Malware peddlers are taking advantage of the fact that the next version of Apple's popular iPhone is due to be released soon by targeting users with specially crafted spam emails: The emails supposedly contains details about and images of the "iPhone5 battery" in an attached .doc file.
A flaw in the popular Instagram app that allows potential snoopers to add themselves as friends of any Instagram user and, consequently, to access his or hers private information and photos has been discovered by researcher Sebastian Guerrero.
Columbitech announced the availability of the enterprise-grade mVPN Secure Browser 5.0, which supports the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
GraphOn announced its GO-Global iOS client. Available immediately as a free downloadable app from the App Store, the new client is used in conjunction with GraphOn’s GO-Global Windows Host solution to deliver Windows applications to Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch users.
MokaFive, whose software is driving the use and acceptance of Macs in the enterprise, is now doing the same for the iPad and iPhone.
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