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Apple job listing teases further ventures into the world of Android

With Apple already set to release Apple Music for Android this fall, the company might look to release more of its apps for Google's mobile platform, if a recent job listing is anything to go by.


Masque Attack News: Researchers find new risk in iOS ‘Masque Attack’ bug

Researchers found a new flaw in iOS called "Masque Attack," which allows hackers to access personal data by replacing real apps with fake versions that use the same name. The flaw affects devices with iOS 7 and iOS 8 onboard.


Moodnotes will track your feelings and help you manage your mental health

We all have stress and anxiety, but dealing with them is never easy. A new iOS app called Moodnotes will help you better identify your feelings to promote a greater sense of well-being. It's available now through the App Store


Apple Music surpasses 11 million members, but faces challenges

Apple Music has accumulated more than 11 million members in the weeks since its debut, Apple exec Eddie Cue revealed. That's impressive growth, but far short of the company's long-term goal.


AT&T and Google want access to the secret docs in Apple’s iMessage suit

A suit against Apple and its iMessage service has been ongoing, but a new twist has developed. Both AT&T and Google filed motions that give them access to secret documents, which could result in more litigation.


The iPhone loses market share in U.S. thanks to Android, but fares better in Europe

Analytics firm ComTech reports that Android made gains the expense of Apple's iPhone in the U.S. in Q2, but performed poorly in Europe. Google's mobile OS still dominates in China, however.

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Sharing photos with everyone at an event just got much easier, thanks to the Slide app

Want everyone in the room to see the picture you just took? Slide lets you share images with strangers via Bluetooth. There are no contacts in the app. You can just push photos to anyone you want who is within 200 feet of you.


See how happy some people are when they use Android, but think it’s iOS 9

It's one of the great modern debates: Which is better, iOS or Android? If this funny video is anything to go by, nobody can really tell the difference. But when told Android is iOS 9, they really like it.


Teen labeled a sex offender after hooking up with a girl who lied in a dating app

Lying about your age on a dating app can have serious consequences. Zachery Anderson, a 19-year-old man, is now a registered sex offender for having sex with a girl he hooked up with through a dating app.


The future is here: Women can finally charge their iPhones in their jeans

Joe's Jeans created a pair of skinny jeans that have special pockets for an external battery pack and an iPhone. That way, you can charge your phone with your jeans -- even while you wear them.


Apple says it won’t launch its own MVNO phone service to take on Google’s Project Fi

Apple may have plans for its own MVNO phone service that will work on most networks in the U.S. and Europe. Sources say Apple may not reveal the service for another five years, though.


The latest OS X El Capitan beta hints at 21.5-inch, 4K iMac

While Apple has remained silent about new iMacs, OS X El Capitan beta builds continue to point to an upcoming 4K iMac, plus possible new performance options for the 5K iMac.


So much for the unhackable Mac: Root exploit hits the wild with no fix in sight

Some might have you believe that Macs can't get viruses, but the newest root exploit was spotted by researchers being used to install several malicious apps.