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Millions of Android devices vulnerable to 'Heartbleed' Bug

“Millions of smartphones and tablets running Google Inc.’s Android operating system have the Heartbleed software bug, in a sign of how broadly the flaw extends beyond the Internet and into consumer devices,” Jordan Robertson reports for Bloomberg News. 229 more words


How to change your iCloud Keychain password from your iDevice.

iCloud Keychain was introduced in iOS 7 and the basics of it is that you can save your account names, credit card numbers and passwords in iCloud. 151 more words


Apple Acquires Hydroelectric Project to Power Oregon Data Center

In-line with its sustainability efforts, Apple has purchased a hydroelectric green energy project to power its Oregon data center.

The purchase was announced yesterday by… 265 more words


Apple's iOS, OS X don't have Heartbleed bug but Android and BlackBerry's BBM do

“iOS and OS X users can breathe a sigh of relief with the knowledge that their devices are not affected by the catastrophic OpenSSL Heartbleed security flaw — but if they’re using BBM for really private messages on iOS they might want to stop right now,” Liam Tung reports for ZDNet. 235 more words


Apple on 'Heartbleed' bug: iPhone, iPad, Mac and iCloud unaffected

“Apple said Thursday that its mobile, desktop and Web services weren’t affected by a major flaw in a widely used set of Web security software that could have affected hundreds of thousands of websites,” Mike Isaac reports for Re/code. 179 more words


Dropbox photo-sharing and storage just got a lot prettier & easier

Gentry Underwood joined Dropbox because he co-founded email-management app Mailbox, which Dropbox acquired.

But he’s been working on something new: Carousel, a “place for all your memories.” 192 more words


Mailbox goes beyond iOS, now available on Android and coming soon to OS X

Dropbox announced today that Mailbox, the popular gesture-heavy email client it bought last year, will soon be launching a desktop version of its software. 176 more words