Sep 3, 2014
PCmag: No iCloud Breach in Celeb Photo Hack
Subject: Apple: No iCloud Breach in Celeb Photo Hack; Gamers Fight Online Harassment; Microsoft Refuses to Hand Over Emails to Feds
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2014 05:00:00 -0700
PC Magazine Daily News
September 3, 2014
Apple: No iCloud, Find My iPhone Breach in Celeb Photo Hack
Apple said that the hack of celebrity photos did not include a breach of iCloud or Find My iPhone.
Gamers Sign Open Letter Against Online Harassment
Andreas Zecher from Spaces of Play called on the gaming community to report threats or harassing speech.
Report: Microsoft Refuses to Hand Over Emails Stored Abroad
"Microsoft will not be turning over the email and plans to appeal," the company said.
Microsoft China Accidentally Teases Windows 9
Microsoft China leaked an image of the Windows 9 logo with a note that the next-gen OS is "coming soon."
Apple Details Why Your App Was Rejected
Reasons for rejection range from crashes and bugs to not enough lasting value, according to Apple
Recommend Netflix Favorites to Facebook Friends
The new social recommendation feature makes it easy to privately suggest shows, movies, and documentaries.
Mac Antivirus Test Reveals Winners, Losers
AV-Test Institute evaluated 18 antivirus products for Mac, with results ranging from perfect to dismal.
Drone Captures Apple Spaceship Campus Construction
A YouTube user published an 8.5-minute video, which offers a bird's-eye-view of the new Cupertino grounds.
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