Apple Ordered To Pay $23.6 million For Violating Six Patents

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Apple’s lawsuit grief doesn’t seem to end. Just last week it was announced that Apple will have to face a federal lawsuit after being accused by users of preventing them from receiving text messages when they switched from iPhone to an Android device. Now, a report from Bloomberg confirms that Apple has been ordered to pay $23.6 million for patent infringement. Read More

Snapcash — Snapchat’s New Payment System

snapcashSeamless payment is in vogue, being made ever more popular with Apple Pay. Almost every day now more and more stores and banks are signing up to support Apple Pay, Apple’s NFC-based touchless payment service. Not one to stay behind the latest fad, Snapchat has come up with a brilliant new update which allows its users to transfer money to one another through the self-deleting messaging service. Read More

Top 5 Yosemite Features

yosemiteWith Yosemite Apple has introduced a lot of new features, most of which have proven to be exciting and helpful. This article outlines the five favorite features of TheAppleGoogle team. Some of these were announced by Apple during WWDC, while others are hidden away. Read More

FTC Questions Apple on Health Data

FTCEver since the release of iOS 8 Apple has only faced difficulty with its Health App. If the boring icon was not bad enough, Apple faced bugs in HealthKit even before the release of the latest version of the iOS and had to pull compatible third-party apps. The latest problem to come Apple’s way is in the form of FTC questioning it regarding Health Data privacy, reports Reuters. Read More

Let’s Play with DingDong For Android — A Musical Game For Kids (Review)

dingdongWhy not find a fun and easy way to educate and entertain your children at the same time? Let’s Play with DingDong, the new musical education app from Lidee Inc. does just that. Keep your children entertained while they learn 33 instruments, as well as how to read music, scales, and recognize musical terminology. Read More

Apple’s Advice On How To Avoid Masque Attack

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In just the last week two forms of vulnerabilities have been highlighted in iOS devices through Wirelurker and Masque Attack. The former is a malware capable of attacking iOS devices through a USB cable, while the latter, as the name suggests, can mask iOS Apps with malicious ones. These are quite serious vulnerabilities and yesterday the US government issued a warning to iOS users. Read More

DU Speed Booster — All-in-one Android Enhancer

du speed boosterAndroid phones are renowned and bragged about by their users for their freedom of programming and options allowed to users. But, as they say, with freedom comes responsibility. Android phones are susceptible to slow, lagging operating system and multifunction issues. This is where DU Speed Booster, by DU apps comes in handy.  This all inclusive Android optimization App will provide you with the ability to increase speed, save battery life, clean caches and improve the overall function of your mobile device. Read More