As Apple prepares to take preorders for the Apple Watch beginning this Friday, a small group of Apple Watch app developers have been visiting Apple labs in Sunnyvale every day under security that rivals the Manhattan Project.
Apple's new ResearchKit could turn the Apple Watch into a medical research tool for the pharmaceutical industry, observed Vivek Wadhwa, a fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University.
Black Box, a robotic "PIN typing" device that uses a USB connection to inject screen taps virtually, can be used to brute force iPhone PINs, warned security researcher Paul Ducklin on the NakedSecurity blog
Google on Tuesday launched its Calendar app for the iPhone, reports VentureBeat.
Faced with Apple's intransigence over data encryption, the U.S. government appears to have taken matters into its own hands, working on its own methods for getting into data on Apple devices.
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Attackers are launching phishing attacks against victims of iPhone and iPad theft to track victims into supplying iCloud log-in credentials, according to security firm Symantec.
Shifts for iOS enables users to keep track of irregular work shifts on their iPhone, according to a TechRepublic article.
IT security types prefer Apple devices because of their reputation for strong security, but the recent discovery of the Thunderstrike bootkit could call into question that security reputation.
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