Lenovo to stop selling small Windows-based tablets in U.S., cites lack of demand

Lenovo to stop selling small Windows-based tablets in U.S., cites lack of demand

Windows 8 is still relatively new, and with its focus on touch screens many see tablets as its main reason for existing. Unfortunately for Lenovo, it looks like small tablets running Microsoft’s operating system aren’t working out too well for them in the United States.

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Apple launches iPhone and iPad trade-in programs in Australia

Apple launches iPhone and iPad trade-in programs in Australia

Trading in older Apple-branded products, to knock off the full price of a new gadget you’ve been wanting, is certainly quite the lucrative market. Apple has just allowed another region to start trading in their old equipment to get new gadgets.

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iOS 7 adoption approaches 90 percent ahead of WWDC

iOS 7 adoption approaches 90 percent ahead of WWDC

Apple is kicking off its Worldwide developers conference on Monday, with the unveiling of iOS 8 expected to be a major highlight of tomorrow’s keynote event. Ahead of these changes to iOS, adoption of the current version of iOS continues to grow, with almost 90 percent of iPhone and iPad owners running iOS 7, claims Chitika in a recent report.

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Apple iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini now available with education pricing

Apple iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini now available with education pricing

Schools can now get the iPad Air and the Retina iPad Mini with a sizable discount courtesy of a price reduction made by Apple. The iPad Air will now start from $469 while the iPad Mini with Retina Display will cost $379.

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Australian Mac and iOS users are reporting their devices have been remotely locked by Hackers for ransom

Australian Mac and iOS users are reporting their devices have been remotely locked by Hackers for ransom

A number of iOS and Mac users in Australia are reporting on Apple Support Communities and Twitter that their iPhones, iPads and Macs are being locked remotely by hackers, and are demanding a ransom to get access to their devices again.

Hackers seem to be using Find my iPhone to remotely lock the device. 

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Here’s why you should never buy a counterfeit iPad charger

Here’s why you should never buy a counterfeit iPad charger

There are plenty of iPad charger lookalikes in the market. It’s hard to tell these apart from the real deal, but they come with an entirely different assembly inside. A teardown by engineer Ken Shirriff has revealed why customers should be wary of these counterfeit Apple chargers.

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Samsung was Apple’s top iPad display supplier in Q1 2014

Samsung was Apple’s top iPad display supplier in Q1 2014

Apple may be fighting a bitter battle with Samsung in the courtrooms, but the Korean company still remains one of its key suppliers. A new research from DisplaySearch claims that Samsung Display has shipped out over 62% of the displays needed for the 9.7 inch Apple iPads in the first quarter of 2014.

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Apple’s iPad emerges at the top again in J.D. Power’s tablet satisfaction ratings

Apple’s iPad emerges at the top again in J.D. Power’s tablet satisfaction ratings

Although Apple’s seeing sales of the iPad decline year over year, it continues to enjoys the top position when it comes to tablet satisfaction, according to a new J.D. Power survey.

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Apple working on a fix for unencrypted email attachments in iOS 7

Apple working on a fix for unencrypted email attachments in iOS 7

NESO Security Labs researcher Andreas Kurtz recently reported on a security flaw in iOS 7 that resulted in email attachments being stored without encryption, despite Apple’s claims that it does encrypt this data. According to a follow-up report by iMore, Apple is aware of this encryption issue and is working on a fix.

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Security Researcher claims iOS 7 doesn’t encrypt email attachments

Security Researcher claims iOS 7 doesn’t encrypt email attachments

Andreas Kurtz of NESO Security Labs claims that the email attachments are not being encrypted in iOS 7, according to a report on ZDNet.

Kurtz, a security researcher has previously identified security issues in Apple’s mobile operating system, which was fixed in iOS 7.

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