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The ruling in this landmark case could change the App Store forever.
So-called 'reader' apps will soon be allowed to link to their own external sites for account management.
Using a new on-device technology, Apple will detect the images while protecting user privacy.
You can ensure your data remains safe through erasure. Here's how you can use the Find My app to remotely wipe out a device.
Some people take fears about account hijacking so seriously that they make their life harder without increasing their security.
Phishing remains a key tool in hijacking accounts, but you can defeat it with a little savvy.
The Significant Locations option on the iPhone and iPad learns what locations are important and uses that info to serve you better data.
Apple tries to give itself access to the least amount of information about you and the least amount of your private information that it can.
Google announced on World Password Day that it is enabling two-factor authentication on all Google accounts. Apple should do the same.
Protect your data from any hackers and creeps. It's really quite easy to set up.
A surveillance software used by Australian police to extract messages, photos and other crucial pieces of evidence used in criminal hearings, has come into question after vulnerabilities were discovered that could be exploited to create falsified evi...
In February 2021, Australians lost $20.8 million to a combined 20,180 scams according to the latest figures from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) Scamwatch report.
Security researcher Red Canary has discovered a new malware target at Macs running both Intel and M1 chips but there’s a twist.
Thousands of Australians faced sextortion attack attempts in January. Digital security and privacy products company, Avast has blocked more than half a million such attempts worldwide, most of which targeted English-speaking users. There were 59,100...
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