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New iPhone Production Hampered by OLED Screen Issues: Report

Problems incorporating fingerprint sensors with the OLED displays mean that supplies of the handsets may run short for the holidays.

VMware Fortifies Workspace ONE with Unified Controls

The new additions, which extend to Apple Watch, are designed to help enterprises connect previously siloed data stores, cloud services and mobile management platforms.
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Apple Schedules Sept. 12 Event to Introduce 10th Anniversary iPhones

News reports say Apple has set Sept. 12 as the date for to introduce its latest iPhone models and updated Apple smartwatches.

Facebook Launches Social Network Assault on TV with Watch

NEWS ANALYSIS: The world's largest social network, which has been envious of YouTube, Netflix, Vimeo and other video providers for years, has set the table for its own online television network.
Daily Tech Briefing - Aug. 7, 2017

iPhone, iPad Sales Help Apple Bounce Back With Solid Third Quarter VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Apple bounces back with a solid quarter, hints at an iPhone 8 launch; Google tracks ransomware payments at scale with machine learning; Google releases an API for offline peer-to-peer Android communications; and there's more.

Apple Bounces Back with Solid Quarter, Hints at iPhone 8 Launch

Company sold 41 million iPhones in the quarter, but iPads were newsier; Apple shipped a whopping 11.4 million tablets, its biggest non-holiday quarter for the tablet in more than two years.

LoopUp Adds Single Sign-On to Premium Remote Meetings

Conference call provider streamlines user administration and sign-in, boosts security in its latest version.
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Details of Apple iCloud Keychain Flaw Emerge at Black Hat VIDEO

VIDEO: Alex Radocea, founder of Longterm Security, explains how he was able to intercept Apple iCloud Keychain with a vulnerability that could have exposed users to risk.

Foxconn to Invest $10 Billion in New Wisconsin Manufacturing Plant

Foxconn, which makes Apple's iPhone and other products in China, won't make connected devices, at least at first. It will make flat-screen displays.

Adobe Phasing Out Flash Player, Will End Support in 2020

Adobe said it made this decision--which has been expected for a few years--in collaboration with several of its technology partners, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.

Apple Updates IOS and macOS Security Ahead of Black Hat

Among the updates issued by Apple this month is one for the Broadpwn bug that was already patched by Google in the July Android update.
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Samsung Galaxy Prices Will Prevent Apple From Selling $1,200 iPhones

NEWS ANALYSIS: A blogger's prediction that Apple plans to price the new iPhone 8 at nearly double the base price of current iPhones would place the new devices out of reach of most customers.

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