Steven Paul Jobs sought to leave a dent in the universe, and he did, changing the world with his vision and determination, creating the world's most successful technology company and changing personal computing for the better.
From the ability to add live video from your iDevice camera into your Keynote presentations, through to improvements for Pages and documents on iPhone, and Numbers bringing pivot tables to iPhone, iPad and Mac, Apple's office suite has had an upgrade.
GUEST RESEARCH: Jamf, the standard in Apple Enterprise Management, has announced the results of an independent global survey, conducted by Vanson Bourne, of 2000 employees and 500 IT decision-makers (ITDMs) on the importance of employee choice and the future of work. Key findings reveal that 87% of respondents surveyed said choosing their own work device was of importance to them, so much so that 89% of respondents said they'd be willing to sacrifice part of their salary for it.
Identity detection and response specialist Attivo Networks' new TheatStrike technology is said to hide real credentials from attacker tools and bind them to their applications, while showing decoy credentials as bait for threat intelligence gathering.
Trend Micro's latest product for home users is Trend Micro Device Security Ultimate, which combines device security, identity theft and dark web monitoring, parental controls, and more.
The newly released NordVPN promises an optimised experience for M1 chip users, so if you’re getting a notice to update, it’s definitely worth doing.
TCL's NXTWEAR G wearable display glasses have finally arrived in store, replicating a 140-inch screen on a pair of lightweight glasses that connect via cable to anything with USB-C video out for $899 from Harvey Norman, with 6 months free Optus Sport subscription.
Parallels revolutionised the industry giving Mac users the world's first virtualisation software for Intel-based Macs way back in 2006. 15 years later the product is still going strong, and Parallels is offering a 25% discount to celebrate.
Apple has now announced iPadOS 15 is coming later this year and with it the ability to develop iPad and iOS apps right on your iPad and submit them to the App Store for publication.
Multitasking on iPad, when it was finally introduced, was always a bit fiddly, and needing a bit of grokking to properly understand, but in iPadOS 15, multitasking looks simple, easy and intuitive.
Apple's iOS and iPadOS 15, macOS 12 Monterey, watchOS 8 and more are never more connected, secure and private, easier, more powerful and intelligent, with offline Siri, flexible notifications and ways to stay focused, more advanced home automation, app creation on iPad, Xcode Cloud, iCloud+, sharing virtually any content in real-time on Messages and so much more.
Authentication and identity specialist SecureAuth has unveiled the latest release of its SecureAuth identity as a service product, which delivers several new features including the SecureAuth Identity Store.
Just days after the arrival of major updates for Apple's operating systems, the company has released a fresh round of security updates for macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS.
Company News: Jamf, the standard in Apple enterprise management, has announced exciting new functionality aimed at supporting teachers, parents and students.
Promising the same great tools, in a new, easier-to-use interface, Parallels' suite of excellent tools for PCs and Macs has received the user-interface change it needed to make things simpler and easier.
Boasting new and exclusive Apple Arcade Originals, including Star Trek: Legends, are joined by two new categories, Timeless Classics and App Store Greats, all with no ads or in-app purchases, with the The breakthrough gaming service adding over 30 games from what Apple says are "today’s most-celebrated gaming franchises, brands, and creators."
Veeam Backup & Replication v11 delivers more than 200 new features and enhancements, according to the company.
Researchers at security outfit Red Canary say they have discovered Mac malware that also has a version aimed at the new M1 machines – but are not clear on what it does or what the vector of infection is.
Hardly three months after a series of Mac computers, powered by new M1 chips, was launched, a security researcher has discovered malware written specifically for this platform.
Researchers at the Slovakian security firm ESET say they have discovered a new supply-chain attack that targets the update infrastructure of NoxPlayer, an Android emulator for PCs and Macs.
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