Apple says that the latest iOS version has patched most of the exploits and vulnerabilities detailed in the documents from WikiLeaks.
Author: Haridas Gowra
WikiLeaks has revealed that CIA has a dedicated hacking unit, which is devoted to developing and obtaining zero-day exploits for iOS devices.
Adobe has updated its Photoshop Lightroom for iOS to version 2.7 that includes more powerful tools for shooting on the iPhone.
In their support page, Nintendo has quietly posted that gamers cannot transfer the save games between their Nintendo Switch consoles.
T-Mobile offers customers an iPhone 7 for free or an iPhone 7 Plus for just $100 after trade-in and rebate for switching to their network.
Apple has published two new Apple Music advertisements to its U.K. YouTube channel, which highlight the Best of British Music award categories.
Outlook 2016 for Mac has gained support for Google Calendar and Contacts and is currently available for Office Insider Fast-Ring community.
CEO Tim Cook says Apple is still very much focused on its professional customers, and the company has plans to “do more” in the pro area.
Nintendo says that some of the early Nintendo Switch systems that have appeared in the wild were stolen from a US distributor partner.
Twitter has announced that you will no longer receive notifications of replies to conversations started by people you have blocked or muted.
This week’s update to Facebook for Android, iPhone and iPad makes videos in News Feed to play with their sound on by default.