Who really owns our devices and the software they run? In this interview with John Sullivan, Executive Director of the Free Software Foundation, which sponsors the GNU project, hear his refreshing thoughts on the subject.
Apple ha deciso di rendere inviolabili iPhone e iPad con iOS8. Senza password gli inquirenti non potranno sbloccare i terminali e procedere con eventuali
You probably know your phone can pinpoint your location for GPS, local search, or the weather. Hopefully, you also know that means your phone keeps track of everywhere you go, all the time. Don't be alarmed-it's the trade you make for the features you get. If it makes you uncomfortable, here's how to opt-out.
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In mobile, particularly in consumer markets, there has been an ongoing debate about when or if Android will become the first platform that sophisticated startups develop for. Often times, this argument is wrongly centered around vanity metrics for Android such as worldwide shipments or installed base of each platform.
Ubuntu, Tizen, and Firefox OS are all around the next bend, but with more-established platforms struggling, can the market support the noobs?
Battle Dungeon, un titolo con visuale isometrica e componenti RPG, è stato ritirato dall'App Store di Apple a causa del fenomeno pirateria. Secondo gli sviluppatori il 90% delle registrazioni ai loro server è illegale.
Over the past couple of years, we have written often about a major long-term risk for Apple, which is the gradual loss of mobile market share to the Android platform.
Cast your minds back - if you can - to the days when the web was a jumble of random pages. 'Web surfing' consisted, quite literally, of somehow finding a website and then clicking through links to other sites as the mood took you. Yes, really. That really was all you could do. Eventually Yahoo! cam