Apple's iCloud attack is nothing in comparison with the kind of attacks <strong>every tech firm must prepare for</strong>, as they offer payment and connected solutions for home, health and car. Here's some ways for you to protect yourself and for Apple to improve its own security.
Stories by Jonny Evans
<a href="http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/">Adobe Flash</a> is a relic, but somehow pockets of the sketchy multimedia software remain, so you may sometimes need to play some item in the format. Fortunately, you can:
Apple intends introducing a <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/article/2599404/tablets/big-ipad-pro-q1-release-date-itbwcw.html">12.9-inch iPad model</a>, and there's some who may think doing so makes no sense at all. They're wrong. Here's why:
The years have not been kind to Apple's critics. Here are fifteen laughable predictions that show how Apple has been going out of business since 1984.
The partnership announced last week isn't just about selling more iPhones. It's part of a big push into the Internet of Things.
Technology is about to take a big slice of the traditional banking business. Bankers have been slow to see what's coming, but they're starting to realize what's at stake.
Adobe's Creative Cloud outage inconvenienced its users, but future Cloud failures could damage the global economy.
The pace of change is too slow for most people now alive to see parity in their lifetimes.
For wearables to really take off, they will have to cannibalize the smartphone, just as mobile devices have cannibalized the PC.
At the heart of the $19B WhatsApp acquisition may be Facebook's continuing desire to take over your mobile phone.
The smartphone giant's troubles are deeper than its big drop in quarterly profits.
The choice of Satya Nadella as CEO suggests that the consumer-market party is over for the company, as it turns its attention to the unglamorous world of infrastructure.
Don't be fooled by the company's rocky 2013. There are strong signs that it has turned the corner.
The outcry over the NSA/GCHQ Internet surveillance scandal can't hide the fact that huge corporations won't say what they know.