Online security is on the minds of all internet users right now in the wake of Heartbleed, so there's no better time than the present to unleash one of the biggest updates yet for the iOS version of user favorite 1Password.
The folks at AgileBits are popping the cork on any number of champagne bottles this morning as the biggest version of its 1Password for Mac application finally shifts out of beta and onto the hard drives of users everywhere.
Now that Apple has made it clear that felines are on their way out with OS X Mavericks, the company showed off big improvements to the speed and performance of the next-generation Safari web browser that comes along with it.
Yeah, she's a beauty, but that price tag sure gives us pause. Google introduced its latest attempt to deflate the MacBook Air on Thursday, and the Chromebook Pixel is now on sale for anyone with $1299 burning a hole in their pocket. We figure Chrome OS still isn't mature enough to drop that kind of dough on, especially when a similarly-spec'ed MacBook Air can be had for less, but read on to find out more...
You only need look at the sad tale of Wired journalist Mat Honan to understand why doubling down on the security of your web identity is so important. Cloud storage is no exception, and Dropbox is seeking to keep data more secure with two-factor authentication.
Hey readers: Did anyone notice something different while tinkering with their iTunes Account today? Why do we ask? Well, we were puttering around with the credit card information associated with an iTunes account here at the office today. Upon saving those updated credentials, we noticed that Apple had sent us an email informing us that our account information had changed.