Apple to Fix Privilege Bug Endangering Your Mac 'As Soon As Possible'

Yesterday it came to light that a new OS X bug is being exploited, allowing attackers to install malware on a Mac without needing any system passwords. Now, Apple has announced that it will fix the bug ‘as soon as possible.’Read more...

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Apple’s Tim Cook Does Some Security Straight Talking

Today, Apple’s Tim Cook posted a letter announcing a new security page on the company’s website, publishing some fairly plain-language security talk.

Apple to Fix Privilege Bug Endangering Your Mac 'As Soon As Possible'

Yesterday it came to light that a new OS X bug is being exploited, allowing attackers to install malware on a Mac without needing any system passwords. Now, Apple has announced that it will fix the bug ‘as soon as possible.’Read more...

Apple’s Tim Cook Delivers Blistering Speech On Encryption, Privacy

“I’m speaking to you from Silicon Valley, where some of the most prominent and successful companies have built their businesses by lulling their customers into complacency about their personal information,” said Cook.

Apple Taps China Telecom As iCloud Storage Provider For Customers In China

Apple has begun using Chinese servers to store Chinese user data, the company has confirmed in a statement to the Wall Street Journal.

How Safe Can Apple Pay Really Be?

Apple just promised to revolutionize how we spend money. More specifically, the company announced Apple Pay, a new mobile payments platform that lets you buy things with your iPhone (or smartwatch ). Sounds cool! But given recent high-profile security lapses , it's fair to wonder: Is it safe?

iOS 7.1.1 brings bug fixes and security updates

Heads up, iPhone users. It's time for an update. Apple on Tuesday rolled out iOS 7.1.1, bringing some improvements, bug fixes, and security updates.Read more:

US government frightened of Apple and Google encryption

The US government has been coming out in public recently to express its concerns about Apple’s and Google’s implementation of encryption .Read more:

Apple Introduces Homekit To Securely Pair iPhones With Smart Home Devices

We’ve seen hundreds of so-called “smart” connected devices pop up over the last few years, but with that proliferation of devices has also come confusion about what device works with what smartphone platform. Apple is eliminating some of that confusion with Homekit,

Samsung and Apple race to wrap up smartphone mass-market as profit margins suffer

The two leaders in the worldwide smartphone markets have already started to cut the price of devices with the Galaxy S5 costing 10 per cent less than the previous model.Read more:

Chinese State Media Declares iPhone a Threat To National Security

MojoKid writes: "When NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden came forth last year with U.S. government spying secrets, it didn't take long to realize that some of the information revealed could bring on serious repercussions — not just for the U.S. government, but also for U.S.-based companies.

Alien's Ripley Is My Favorite Action Hero Ever

Not heroine. Hero, period. While it’s rad that Ellen Ripley happens to be a woman, that doesn’t at all impact her level of badassery—though it does inform her character in ways that make her much more interesting than virtually any other cinematic hero. She’s complicated, she feels real,

Time to Flex Those Savings Muscles: Bowflex's Popular Dumbbells Are Back Under $200

The price of these popular Bowflex adjustable dumbbells has been yo-yoing for weeks, but generally speaking, any time they’ve dipped below $200, they’ve sold out fairly quickly. So if you missed out on the last few opportunities, Amazon’s spotting you another chance today.Read more...

Instagram Won't Stop Showing Me the Mother's Day Photos I Don't Want to See

After four and a half years of not speaking to my mom I’ve learned to stay away from social media on Mother’s Day.Read more...

'World’s Hottest Pepper' Will Have You Breathing Fire, But It Won’t Kill You

Not all hot peppers are created equal, and few are as unequal as the Dragon’s Breath chili—a new breed that may soon find itself atop the “world’s hottest” throne. Forged by Wales horticulturalist Mike Smith, the red-orange,

Inside The Russian Bomber That’s Been Flying America’s Coastline

The Russian Tu-95/-142 Bear has been showing up in a lot of places it maybe shouldn’t be over the past month, as the Russian Air Force and Navy continues to probe the air defenses of several nations.

Federal Agents Are Now Using ‘Stingrays’ to Track and Capture Undocumented Immigrants

Controversial cellphone tracking technology is being deployed as a tool in President Donald Trump’s expanding effort to arrest and deport illegal US residents.Read more...

The Venom Movie Has Chosen Its Star/Symbiote Host: Tom Hardy

Variety is reporting that Tom Hardy, who played Bane in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, will next play another iconic comic book villain, Venom. The frequent Spider-Man villain is getting his own film next year, which will be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who made Zombieland.Read more...

Look at This Gorgeous Ghost of a Dying Star

This giant cosmic bubble may seem an unusual sight, but in fact it’s pretty common across the Universe—because its the remnants of a dying star, otherwise known as a planetary nebula.Read more...

This U.S. Airman Clearly Loves Nirvana

This image looks almost comically serene—and that might in fact be the whole point. This is a security forces Airman shortly after being plunged into a pool as part of his Pre-Ranger Training Assessment Course.Read more...

Scientists Created the World's Quietest Gas to Hear Quantum Effects

If you want to hear something very quiet, you need to reduce the ambient volume of your surroundings. For quantum physicists, though, that meant creating the world’s quietest gas.Read more...



Microsoft teases Lumia 730 'selfie' phone for IFA 2014 event in Germany on Sept 4th

Not too long ago, the alleged Nokia Lumia 730 codenamed "Superman" was spotted in all its glory, running the Lumia Debian Red update as its operating system. The device is rumored to be a mid-range offering by the software giant, expected to hit retail in most markets by the end of August.




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This Lego particle accelerator should be the next brick separator

They missed an opportunity with a joke about the MiniFigs Boson, but this Lego Particle Accelerator made by JK Brickworks actually accelerates a orange Lego soccer ball to an impressive 12.5 kph. Check out the details on Jason's Blog and I highly recommend watching the video.Read more...

Why The Cloud Isn’t Going Anywhere

So goes the seemingly endless parade of headlines that present the ways in which cloud and online computing has betrayed us:

Mac新logo爱不释手? 苹果连颜色都要保护

苹果近期已经在中国香港提交了关于 Mac 新 logo 的商标专利申请,这一次他们把保护地点转到了美国。

Glitch In OS X Search Can Expose Private Details of Apple Mail Users

itwbennett (1594911) writes "The potential privacy risk in Apple's OS X Yosemite, first reported by German tech news site Heise and confirmed by IDG News Service, appears when people use the Spotlight Search feature, which also indexes emails received with the Apple Mail email client.

Guitar Hero TV Is A Music Video Channel You Can Play Along With 

It’s a conversation anybody who grew up in the 90s has had at least a dozen times: “Remember when MTV actually played music videos?” Yes, yes—we all do. Those times are over. Well, those times were over: Activision is about to change everything. It’s launching Guitar Hero TV:

These Two Data Designers Are the Coolest, Geekiest Pen Pals Ever

You can’t fit much information about yourself on a postcard...if you insist on writing it out in words like a weakling. Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Prosavec, two friends on separate continents who both work in data-driven design, have a more efficient method. For their project Dear Data,

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