With the news of iPads, iPhones and Macs being hacked in the UK and Australia, find out in this video how to prevent it happening or what to do if it’s already happened! How to bypass your apple passcode here More information on Two Step Verfication here Make sure to subscribe to the Youtube channel so ...continue reading Avoid your iPhone being held Ransom!

Writing a novel, research paper, script or any long-form text involves more than hammering away at the keys. There’s research to collect, fragmented ideas to group, and index cards to shuffle around until you lock down that elusive structure – needless to say most writing software is fired up only after much of the hard ...continue reading Scrivener 2: A whole lot more than Microsoft Word [Deals]

Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off Monday, and there's plenty of speculation about what the company plans to reveal. Adding to the suspense, Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Internet Software and Services at Apple, boasted earlier this week that Apple's lineup this year was the best he had seen in 25 years. What's the ...continue reading What Apple will (probably) reveal next week – CNBC.com

Apple’s WWDC 2014 is almost upon us. Even though the developer conference now seems more like a prelude rather than the big event itself, there’s a lot of excitement in the air. The question on every one’s lips is: What will Apple show us? The past few years, Apple has used WWDC to talk about ...continue reading iOS 8 and everything else we expect from Apple at WWDC 2014 – Digital Trends

Review By Neil Hughes Wahoo's latest chest-worn fitness tracking device, the Tickr Run, goes beyond measuring heart rate to track an athlete's pace, distance, and even running smoothness. It's a product that iPhone-carrying exercisers should consider, but unfortunately only if they avoid the treadmill or stationary bike. Hardware and features The Tickr Run looks and ...continue reading Review: Tickr Run iPhone-connected heart rate monitor from Wahoo

Forget hardware. Apple's next big "product" might be another ecosystem. James Martin/CNET Apple's first event of 2014, WWDC, approaches on Monday. And, already, many people are asking: what if we don't see any new Apple products there? A fall, a spring, and a long winter in between have passed since Apple has announced a major ...continue reading Welcome to the iUniverse

Alex Heath (8:00 am PDT, Jun 1st) Some of last year’s WWDC scholarship winners. (photo credit: Apple) For any Apple coder, attending the annual Worldwide Developers Conference is a coveted opportunity. But for the young recipients of WWDC 2014 Student Scholarships, a free ticket to the event means more than an adventure in geekery; it’s ...continue reading For young app makers, winning a WWDC Student Scholarship is a dream come true

On June 9, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) shares will begin trading on the Nasdaq at a split price of 7-to-1. While the traders and speculators share their predictions on the effect the split will have on the direction of the stock, here's a simpler look at the split for long-term investors who simply don't care about ...continue reading What Investors Need to Know About Apple Inc’s Upcoming Stock Split – Motley Fool

When a cramped Apple Store opened in the Pioneer Place basement in 2005 -- in a time without the iPhone or the iPad -- several hundred fans lined up to see the company's first branded retail stop in downtown Portland. The turnout for Saturday's opening of a stunning 23,000-square-foot upgrade at street level was even more impressive. And it wasn't just ...continue reading Portland Apple Store opening: Watch Apple fans explain why they got in line at … – The Oregonian

Apple is hoping that new apps and services can cause as much excitement as its hardware as it prepares to unveil the next versions of its iPhone and Mac software on Monday. At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple is not expected to reveal long-awaited fresh devices such as its “iWatch”. It ...continue reading Apple hopes for thrills in fresh software – Financial Times