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Apple’s “Find My Friends” Location Based Social Networking

Posted in Apps,News by Staff on September 3, 2011
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We have reported you about the Apple’s new project of social networking based on locations similar to Google’s Latitude, named “Find My Friend”? Originally it was appeared in the iOS 4.3 SDK, where we got some references to the future social network app based on iOS device user location. But on that time we had not much information about the app, more than a thought, but now according to the folks , who reported that they have found some new references of Apple’s “Find My Friend” in the new iOS 5 developer betas, and service working strings appeared in the coding of Apple’s MobileMe website, which lend us to take this service as a part of Apple’s MobileMe/iCloud.


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All Apple Firmwares (iPod, iPhone and iPad Firmware Download)

Posted in Firmware,News by Staff on June 29, 2011
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Apple Firmwares:
Note 1: When you download the required firmware below, you can shift-click (on PC) or option-click (on Mac) the Restore or Update Buttons in iTunes.
Note 2: Your browser may change the ipsw-file into a zip-file. In that case, just rename it to end in .ipsw and iTunes will accept it.

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Apple Kicks Out The Java Updates For Mac OS X 10.6 and OS X Leopard!!!

Posted in News by Staff on June 29, 2011
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Few minutes ago, Apple has just released the Java updates for its OS X Snow Leopard and and Mac OS X 10.6.5, Apple releases the two separate updates for both OS’s. According to the log file, both updates seem to improve the compatibility, security and reliability alongside other Java SE 6-related updates. (more…)

What Is More Secure, iOS Or Android? – Symantec REPORT!!

Posted in News by Staff on June 29, 2011
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Today the Symantec geeks released the Press Release regarding the security of iOS and Android.. They claim that both of these OS’s holders are much safe than today’s desktop OS’s. Carey Nachenberg, Symantec Fellow and Chief Architect said

“Today’s mobile devices are a mixed bag when it comes to security, While more secure than traditional PCs, these platforms are still vulnerable to many traditional attacks. Moreover, enterprise employees are increasingly using unmanaged, personal devices to access sensitive enterprise resources, and then connecting these devices to 3rd-party services outside of the governance of the enterprise, potentially exposing key assets to attackers.”

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