For Mac Users, The Security Bubble Has Burst

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For Mac Users, The Security Bubble Has Burst

For Mac Users, The Security Bubble Has Burst

Apple’s Mac operating systems are known for their resistance to malware, viruses, hackers and ransomware, which is one reason many people opt for Mac computers. Still, they’re not invincible, and as a security company recently reported, Mac users should be aware of potential threats. Researchers at Palo Alto Networks reported finding “the first fully functional... Read More

Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy

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Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy

Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy

Steve Jobs understood what people want. His insistence on making hard things easier — for instance, using a personal computer — was an essential part of the Apple success story. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been doing the same thing — but now the “hard thing” is privacy and encryption. Apple has consistently earned top... Read More

Identity Thieves Take a Bite Out of Apple

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Identity Thieves Take a Bite Out of Apple

Identity Thieves Take a Bite Out of Apple

Scammers are taking advantage of a product financing offer that presents identity thieves with the opportunity to fraudulently obtain instant credit approval to make online purchases...

When You’re the Apple of Their Eye

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When You’re the Apple of Their Eye

When You’re the Apple of Their Eye

The World Wide Web seems to be making the world less wide. Everyone is connected to everyone and everything else, and that is changing the way many things are done, particularly advertising and marketing. The past decade or so has seen a radical evolution in the way marketers define and reach their target markets. Gone... Read More

Apple’s Secret Tracking Prompts Outrage, Lawsuit

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Apple’s Secret Tracking Prompts Outrage, Lawsuit

Apple’s Secret Tracking Prompts Outrage, Lawsuit

If you have a new iPhone or iPad, Apple is tracking you all the time, everywhere you go. As  first reported by Gizmodo.com, the iPhone and iPad secretly record their location automatically. The data is stored on the devices, and is easily accessed by anyone who finds it. The news has created an uproar in... Read More

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