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Report: Apple working on voicemail-to-text technology

According to an article at Business Insider citing unnamed sources, Apple is toying with the idea of using Siri to transcribe voicemails into text messages. 

Amazon opens its AWS Device Farm for iOS app testing

The new tool Amazon pushed to Android and Fire developers to test their apps earlier this month will be extended to iOS soon, in a move that makes the service more competitive with others already on the market. 

Apple warns of possible data corruption for some MacBook Pros

Some 2015 models of the 15-inch, MacBook Pro Retina laptops may have firmware installed that could result in data corruption to their solid-state disks (SSDs). While this should only happen in "rare cases," Apple has quietly pushed out a storage firmware update that it is urging users with the relevant machines to install.

Support for OS X Mountain Lion could be ending soon

The end could be near for OS X Mountain Lion, as Apple prepares to release El Capitan in fall.

Apple-IBM venture releases 10 more enterprise mobile apps that incorporate analytics

Apple and IBM have released 10 more enterprise mobile apps that work on iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches as part of their MobileFirst for iOS venture. The 10 mobile apps, which employ predictive analytics, include apps for managers of shift workers, field service workers, business travelers, mortgage officers and other workers.

Apple sticks with plan to remain mum on Watch sales

Apple executives gave a few hints about how the Apple Watch did in its first quarter on sale but declined to offer specific revenue or sales figures during today's call with financial analysts to discuss the company's third quarter results.

First year for Apple and IBM partnership helps shift focus to UX and design

IBM and Apple are celebrating their anniversary: It's been a year to the day that the two announced their MobileFirst for iOS team-up, an unprecedented joint venture between the tech giants.

Almost all iOS 9 connections will use IPv6, says Apple

The move toward IPv6 is accelerating, as demonstrated by Apple's latest operating systems – iOS 9 for iPhones and iPads and OS X El Capitan for Macs. For the new OSes, IPv6 will be chosen around 99 percent of the time, according to Apple beta testing.

Apple streamlines two-factor authentication for iOS 9, El Capitan

Any measure that can improve mobile security is welcomed by IT departments struggling to keep on top of all the mobile devices flooding into the enterprise. Well, Apple is making life a little easier for IT as well as users by integrating two-factor authentication into its upcoming iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan updates coming this fall.

Prominent security experts challenge governments over encryption access

A group of prominent U.S. and U.K. security experts have come out against giving governments and law enforcements special access to encrypted communication and data, arguing that any attempt to do so would put the entire Internet at risk.