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Apple has identified 25 iOS apps on its stores that used a rogue version of its Xcode development tool.
Security researchers have identified over 4,000 iOS apps that have malicious code added by a rogue version of the Xcode development tool.
Remember when you just pressed Play on your iPhone or iPad to start listening to music? Now, you have a trio of playback options: Find out what happens when you tap Play Next, Add to Up Next, and more.
Zerodium, an exploit acquisition company, promises to pay $1 million to researchers who provide it with an exclusive, browser-based and untethered jailbreak for the latest Apple iOS 9 operating system.
Microsoft may have just a single-digit slice of the mobile market, but there's one segment of mobile it's winning: Malware infections delivered via mobile networks.
Adblock Plus will let users block ads that pop up when they're browsing the Web with mobile devices.
Nope, you can't pinch your iPhone's display to get to the home screen, nor can you swipe directly through your open apps—but you can if you're an iPad user. Read on for six gotta-know, only-for-iPad gestures.
Nope, you're not the only one who's ever barked "stop it!" to your iPhone or iPad because it was being, well, a little too helpful. Luckily, you can tweak or turn off many of iOS's most nagging and intrusive features.
A series of mysterious tweets implied big changes were coming to the modular smartphone program
Samsung had sought to reduce a $548 million patent infringement award
Digital sticky notes are one part of this elaborate projection system aimed at going beyond whiteboards
Google and Apple are just two of the rivals Samsung will face.
Phones will require 24-bit playback to work with the service on LG SmartWorld
Lenovo reported weak second quarter earnings
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