Apple takes security very seriously. iOS and OS X never incorporated the vulnerable software and key web-based services were not affected.
Good to know.
Not my words…they’re the sub-healine of the article.
I’ve been thinking about writing about this abrubt and sudden shift im Mueller’s reporting too, but I’m glad someone esle did.
Anyhow, I have noticed the same thing, and I’m not sure what’s going on because up until recently Mueller seemed to be more level-headed. His recent articles almost reak of one-sided reporting.
Considering that he has trumpeted Apple’s victories in the past, and also pretty much all Android OEM’s losses it just seems weird.
I’m very interested to see if something else surfaces on this in the (near) future…
Apple’s aggressive pursuit of its commitment to power the iCloud with 100% renewable energy has given the company the inside track among the IT sector’s leaders in building a green Internet,
Apple has made good on its pledge by building the largest privately owned solar farms at its North Carolina data center, working with its utility in Nevada to power its upcoming data center there with solar and geothermal energy, and purchasing wind energy for its Oregon and California data centers.
Microsoft Office is now available for the iPad. It’s a free download from the App Store, which let’s you read Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents on your iPad.
To unlock the editing and creation portions you need a subscription to Office 365 at at least USD 99 / year – yes, Apple get’s 30% of that.
From what I have read so far, people seem to like it, but I have to wonder if the long holdout time has made people realize that they really don’t need Office.
Time will tell.