Apple claims even they can’t crack an iOS 8 device

In a post on the Apple website yesterday the company claimed that they won’t comply with government warrants to unlock devices running the new iOS 8, because they can’t.

Will HealthKit data actually be useful for doctors?

Since Apple’s announcement of HealthKit at its Worldwide Developers Conference companies have been working to develop HealthKit-compatible apps and devices, but can doctors really use any of this data?

Do you take naked selfies?

It seems like celebrities have a penchant for taking naked selfies, but apparently they aren't alone.

Is Microsoft's Azure permanently broken?

There appear to be some serious issues with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services and some experts suggest the problems might be difficult if not impossible to fix.

Cortana picks another ten out of sixteen

Eagles edge out the Indianapolis Colts in a game that Cortana predicted the Eagles to win.

Every company is a software company

Mendix co-founder and CEO Derek Roos said that no matter what the industry, every company today needs think and act like a software company to succeed.

We are the customer and the commodity

Privacy is a big deal these days yet we give it away every time we log in.

Apple is transforming itself into an incremental payment system

Apple may have started out as a hardware company but in recent years it has gradually shifted its business to an online, incremental purchasing company

Debate – Crowdsourcing: Good or Evil?

Crowdsourcing Has Negatively Impacted “News” Vote on the overall topic: Good or Evil? You can also vote up or down each individual opinion: Did the debater make a strong argument?

Can Apple really change the world?

After Apple’s recent announcements, pundits are beginning to say things like Apple will revolutionize the phablet, smart watch and NFC markets.

Cortana, please protect me

Recent hacks and security breaches keep pressing home the need for everyone to be more vigilant about personal security, but could we use our own devices to help us do that?

Walmart not buying into Apple Pay

In a statement yesterday Walmart said they have no plans to join Apple Pay.

Apple should be held responsible for the iCloud hacks

With the recent spate of high-profile hacks you have to wonder who should be held accountable when someone makes a mistake that results in a system breach.

Intel wants to be big and small

Judging by the talk at the Intel Developers Conference, Intel is going to be making a big push into…well…just about everything.

Why there is no such thing as security

Is it even possible to be completely secure in this highly-interconnected digital world? I don’t think so.

Apple Sets New Mobile Cadence

Apple’s influence on the market may be waning but they still capture the attention of the market when they announce new products.

Apple puts iPod Classic to bed

At the same time Apple was debuting their two new iPhones and the Apple Watch they were quietly removing the iPod Classic from their online Apple Store.

RFD-TV inks new deal with AT&T

The somewhat quirky RFD-TV network has signed a new deal with AT&T expanding the farming- and country-oriented network to 46 million homes.