Sep 3, 2014

PCmag: No iCloud Breach in Celeb Photo Hack




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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

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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.

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Gamers Sign Open Letter Against Online Harassment
Andreas Zecher from Spaces of Play called on the gaming community to report threats or harassing speech.

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Report: Microsoft Refuses to Hand Over Emails Stored Abroad
"Microsoft will not be turning over the email and plans to appeal," the company said.

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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."

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Apple Details Why Your App Was Rejected
Reasons for rejection range from crashes and bugs to not enough lasting value, according to Apple

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Recommend Netflix Favorites to Facebook Friends
The new social recommendation feature makes it easy to privately suggest shows, movies, and documentaries.

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Mac Antivirus Test Reveals Winners, Losers
AV-Test Institute evaluated 18 antivirus products for Mac, with results ranging from perfect to dismal.

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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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