Apple To Pay Out Up To $200,000 For Flaws In iOS, iCloud Code

Apple is following in the footsteps of other tech and automotive companies by offering hackers $200,000 to find iOS and iCloud product flaws and holes in its code.The bug bounty program is part of an industrywide sweep to find bugs in source code in an effort to prevent or to deter hackers from finding the[…]

Apple’s iPhone 7 gets even closer to the desktop

People aren’t stupid, but even smart people can be misled, and misleading is what the recent deluge of “iPhone 7 will be boring” nonsense will turn out to be, once Apple takes the wraps of its new, hyper-connected device. Here’s what we know:4 big talking pointsclouds 616122 1920Master Class: 3 ways to fast-track your journey[…]

Google AMPs iOS App, Search 

Google updated its iOS app with faster load and search times as part of its Accelerated Mobile Project (AMP), the company announced Friday.The most notable change is the addition of AMP to search results. Launched in February as an industry effort to speed mobile Web pages, individuals will see a lightning bolt denoting AMP articles that appears next to the[…]

Miitomo hits No. 1 on U.S. iOS App Store in less than 24 hours 

Nintendo has stormed onto mobile, and gamers are eating it up.Miitomo, the publisher’s first smartphone app, is the No. 1 most downloaded game for iPhone and iPad in the United States, according to market-tracking firm Sensor Tower. The social app, which GamesBeat is enjoying, only came out this morning. That means it has rushed to the[…]

March Madness apps for iOS could put corporate data at risk

College basketball’s popular March Madness tournament begins this week, and fans have access to more related mobile apps than ever before. However, people who use such apps on corporate-owned of BYOD devices should beware; many of these apps can burrow into corporate networks and present real security risks.CIO March 2016 digital issueDownload the March 2016[…]