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Entries in News (34)


BusyReader app keeps iOS and Android users informed of news

APP Studio Technology just released BusyReader 1.30, their newsreader app developed for iOS and Android devices. BusyReader was designed exclusively to make it easier for anyone to keep up with the latest news topics that are important to them.

Users can choose one or more categories; Decide the number of top news stories to be covered and select the time frame, the next 24 hours or several days, set the app and it will do the rest. BusyReader is lightweight and quick to setup, with no complicated operations and no log-ins. It only takes one tap to change the number of top news stories to display, and one tap to change the time frame.

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BlackBerry Classic coming to US Mobile

With online orders of the new BlackBerry Classic slated to start shipping on January 7, anyone ln the US looking for the new handset has limited options in terms of carriers. US Mobile customers can now purchase the latest smart phone outright from BlackBerry for $499. Anyone interested in the US Mobile variant should check it out here.


Ford SYNC AppLink and Life360 Introduce features to keep drivers focused and connected

Modern families want to stay connected to each other and to friends, even when they’re on the go and miles apart. Ford Motor Company and Life360 want to help.

“We are thrilled to be working with Ford to take on such an important issue and help reduce texting and driving”

Ford will be the first automaker to offer in-car use of the popular family locator app Life360 with Drive Mode – a new capability that helps drivers stay focused on the road by alerting their family and friends not to text when they are driving.

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BlackBerry launching secure productivity bundle with Blend, BBM and VPN authentication

The other big announcement at the BlackBerry Classic event today was the launch of a secure productivity bundle for users. The subscription based bundle works for individual users within enterprises and gives them secure versions of BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), the new BlackBerry Blend for enterprise as well as VPN Authentication for a variety of devices. Pricing for Canada has yet to be confirmed.


Apple said to be investigating celebrity photo theft connection to iCloud

News broke earlier today of stolen private celebrity photos that were hacked from their various personal accounts and then leaked to newsgroups.

According to various reports, private photos including nudes taken from actresses and models were stolen in a massive security breach encompassing various private online accounts. The hackers then placed the photos up on newsgroup 4Chan, possibly to bait buyers to pay for the stolen and potentially scandalous private photos.

It was insinuated that the breach involved various online services including Apple's iCloud, which synchronizes and backup files from user's mobile devices and desktops.  An Apple spokesperson said today that the company is actively investigating if there was indeed a breach to its user's accounts. "We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report." The FBI is also on the case, tracking how this breach of personal privacy took place and affected dozens of celebrities.

Hacking celebrity accounts, whether on online services or on celfones is nothing new. Various starlets and actors have been victim to getting their personal information and photos stolen. More salacious material such as sexy or nude selfies are often the target of these security breaches. Stay tuned for more developments in this story.

Source: AppleInsider