updated 7:42 AM MDT, Jul 30, 2017

US. government warns on bug in Apple's iOS software users About Masque Attack Vulnerability



The U.S. government warned iPhone and iPad users on Thursday to be on the alert for hackers who may exploit a vulnerability in Apple Inc's iOS operating system that would enable them to steal sensitive data.

Three-dimensional (3D) films could damage children's eyes

Three-dimensional films, games and images could damage children’s eyesight, according to new research from a French health agency.

The Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (Anses) recommends that children under the age of six are denied access to any 3D content and that those below 13 should only be allowed "moderate" exposure to 3D entertainment.

Microsoft launches Band a wearable fitness tracker



Making its debut in the wearable technology market, Microsoft unveils a cloud-based health service gadget – Microsoft Band. It is available nationwide in USA via Microsoft Stores and online at MicrosoftStore.com for $199.
Making its debut in the wearable technology market, Microsoft unveils a cloud-based health service gadget –

I Mac with retina 5K display first impressions

 

Apple’s new iMac boasts a screen with an almost preposterous resolution of 5180×2880 pixels, which makes it the world’s highest resolution display. The screen is the key ingredient here, despite changes under the hood, and after a couple of days of use, it’s still the screen that (stating the obvious here) catches my eye.

Amid the flurry and elbow-throwing of the Apple hands-on room at their unveiling event this past Thursday, truly coming to grips with the quality of the iMac’s screen wasn’t really possible – only when I got my review unit home and stared at it untroubled by throngs of competing journalists was it clear just how much of an achievement Apple has pulled off here.