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Apple offers a way to 'return' that free U2 album

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(CNN) — Apple learned an important lesson this week: Not everyone likes U2. And even those who do really don’t like it when you put music in their libraries without asking. 238 more words


The installment of the IOS 8

Indeed, the IOS 8 is now here and ready to be installed into Apple iPhones. To me, it is a very thrilling moment when a new update appears on my phone screen. 296 more words


iOS 8 Leaves some Security features Behind

By Rich W Woods

Recently, I’m sure you heard about how some celebrity photos were “hacked” through iCloud. I didn’t write about it here because I didn’t think it was worth giving those people the attention. 479 more words

A message from Tim Cook about Apple's commitment to your privacy

Apple CEO Tim Coo has posted an open letter on Apple.com. Here it is, verbatim:

At Apple, your trust means everything to us. That’s why we respect your privacy and protect it with strong encryption, plus strict policies that govern how all data is handled. 522 more words


iOS8 and iCloud: Why Apple Doesn't Have it Right Yes

If you are tempted to upgrade to IOS 8, you are among the millions who have or are doing so. There are many new features that will help you to make you life more efficient.   211 more words


Breaking Nudes: Apple's iCloud hacked, celebrity nudes leaked

by Jackie Thompson

In the latest celebrity photo leak, nude photos of over one hundred celebrities were leaked after a hack of Apple’s online security back-up service, iCloud, on Sunday, August 29. 464 more words


Apple: We Can't Give Your iPhone Data to the Government

After dozens of celebrities had their most intimate photos stored on Apple’s iCloud service stolen by hackers and released online, the company used Wednesday’s iOS 8 update launch to defend its concern for privacy and introduce new security measures. 353 more words