Apple CEO Talks about Privacy on NPR
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple and successor to the late Steve Jobs sat down with NPR 2 days ago to weigh in on security and product privacy concerning Apple products. The conversation began with some clarifying about how Apple manages the data on your phone and their solution is to leave the media and information on your phone that is encrypted automatically by the user. Even the exchange of data between their products and the iCloud platform is two way encrypted by your Apple sign-in ID and is not shared in any way with government. Tim Cook goes on to say in fact that he "doesn't support any backdoor for government" into their own devices and software. He immediately followed up that statement by saying "privacy is a fundamental human right that people have, ...
If you haven't seen the ads, feast your eyes below on Apple's latest marketing push for the Apple Market place.
What is the Apple Marketplace?
Great question! The Apple marketplace is a term we use to describe Apple's App store and the iTunes online store. (more…)
Laptops are transforming before our eyes (Literally)
Every year there's a huge conference for all the big dog PC companies in the best place you've never heard of, Taipei. HP, Dell, Asus, and all the other members of the PC family get together and mostly determine how they're going to come closer to developing the almighty "Macbook Killler" the same way you might expect mobile phone providers do to compete with the iPhone. This years products have gathered to exhibit small profile tablet/laptop hybrids, face detecting laptops, 4k screens and so much more. Here are the results!
ASUS Transformer Book T100HA
Wow, this laptop looks amazing at first glance. This is one of Asus most successful products in years which is similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. It's a full on touch screen tablet with Windows pre-installed on it featuring a ...