It’s not iOS 7′s radical new design that’s causing the most issues for consumers — it’s Apple’s iMessage.
If you’re a bug hunter for companies such as Google and Facebook, the last few weeks have been good to you. Google announced today that it has officially given out over $2 million to people who poke holes in its systems on purpose.
A new bug in iOS 7 will give you access to a phone’s photos before the phone has been unlocked — and it’s remarkable easy to do.
Google will force a company’s hand if it finds critical vulnerabilities in their systems by publishing the bugs publicly within seven days.
The company, which launched on iOS just over a year ago to “deobfuscate” application crashes, helps developers find what’s happening when their mobile apps freeze or unexpectedly quit. Besides Twitter, companies like Square, Kayak, Yelp, Path, and Yammer use Crashlytics.
The good news is that software keeps getting better, with fewer than one error per thousand lines of code. The bad news is that both large open-source projects and small proprietary software projects tend to have worse quality than average.
Amazon’s assault on Apple’s iTunes empire continues today as the Seattle company released its Cloud Player app for iPad and iPad Mini.
The iOS 6.1 lockscreen hack from earlier this month isn’t the only security vulnerability in Apple’s latest mobile OS.
Apple is known for having relatively few massive bugs in its software, but that doesn’t mean bugs don’t exist.
One Canadian computer science student has discovered the three simple steps to ruining your life.
The last thing Microsoft needed with Windows Phone 8 was a widespread software issue — so of course that’s exactly what happened.
Verizon is rolling out a fix to a big iPhone 5 issue that could save its customers lots of money.
A spate of crashing new MacBook Air laptops running Google’s Chrome browser had the tech conspiracists in a tizzy, what with the frenemies relationship between iPhone-maker Apple and Android-creator Google. But the root cause of the problem turns out to be much more mundane: the MacBook’s graphic accelerator.
Remember those phantom battery draining issues that some iPhone 4S owners have been reporting? Apple has finally determined a cause for the problem.
Windows Phone 7 users can blame Yahoo Mail for their mysteriously high 3G data usage, the company revealed to Windows Phone Secrets yesterday.
Location-based check-in app Foursquare has released an updated version of its service for RIM’s BlackBerry smartphones, according to mobile blog Crackberry. However, any excitement by users should be short-lived.
If you live in the US, don’t rely on your iPhone’s alarm clock to wake you up on time Monday morning.
iPhone users in Europe and the U.S. were in for a rude awakening this morning as the device’s alarm clock application experienced a bug related to Daylight Savings Time.