In October Adobe reported that it’s systems had been compromised by attackers that stole user data for millions of user accounts, putting many people and companies at risk.
A bug in iOS 6.1 opens a security hole that allows an unathorized access to view and edit contacts on devices.
Google has decided to no longer make a free version of Google Apps for Business available, forcing all new signups to use the premium version of the service.
Citrix announced today that it is acquiring Zenprise for an undisclosed sum allowing them to integrate and deliver their entire application stack to mobile.
Dell has a Halloween treat for anyone frightened of upgrading or switching to Windows 8. They are giving away a PDF version of the Windows 8 for Dummies book.
The Microsoft Office Blog has announced that the Office 2013 suites and products, including Lync, Visio, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc. have reached RTM.
The Microsoft Exchange Team has announced on their blog that Exchange 2013 has reached RTM and will soon be available to business customers.
Users on Apple’s Support Communities raised a ruckus today WiFi issues on their newly upgraded iOS 6 devices. The problem they are seeing is related to how iOS 6 tries to validate whether or not you need to authenticate yourself on the wireless network. Upon connecting iOS 6 tries to connect to an Apple webpage (http://www.apple.com/library/test/success.html), if that […]
With the Surface tablets Microsoft is attempting to reverse their mobile misfortunes by positioning themselves as the tablet form for creation, not just consumption of media. Up until now Microsoft has fumbled their mobile attempts one after another, first with the tablet PC market that they invented over 10 years ago, then the Zune (which […]
All of the talk this week coming out Apple’s WWDC keynote seems to be about new MacBooks with Retina Displays (which apparently are not repairable) and iOS 6, however some of the more interesting news has been coming out via press releases after the fact. One such bit of news is that with Mac OS […]