Be careful what applications you install on your computing devices – even if they come from Apple’s iPhone/iPad App Store.
A popular smartphone app used by the gay community to hook-up with similarly-minded people in their vicinity suffers from a serious security vulnerability that could expose personal information and explicit photos that they have been sent.
Has Apple really partnered up with Facebook? Is the social network really giving away free Apple iPhones and iPads to randomly selected individuals?
A team of researchers at Georgia Tech have demonstrated how they were able to spy on what was typed on a regular desktop computer’s keyboard via the accelerometers of a smartphone placed nearby.
Apple’s new “Siri” feature, the voice-activated personal assistant built into the iPhone 4S, leaves owners’ spanking new smartphones partially unguarded.
Are you desperate to install iOS 5.0 on your iPad or iPhone?
If so, beware of “Error 3200” which has troubled many early adopters.
Repeat after me – Apple is not giving away any free iPads, iPhones or MacBooks in memory of Steve Jobs.
Nevertheless, Steve Jobs scams claiming to offer free hardware are flourishing on Facebook.
It’s impossible to express how sad many people in the technology world feel at the news of the death of Steve Jobs.
Sickeningly, scammers were waiting to take advantage of the bad news.
Beware of emails claiming that Apple has already announced the iPhone 5.
You could be infecting your Windows computer with malware.
Nude photos of Scarlett Johansson have been released on the web, after allegedly being stolen from her iPhone.
Read this before you click on any links, and – if you’re a celebrity – learn how to stop this from happening to you!
iPhone 5 giveaways are flourishing on Facebook and elsewhere on the internet.
But how can you tell the scams from genuine offers? We help you decide, with some mathematics.
Did hackers really hack into Julianne Hough’s iPhone and steal her private photos?
The actress/singer/dancer may have not wanted this kind of exposure.
Comex, the creator of the JailBreakMe website which helps iPhone and iPad owners jailbreak their phones, has been given an internship… at Apple.
A website is making it easy to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad – but could also be giving a blueprint to malicious hackers on how to infect such devices with malware.
An alleged member of the Goatse Security hacking group, has pleaded guilty to breaking into AT&T’s systems and obtaining the email addresses of iPad users.