, as well as fill us in on the company's plans for the next year or so. When we spoke to Case at the Macworld Expo last year, he told us about the company's plans to update OmniPlan on Mac OS X to version 2.0. Continue reading

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Forrester: Apple successfully infiltrating the office, executive washroom – Ars Technica

Forrester: Apple successfully infiltrating the office, executive washroom Ars Technica The most common of those devices was an iPhone , followed closely by the iPad and then the Mac. Forrester says that close to 50 percent of firms in mature markets offer Macs at the office as well, but only 30 percent of survey respondents said their … Continue reading

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Amazon builds Windows tool for sending files to Kindle – Ars Technica

USA TODAY Amazon builds Windows tool for sending files to Kindle Ars Technica By Jon Brodkin | Published January 12, 2012 2:38 PM Amazon today released a free tool for sending documents to a Kindle from Windows Explorer or from within the print screen of any Windows application. Amazon promises a Mac version is coming soon Continue reading

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Box.net for business file sharing: Putting it all in the cloud – Ars Technica

Box.net for business file sharing: Putting it all in the cloud Ars Technica For consumers, Dropbox is probably the best known such service, providing syncing of documents across most types of computers and mobile devices. Continue reading

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Hands-on: new Ubuntu One cloud storage client for Windows – Ars Technica

Hands-on: new Ubuntu One cloud storage client for Windows Ars Technica Many people have to work in Windows or Mac environments, even if they prefer to use Ubuntu as their home desktop or OS of choice.” A beta version of the client was first introduced last year, but the software is finally mature and ready for widespread … and more Continue reading

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NFC-equipped iPhone could power mobile Mac OS X accounts – Ars Technica

CNET NFC-equipped iPhone could power mobile Mac OS X accounts Ars Technica Your iPhone would let the guest Mac know which apps you own via the Mac App Store and show those apps in the Dock. Continue reading

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Warrantless cell phone search gets a green light in California – Ars Technica

Warrantless cell phone search gets a green light in California Ars Technica South Texas College of Law professor Adam Gershowitz argued in a 2008 paper that the proliferation of iPhone -like devices means that officers fishing … and more Continue reading

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Apple issues review guidelines for Mac App Store – Apple Insider

CBC.ca Apple issues review guidelines for Mac App Store Apple Insider “The App Store has revolutionized the way mobile apps are developed and distributed,” Apple writes in the Mac App Store Review Guidelines document . … Apple announces Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, Mac App Store Insanely Great Mac Apple redefining stuff again, and this time it's serious for Microsoft TechFlash New Mac OS X 10.7 will include iOS UI enhancements AllNewsMac (press release) Ars Technica Continue reading

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