Don’t you just love it when you wake up to a massive security exploit that affects pretty much every device you own that has a processor? If you do, you’re going to love it when you find out that there are actually TWO massive security exploits that affect pretty much every device you own that has a processor.
They’re called Meltdown and Spectre, and here’s what you should know about these vulnerabilities as well as what you can do to keep yourself safe.
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Apple has just released its latest High Sierra update (10.13) for the Mac and it delivers significant improvements for storage, video and graphics. If you’re using a Mac from 2009 or newer, you should be able to get it today.
Today at WWDC 2017 developer conference, Apple announced the next version of the company’s desktop operating system macOS. The new operating system, simply dubbed macOS High Sierra (succeeding macOS Sierra) brings a whole bunch of refinements as well as an all new version of Metal.
I wasn’t impressed with the iPhone 7. In fact, we as a collective unit at SoyaCincau weren’t impressed with it either. When it came to breaking ground in the development of tech — something Apple was so good at — I honestly felt the iPhone 7 broke nothing.
But on the sales front, things were a little different. Apple just posted their financial report for last quarter (Q1 2017) and it turns out that they’ve sold more iPhones and generated more revenue than ever before, breaking multiple records along the way.
WhatsApp has become one of the most popular messaging apps in Malaysia. In fact, it’s so popular that it has virtually rendered texting (or SMSing) obsolete — I only receive SMSes from scammers, the bank and my mobile operator telling me that my data quota has finished.
WhatsApp has changed the way we text and now they’re making it a little better than it was before.
The co-founder of Oculus has just added more fire to the PC vs Mac argument. Based on performance, he places them next to the useless systems of yesteryear – for Rift’s virtual reality headset at least.
Considering that VR is about to go big in the near future, this could cause some concern to the execs at Cupertino. Well, Apple usually enters the race late anyway. And as usual, they’ll find a way to get vendors and developers on board when they think it’s the right time to enter the game.
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It appears that a strange bug affecting many Safari users on iPhones, iPads and Macs, is causing the browser to crash for no apparent reason. Many have discovered that it could be the “search suggestions” feature and that disabling that would stop the application from crashing, however, that is only a temporary workaround.
All-around good guy and GOP candidate Donald Trump, knows his way around a business. He’s earned billions by making business decisions in his own companies and thinks he’s the best man to seek business advice from. In this case, the way Apple’s manufacturing system operates.
Speaking to an audience at Liberty University earlier today, Mr Trump as he’s so fondly referred to on the Apprentice, shared some of his insights on how to make Apple more American.
We’re not talking about Apple Pie here.