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No human interaction required: AT&T iPhone unlock can be done via iTunes

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Hate going into AT&T stores and interacting with real humans? Worry not, as unlocking your AT&T iPhone is turning out to be a simpler process than expected for some users. The process can still be performed in-store by AT&T personnel, but it can also be done at home with...
No human interaction required: AT&T iPhone unlock can be done via iTunes

Cox TV Connect for Android launches, brings live TV streaming to 'select' tablets

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We're still waiting to see Cox's next generation cable TV-to-mobile streaming app, but right now it's released a version of its existing Cox TV Connect app for Android. Available on iPads since the end of 2011 and on iPhone / iPod touch since the end of last year, it's...
Cox TV Connect for Android launches, brings live TV streaming to 'select' tablets

Google Drive confirmed by Google support pages

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Only the most skeptical of observers would consider Google Drive a rumor by this point, but if you want some truly bulletproof confirmation of its imminent arrival, Google has now provided it. The company's support page for Google Docs now includes some helpful tips on transferring ownership of Google...
Google Drive confirmed by Google support pages

Apple to Alter VPN On Demand Behavior in iOS 6.1 and Later Due to VirnetX Lawsuit

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The Loop points to a new Apple support document disclosing that the company will be changing the behavior of the VPN On Demand feature on iOS devices running iOS 6.1 or later through a software update to be released later this month. The changes have been necessitated by a $368...
Apple to Alter VPN On Demand Behavior in iOS 6.1 and Later Due to VirnetX Lawsuit
Software update enables LTE support on T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 2. Nexus 4 next?
Apple updates Java for a third time, this time with Flashback malware removal

AT&T’s iPhone unlock process detailed: A quick online chat, Apple does the unlocking, requires IMEI only

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If you’re looking to have your iPhone unlocked from AT&T’s service, you can do so over the company’s online chat and Apple is the one actually doing the unlocking. These new details come courtesy of iPhone hacker and developer Grant Paul, and have been verified by The Next Web in a...
AT&T’s iPhone unlock process detailed: A quick online chat, Apple does the unlocking, requires IMEI only

Exchange, passcode bugs reportedly squashed in upcoming iOS 6.1.2

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An iOS update to fix the zombie passcode security bug and Exchange issues is expected to arrive around February 20, according to new claims from German-language Apple site iFun. The site, which previously played Nostradamus for the impending release of iOS 6.1.1 for iPhone 4S, says iOS 6.1.2 is...
Exchange, passcode bugs reportedly squashed in upcoming iOS 6.1.2

Apple says New Year's 'Do Not Disturb' bug will fix itself Jan. 7

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Apple has posted a support document on its website, informing users that a bug with the "Do Not Disturb" feature in iOS 6 will automatically be resolved after Jan. 7....
Apple says New Year's 'Do Not Disturb' bug will fix itself Jan. 7

Apple Developing Software to Remove Flashback Malware

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Apple published a support document this evening regarding the Flashback malware that affects OS X computers. We previously detailed the software which began life last year as a trojan and has morphed into a drive-by download taking advantage of a vulnerability in Java that Apple did not patch until last...
Apple Developing Software to Remove Flashback Malware

Download FCP X, Motion, Compressor with One Visit to the Mac App Store

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Many Mac users know that first-party (Apple-developed) software is exclusive to the Mac App Store nowadays, but Cupertino is making sure everyone knows how they can buy the newest versions of Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor. According to a support document published by Apple this week, “Final Cut Pro...
Download FCP X, Motion, Compressor with One Visit to the Mac App Store
Microsoft officially offers workarounds for iOS 6.1 Exchange errors including blocking all iOS users
Motorola announces Android 4.1 now rolling out to Droid RAZR M

T-Mobile USA issuing iPhone carrier update adding Visual Voicemail, LTE and HD Voice

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T-Mobile USA is in the process of issuing a carrier update for iPhones on its network that will add Visual Voicemail, LTE and HD Voice support for eligible devices. As first noted by TmoNews, the operator posted a support document for the update, which is available to iPhones running iOS...
T-Mobile USA issuing iPhone carrier update adding Visual Voicemail, LTE and HD Voice

MindTouch Social Help System Aligns With Salesforce Ecosystem, Exemplifies What Oracle Lacks

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MindTouch is a services company that has done what innovative companies do: taken the concept of the user manual and turned it on its head. Its technology exemplifies what Oracle lacks and the advantage that Salesforce.com has in the market by developing an app ecosystem. MindTouch just joined the Salesforce.com...
MindTouch Social Help System Aligns With Salesforce Ecosystem, Exemplifies What Oracle Lacks

Apple: iWork.com to get the axe on July 31 so back up your documents

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Apple is getting ready to pull the plug on iWork.com before the service even manages to make it out of beta. The company sent an e-mail on Friday to customers who had signed up for iWork.com to inform them that the service would be discontinued as of July 31,...
Apple: iWork.com to get the axe on July 31 so back up your documents

Microsoft Offers Workarounds for iOS 6.1 Exchange Bug

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iOS 6.1, which was released two weeks ago, brought with it a handful of serious bugs. The first bug, which affected 3G performance on the iPhone 4S was fixed yesterday, following Apple's release of 6.1.1 for the iPhone 4S. The second bug involved an error that caused iOS devices running...
Microsoft Offers Workarounds for iOS 6.1 Exchange Bug

Apple says VPN changes coming in iOS thanks to VirnetX verdict

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Apple has been forced to change how iOS devices use VPN following a $368.2 million patent verdict in favor of patent and research firm VirnetX. The company wrote about the changes in a support document posted to its website on Thursday (hat tip to AppleInsider), saying the behavior of...
Apple says VPN changes coming in iOS thanks to VirnetX verdict

Apple support document addresses iPhone 5 'purple haze'

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Apple has publicly explained an issue that can result in a purple "haze" or flare that users have discovered can show up in pictures taken with the new iPhone 5....
Apple support document addresses iPhone 5 'purple haze'

Apple Publicly Responds to Complaints of Purple Lens Flare on iPhone 5 Photos

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Soon after the release of the iPhone 5, some users began noticing a purple flare or halo showing up in photos taken with the device's camera pointed at or near bright light sources. The issue is certainly not unique to the iPhone 5, but it has caused concern for some...
Apple Publicly Responds to Complaints of Purple Lens Flare on iPhone 5 Photos
MobileMe officially shut down; iWork.com is next

Intuit Releases Lion-Compatible Quicken 2007 for Mac

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Last December, Intuit announced that it would be developing a version of its Quicken 2007 for Mac software compatible with OS X Lion, targeting "early spring" for a release. Quicken 2007 has remained a popular option for users of personal finance software despite its age, as Intuit opted to deploy...
Intuit Releases Lion-Compatible Quicken 2007 for Mac

Verizon iPhone 5 Customers Will Not Be Charged for Inadvertent Cellular Data Usage Issue

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Yesterday, Apple released an iPhone 5 carrier settings update intended to address an issue in which cellular data was being used even when the device was connected to Wi-Fi. The issue drew a number of comments from users who had noticed unexpectedly high data usage over the few days they've...
Verizon iPhone 5 Customers Will Not Be Charged for Inadvertent Cellular Data Usage Issue

Apple says Do Not Disturb bug will fix itself, as developers figure its cause

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Date-related bug means scheduling system to block calls won't start working until Monday - but Apple isn't rolling out a software fix. Instead, developers say its cause lies in poor formatting of Unix date stampsApple has decided not to disturb its faulty Do Not Disturb (DND) function on its iOS...
Apple says Do Not Disturb bug will fix itself, as developers figure its cause
Microsoft offers one-click workaround for IE vulnerability, permanent fix coming Friday

iTunes Match Launching in New Countries Including Austria, Greece, and Italy

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MacRumors has begun receiving reports that iTunes Match has started going live in several new countries today. So far we have heard from users in Austria, Greece, and Italy, with some users reporting that they have been required to agree to updated iTunes Store terms and conditions addressing the service...
iTunes Match Launching in New Countries Including Austria, Greece, and Italy

Apple changes its mind on iOS VPN changes following VirnetX verdict

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Apple has walked back its decision to make changes to how iOS devices handle VPN following a $368.2 patent verdict in favor of VirnetX. Apple originally posted a support document to its website earlier this month detailing how the settings would change when iOS users connect to VPN networks,...
Apple changes its mind on iOS VPN changes following VirnetX verdict

Apple blacklists older versions of Flash plug-in due to security risk

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Just as it did with some versions of Java, Apple has now blocked older versions of Adobe's Flash plug-in to protect Mac users from security risks. In a new support document posted to its website on Friday, Apple explained that it has already updated its plug-in blocking tool built...
Apple blacklists older versions of Flash plug-in due to security risk

Apple Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Screen Ghosting on Retina MacBook Pros

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Law360 reports (via 9to5Mac) that a Retina MacBook Pro owner has launched a would-be class action lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the widely reported ghosting issues are the result of defective LG screens and that Apple has been "tricking" customers into buying these by not distinguishing them from models sold...
Apple Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Screen Ghosting on Retina MacBook Pros
Galaxy Note support document listings surface on T-Mobile's site
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