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Requiem for the iPod – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 239

Apple has discontinued the last iPod, the iPod touch. We discuss some of the history of the iPod, and look at 17 reasons who you should use an iPod touch. We also look at the new FIDO initiative, which allows your phone to replace passwords, and we discuss AirTag false alarms. AirTags are sending a new kind of false alarm, report saysGoogle lines up with App
Publish At:2022-05-12 08:39 | Read:629 | Comments:0 | Tags:Intego Mac Security Podcast Intego Mac Podcast iPod

17 Reasons Why You Should Use an iPod touch in 2022

With a wide range of iPhone and iPad models to choose from, why would you use an iPod touch today? Apple isn’t trying to sell it; they have hidden the device. You won’t find the iPod touch on any of its main pages; you have to search for it if you want one. When you get there, you see that you can have "Fun at full speed." This is the slogan Appl
Publish At:2022-05-02 12:26 | Read:1536 | Comments:0 | Tags:Apple Recommended iPod iPod Touch

The iPod at 20 – How the Portable Music Player Laid the Foundation for Today’s Apple

In 2001, Apple was just getting out of the rut it had been in for many years. Steve Jobs’ return in 1997 led to the iMac, released the following year, that changed the way people looked at personal computers. When the 1999 iMac came in "5 flavors," computers could be fun. Financially, the company was starting to come back from a fallow peri
Publish At:2021-10-21 13:48 | Read:3215 | Comments:0 | Tags:Apple iPod iTunes

Crooks use iPods to steal card at ATM machines

British Law enforcement has published a collection of pictures showing the use of pinhole cameras and iPods to steal card details at ATM machines. Law enforcement has shared a collection of images showing a last trend in the criminal underground, the use of pinhole cameras and iPods to steal card details at ATM machines. These
Publish At:2015-05-13 04:35 | Read:5639 | Comments:0 | Tags:Breaking News Cyber Crime ATM banking Barclays UK Cybercrime

iOS 7_1 exploit for CVE-2014-4377 critical flaw publicly available

Users which haven’t upgraded their systems to the Apple iOS 8 could be victims of a new iOS 7.1 exploit targeting the CVE-2014-4377 vulnerability. Security experts at Binamuse firm have discovered the availability online of the exploit kit which targets the vulnerability coded CVE-2014-4377, a memory corruption issue in iOS’s
Publish At:2014-09-23 07:40 | Read:6480 | Comments:0 | Tags:Hacking Mobile Apple AppleTV CVE-2014-4377 iOS8 iPad iPod Pi


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