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Following yesterday’s report that the official iOS Starbucks app was storing users’ credentials, passwords and GPS location in plain text — a big security no-no — the Seattle coffee maker has quickly pushed an update that seemingly resolves the issue.… Read more ›     

While Touch ID saves you the pain of writing in a passcode to unlock your iPhone, until now Mac users haven’t been afforded the same ease of use. A new jailbreak feature is looking to change that, however, since it… Read more ›     

Apple has been accused of censorship in the past when it has been a little heavy-handed (to say the least) about banning content in the App Store. With that being said, few were upset to hear that Plastic Surgery for… Read more ›     

Smartphone crime has become an epidemic. Especially in places like New York City where the crime rate went up for first time in twenty years thanks to thieves mugging people for their iPhones. As a response to the iPhone crimewave,… Read more ›     

Today Skype updated its iPhone and iPad apps with two-way HD video calling. The enhanced resolution is only available on the iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and Retina iPad mini. Chatting over text has gotten much better with today’s release. Skype… Read more ›     

According to Tim Cook there is good reason to feel excited about the possibilities offered by Apple’s deal with China Mobile. Cook — who is currently in Beijing ahead of the iPhone going on sale on the China Mobile network… Read more ›     

I’m a great example of why backup iPhone batteries don’t really work. I have a stack of the things in all shapes and sizes, and yet where are they when I need them? At home in a gray felt cat… Read more ›     

Wow, this is a surprise. StoryBuilder is a new browser-based web app from… Amazon. It’s a pretty great corkboard app for screenwriters to plan their screenplays, and because it’s browser based you can use it anywhere, on your Mac, iPad… Read more ›     

A group of 64,000 Silicon Valley workers have won the right to pursue a lawsuit against a number of tech companies — including Apple — accused of an “overarching conspiracy†to keep employee pay low through anti-poaching agreements. The 9th… Read more ›     

I love wireless gadgets, but sometimes they’re more trouble than they’re worth. For instance, I’m forever getting dropped connections on my AirPlay speakers, making them more annoying to use than wired speakers, despite the promised convenience. And wireless earbuds seem… Read more ›