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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iCloud’

Gabrielle Union Pens Emotionally Raw Open Letter Fighting Against Nude Photo Leak

Gabrielle Union is still reeling after nude photos of the Being Mary Jane actress were stolen from the iCloud and leaked through social media in September. Union is so upset over the incident that she penned an open letter to Cosmopolitan magazine, in which she compares the experience to being raped. Union was very frank in her letter and described …

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Find My iPhone Saves Crash Victim’s Life

The “Find My iPhone” feature built into Apple devices is very handy for locating misplaced phones and iPads. It can be used to find the device by GPS, to send an audible tone to the device even if it is on silent, and even to erase the device remotely if it has been stolen. All you need to do is …

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Eva Longoria Apple Breach: Will Apple Fix Issues?

Eva Longoria didn’t have any nude photos of her leaked onto the internet from last weekend’s iCloud breach, but she did have an incident of her own. She claims that an Apple employee from San Antonio emailed her personally, retrieving her information from private records. “I’ve had a lot of problems of people breaking into my email,” Eva Longoria said …

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ICloud Hack Photos: FBI Joins the Investigation Into Nude Photos Posted of Celebrities

The FBI has joined the investigation into personal photos of A-list celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton that were reportedly hacked from the iCloud last week and posted online. ABC news is reporting that the FBI said it is “aware” of the hacking and is “addressing the matter.” The nude photos were posted on an image sharing site called …

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Jennifer Lawrence Nude Photos Leaked by Hackers

It is the hottest leak since Bradley Manning got busted. An anonymous hacker claims to have hacked iCloud accounts for a number of celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and several other stars. The hacker clims he has nude photos from these iCloud accounts, and is starting to leak them online. While some …

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Apple Updates Its iLife Apps On Mac OS X And iOS

Apple showed off MacBook Pro, Mac Pro and Mavericks today, but hardware is only as good as its software. To help along with that, Apple also updated its iLife apps for Mac OS X Mavericks and iOS. The big change to apps this year is that they all support the 64-bit architecture seen in the iPhone 5S. This allows Apple’s …

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Apple Announces iWork For iCloud, Its Answer To Google Docs

At its Worldwide Developers Conference today, Apple announced its answer to Google Docs, iWork for iCloud. This is a browser-based version of Apple’s productivity suite, iWork, which works on a Mac or a PC. Pretty straight forward. It’s iWork, but cloud-based. It works for Pages, Numbers and Keynote. It also works on non-Apple browsers, and on Windows. Public beta will …

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iCloud Helps Kentucky Woman Get Her Stolen iPhone Back

Chalk up another success for Apple’s iCloud. A Louisville woman was able to help police track down a man who allegedly stole her iPhone thanks to Apple’s service. A 56-year-old man named Granville A. Cobble was reportedly arrested, and charged with theft by unlawful taking. According to Louisville’s Courier Journal, the woman tracked the phone to a repair store in …

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iCloud Web Portal Getting Notes, Reminders, Find My iPhone Upgrades

You may recall that back in May Apple briefly put up a new beta version of the iCloud website. This beta version hinted at some of the features that would be coming to iCloud with the launch of iOS 6 later this year, including web apps for Notes and Reminders. The iCloud beta page appeared to have been made live …

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iWork.com Shuts Down on July 31, Time To Clear Out

It seems that now is not a good time to be using one of Apple’s older cloud services. This morning we brought you news that Apple had, as promised, pulled the plug on MobileMe over the weekend, giving users one last chance to clear their data out or lose it forever. Now Apple’s other cloud service – the iWork.com beta …

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MobileMe Is Dead; Long Live iCloud

We’ve been telling you for awhile now that Apple was making preparations for the final shutdown of MobileMe, the cloud service that preceded iCloud. When Apple first announced iCloud at last year’s WWDC keynote, they said that the older (and formerly paid) MobileMe service would be going offline on June 30th. On Saturday, right on schedule, Apple officially pulled the …

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iOS 6: What’s New In The New Beta

Yesterday we told you that Apple had released the second beta version of iOS 6 to developers. At the time little was known about the update, since Apple didn’t include a changelog with the new release. In the 20 hours since then, though, iOS developers have gotten the chance to explore the update and see what’s new. According to 9to5Mac, …

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