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Apple tackles iPhone one-tap spyware flaws

Flaws in Apple’s iOS operating system have been discovered that made it possible to install spyware on a target’s device merely by getting them to click on a link. The discovery was made after a human rights lawyer alerted security researchers to unsolicited text messages he had received. They discovered three previously unknown flaws within Apple’s code. Apple has since ... Read More »

Google Search can now handle more complex questions

Users can now throw more complex questions at it as Google focuses on making Search work better with natural language New Delhi: Anyone who relies on Google Search on a daily basis (and who doesn’t), would have become quite adept at using shorter and keyword-based phrases in order to generate accurate search results. Now, Google has updated its search capabilities ... Read More »

Twitter lifts limits on direct messages between users

Twitter lifted its character limit Wednesday for direct messages between users, saying it would help make the private side of Twitter “more powerful and fun.” As a result, these private messages will no longer have the 140-character limit which applies to tweets. “You can now chat on (and on) in a single Direct Message, and likely still have some characters ... Read More »

Teewe App now available for download on Windows Phone

After the recent launch of Teewe 2 content streaming dongle, Bengaluru-based Mango Man has now released Teewe app for Windows Phone. The application was previously only limited to Android, iOS, Linux, and OS X platforms. The new Teewe app offers Windows users a native experience of video streaming on their devices. Content streaming apps on Windows Phone smartphones are rare ... Read More »

Google releases work tools designed for Android phones

Google is releasing a set of tools designed for businesses and employees who want to get work done on Android powered smartphones, setting up a skirmish on another key front of mobile computing. The technology unveiled Wednesday launches Google’s attempt to turn Android phones into the digital hub of people’s personal and professional lives. The expansion will pit Google Inc. ... Read More »

The Smartphone Wars Are Over, Everyone Wins

The mobile smartphone wars are over. Everyone won. At least, in terms of functionality and ease of use. Though I’ve been an iPhone advocate for years, this past week I’ve been using a loaner Nokia Lumia 928 running Windows Phone 8 and, well, I haven’t missed my iPhone. That’s not to say the Lumia is better, or that WP8 is ... Read More »

Apple goes strict on developers

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc tightened its rules over software that accesses address-book information, following a controversy over social-networking applications such as Path uploading users’ contacts data without permission. Apple is changing its policy to require app makers to get users’ approval before uploading data from their address books, said Tom Neumayr, a spokesman for Apple. Applications that upload contact-list information ... Read More »