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  • The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?

    The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?
    The security flaw in Apple products discovered late last week, and so far only partially patched, has shocked software experts the world over -- not because it's so serious, but because it's so simple.  The flaw could allow attackers access to most up-...
  • Is Apple done supporting Snow Leopard and 19% of Macs?

    Recent behavior by Apple appears to suggest the tech giant may no longer have plans to issue security updates for Snow Leopard, a version of its desktop operating system that is used by nearly one in five Mac users. The Cupertino tech company has not...
  • Microsoft hoping users will get friends, family to leave Windows XP

    Microsoft plans to end support for Windows XP on April 8, but there are still many users whose computers run the outdated software. That's why the company has asked tech-savvy users to encourage their friends to upgrade their computers or buy new ones....
  • Nokia Android phone coming before Microsoft deal closes, report says

    Nokia will reportedly unveil a smartphone running Google's Android operating system later this month, before its acquisition by Microsoft closes. The Finnish phone maker, which agreed to sell its hardware business to Microsoft for $7.4 billion last...
  • Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday

    Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday
    Apple Inc. is expected to announce updated operating systems for its desktop computers and mobile devices -- Mac OSX 10.10 and IOS 8 -- at its annual developers conference starting Monday in San Francisco. The company is expected to also introduce...
  • Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language

    Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language
    Apple Inc. announced updates to its mobile and desktop operating systems Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the updates were designed to help the company's devices "all work together in harmony....
  • WWDC 2014: 10 highlights from Apple's OS X 10.10 Yosemite, iOS 8

    As expected, Apple unveiled the latest versions of its iOS and OS X operating systems Monday morning at the keynote event of its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.  Led by Chief Executive Tim Cook and Senior Vice President Craig...
  • Facebook can see what users type even if status is not posted

    Facebook has said that it is within its terms of service to see what users are typing even when the status or comment is never posted on the social network. The Menlo Park, Calif., company confirmed that it can track users' unpublished posts after two...
  • Exchange software should be shared [Letter]

    As a retired systems engineer with over 20 years of in development of software systems, I have to question why it is necessary that each state develop its own software for the health insurance exchanges. There are 26 states that have their own health care...
  • Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system

    Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system
    SAN FRANCISCO -- You can add all the apps in the world to that phone in the palm of your hand. But the device manufacturer still has more say over how your phone looks and works than you do. Some people in the tech community don't think it should be...
  • LCF students try their hand at coding

    By 2020, there will be an estimated 1.4 million computing jobs in the United States, according to the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Unfortunately, there will only be about 400,000 graduating computer science students ready to...