iOS 11 makes it harder for someone else to get data off your phone – The Verge

iOS 11 makes it harder for someone else to get data off your phone - The Verge

iOS 11 makes it harder for someone else to get data off your phone – The Verge

If someone takes your iPhone, can they get your data too?For years, Apple has been working to make sure the answer is no. The iPhone’s local storage drive has strong encryption, and without a passcode or a fingerprint, there’s no way to get past the lockscreen. If the phone powers down or goes 48 hours without a login, it locks down even further, requiring a passcode to restart. It’s a huge problem for phone thieves — and, as the San Bernardino case demonstrated, makes life difficult for law enforcement too. It’s still possible to get cloud data held on Apple servers, and any data controlled by an app is another story — but if it’s stored locally on your phone, it’s tough to get without your permission.

Källa: iOS 11 makes it harder for someone else to get data off your phone – The Verge

Internal Apple presentation on how to handle leaks gets leaked – The Verge

Internal Apple presentation on how to handle leaks gets leaked - The Verge

Internal Apple presentation on how to handle leaks gets leaked – The Verge

The Outline recently obtained an hour-long audio recording from an internal briefing at Apple titled “Stopping Leakers – Keeping Confidential at Apple.” The presentation, held for about 100 people, was led by three members of Apple’s Global Security division: director of global security David Rice, director of worldwide investigations Lee Freedman, and Jenny Hubbert, from the Global Security communications and training team.As detailed by The Outline, the audio describes the lengths Apple goes to in order to keep information about new products out of the hands of leakers, competitors, and the press. The Global Security team tasked with this includes previous members from the NSA, the US military, the FBI, and the US Secret Service.

Källa: Internal Apple presentation on how to handle leaks gets leaked – The Verge

Google challenges record EU antitrust fine in court

Google challenges record EU antitrust fine in court

Google challenges record EU antitrust fine in court

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Google (GOOGL.O) appealed on Monday against a record 2.4-billion-euro ($2.9 billion) EU antitrust fine, with its chances of success boosted by Intel’s (INTC.O) partial victory last week against another EU sanction.The world’s most popular Internet search engine, a unit of the U.S. firm Alphabet, launched its appeal two months after it was fined by the European Commission for abusing its dominance in Europe by giving prominent placement in searches to its comparison shopping service and demoting rival offerings.The Luxembourg-based General Court, Europe’s second-highest, is expected to take several years before ruling on the appeal.A court spokeswoman said Google had not asked for an interim order to suspend the European Union decision.

Källa: Google challenges record EU antitrust fine in court

Scotland

Scotland

Scotland

 

This is a short film showing the incredible light and landscape of some of the Scottish mountains and lochs.

Driving around Scotland in a van is an experience that surpassed expectations, even though they were high to begin with.
The reason for the trip was a location recce for an upcoming short film project, it’s safe to say we found some stunning locations.
We had only 6 days. It just wasn’t enough. There is so much to see and I just wanted to stop and take it all in.

For photos from the trip: instagram.com/i.am.stocker/

Camera: A7sii, Phantom 4 Pro+
Lenses: Canon 24-70mm 2.8 – Canon 70-200mm 2.8 II
Cut and graded in Premier Pro using FilmConvert

Shot and cut by: Adam Stocker
Music: Ben Winwood – Reunion. From ArtList.io

 

iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone | Technology | The Guardian

iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone | Technology | The Guardian

The iPhone X is expected to be announced on Tuesday – but the company’s usual code of secrecy has broken down, meaning we already know a lot about the device. With its junking of the home button it represents the biggest change to the design of Apple’s pivotal smartphone in years.A leak of the final version of Apple’s upcoming software for iPhones and iPads, iOS 11, occurred over the weekend, revealing that the crucial new smartphone will be called the iPhone X, and will probably launch alongside two new versions of Apple’s current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, renamed the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Källa: iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone | Technology | The Guardian

Missa inte Mackens nya fråga om Apple Watch!