Tag: iOS

Apple’s Corellium lawsuit is a direct attack on iOS emulation

If you’ve been following Apple for a while, you probably already know that the company doesn’t like emulators — at least, most of them. Years ago, it shut down efforts to replicate the iPod’s interface on computers, and apart from AirPlay screen mirroring, there hasn’t been a way to bring the iPhone’s or iPad’s full […]

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iOS 13 beta images point to Apple media event on September 10

Rumors and informed speculation have pointed to the likely timing of Apple’s next media event, and the latest piece of evidence — images found by iHelpBR in today’s seventh beta release of iOS 13 — appears to confirm the date: September 10, 2019. Labeled “hold for release,” the separate images show an iPad screen and […]

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Super League Gaming and Tencent will start PUBG Mobile amateur esports

Super League Gaming and Chinese game giant Tencent have partnered to create amateur local esports competitons for the popular PUBG Mobile game. Santa Monica, California-based Super League Gaming focuses on local esports, like staging Minecraft competitions in movie theaters during the daytime. Now it will work with Tencent to bring PUBG Mobile content and experiences […]

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Ditto lets Apple TV mirror 4 Android, Chrome, or Windows screens at once

Apple’s AirPlay technology has long enabled Apple TV users to wirelessly mirror the screen of one iOS or macOS device at a time, but non-Apple devices and multi-screen mirroring were another story. Third-party developer Squirrel today announced a new version of its Ditto Receiver app that adds both capabilities to the Apple TV, including support […]

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Apple adds Macs, Watches, and Apple TVs to $1 million bug bounty program

Roughly three years ago, Apple began paying security researchers for discoveries of unknown vulnerabilities in iOS, and today, it’s responding to long-standing requests by adding macOS, watchOS, and tvOS devices to the list. Additionally, the company is now offering a maximum reward of $1 million for the most serious security issues, providing researchers with even […]

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How To Turn On Smart Downloads For Netflix

Earlier this year, Netflix debuted a new feature for its mobile apps called Smart Downloads. If you’re not sure what this feature is about, basically it means that if you’re following any particular series on your smartphone, enabling the feature will let Netflix automatically download the next episode and delete the previous one. Advertising By […]

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OpenTable expands into food deliveries with Caviar, Grubhub, and Uber Eats

OpenTable can juggle more than reservations as of today. The platform this morning announced that it’s partnered with three leading delivery services — Caviar, Grubhub, and Uber Eats — to extend pickup and takeout options from thousands of restaurants to diners across the U.S. The new integrations coincide with the launch of OpenTable’s redesigned mobile […]

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New Malware Discovered, Can Steal Data From Both iOS And iCloud Accounts

Law enforcement agencies have been trying to find a way to get into Apple’s products, such as their iOS devices and iCloud. This is because they believe that some suspects could be hiding evidence on their devices, but unfortunately due to the way Apple has created their products, it is rather difficult for law enforcement […]

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5 years later, Flappy Bird is still the best mobile game

Flappy Bird was great. Unfortunately, I must use the past tense when speaking about it because the game’s creator removed it from the mobile app stores years ago. Thankfully, the concept lives on in plenty of clones. And now Flappy Bird has reached its logical conclusion: a battle royale game. Flappy Royale debuted last month […]

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