According to noted industry blogger Evan Blass, Apple is planning to announce its next-generation iPhone lineup at a special event scheduled for the week of Sept. 12, in line with its usual fall launch cycle.
Blass, whose sources have in the past provided accurate information on upcoming smartphone releases, posted the rumor to Twitter without attribution late Friday. Apple traditionally announces iPhone releases in September — iPhone 6s debuted last year on Sept. 9 — so the guess is a safe one.
Love it or hate it, Uber has helped transform many people's lives and the way they travel in urban areas. At its core, Uber is not a taxi company; it's a technology service, and one of its primary assets is user information.
Uber recently closed a high-impact flaw in its platform that could potentially have put user information at risk.
Verizon's continuing its ongoing mission to pare down the number of customers on unlimited data plans by migrating them to ones with hard limits. Recently, the company came up with a way to get rid of its biggest data hogs.
Verizon is notifying customers using an "extraordinary" amount of data per month that they must move off their unlimited data plan by Aug. 31. If they don't switch, the carrier will disconnect their accounts, though they'll have 50 days to reactivate them on a limited plan, as first reported by Droid Life.
KickassTorrents was the world’s most popular torrent site — even bigger than The Pirate Bay. But the site has been taken down, and its alleged operator arrested.
The criminal complaint against KickassTorrents and its alleged operator includes a chart that shows the cinema release dates of popular movies, the date they appeared on KickassTorrents, and the DVD release date.
For every single movie, KickassTorrents managed to release a version weeks before the DVD was in stores, often just days after the films were screened in cinemas.
Mobile devices have without a doubt brought convenience to the masses, but that benefit comes at a high price for journalists, activists, and human rights workers who work in war-torn regions or other high-risk environments. Now, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has designed an iPhone accessory that could one day be used to prevent the devices from leaking their whereabouts.