Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple with the late Steve Jobs, predicted "horrible problems" in the coming years as cloud-based computing takes hold.
Wozniak, 61, was the star turn at the penultimate performance in Washington of "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," monologist Mike Daisey's controversial two-hour expose of Apple's labor conditions in China.
Don’t you wich you had a photographic memory, commonly referred to as “Eidetic?” To remember things on the fly, you have to train your brain to do so. Some people use flashcards, others were just born with the gift and have sharpened the talent over time.
One iOS app, coincidentally named Eidetic, will help train your brain into remembering the most important, or goofy, facts that you need to keep in your brain during your lifetime.
The premise is absolutely simple: Pick something you want to remember, fit it into a category on the app, and based on your settings it will remind and test you about the fact. Over and over again until you’ve remembered it. It’s like artificial memory, or nagging notes.
One year and one week since the release of OS X Lion, Apple is back with Mountain Lion, also known as OS X 10.8.
Like Lion, Mountain Lion offers numerous feature additions that will be familiar to iOS users. This OS X release continues Apple’s philosophy of bringing iOS features “back to the Mac,” and includes iMessage, Reminders, Notes, Notification Center, Twitter integration, Game Center, and AirPlay Mirroring. There are even a few features that are making their debut with Mountain Lion, and will find their way back into iOS 6 this fall.
All that initial excitement over the first iPhone or iPad has quickly given way to what analysts are dubbing "upgrade fatigue" -- with even Apple's most loyal customers upset about the steady stream of newer models.
Videolicious, the New York-based provider of automatic video creation solutions, has launched the second version of their popular app for iOS. Videolicious 2.0 allows anyone to create their own sales, marketing, and communication videos in real-time.
Crisis malware lets attackers install without an administrator password and intercept email, IM, and other communications.
Mac users, beware new malware targeting Apple OS X systems that's disguised as an Adobe Flash Player installer. That warning comes via antivirus software vendor Kaspersky Lab, which said it first spotted the Crisis malware--also known as Morcut--last week.
While not widespread, the malware's ability to intercept email and IM, among other features, demonstrates that malicious applications written to target Macs can be just as powerful as malware that comes gunning for PCs.
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