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Netop announces update for remote control mobile for iOS – an app that enables service desk representatives and IT administrators to provide support from anywhere Portland,
It was discovered last month that an iPhone’s lock screen could be bypassed with a complicated series of button pushing and key taps. Apple yesterday rolled out iOS 6.1.3, an update which is meant to fix the previously discovered lock screen bug. iOS 6.1.3 also delivers some more improvements to Apple’s Maps in Japan.
The Mobile GDO provides remote security, monitoring, and control of your garage door from anywhere in the world.
Apple TV received some updated software in version 5.2 on Monday, bringing with it iTunes in the cloud, Up Next and support for Bluetooth keyboards.
Adjustabeds™ now offers the Reverie® Deluxe, an adjustable bed frame that syncs with the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod® Touch.
Network Thermostat announces the iPhone App for the Net/X Wi-Fi and Ethernet thermostats.
Nearly a month after they promised it, Apple released iTunes 11 yesterday. This new software, now referred to simply as “iTunes,” packs a new interface, a new and greatly improved Mini Player and a new design of the iTunes store.
AT&T rolled out a new app on Wednesday that lets U-verse subscribers control their TVs through voice and hand gestures on Apple devices.
And just like that, Apple has some new patents which were just released today, this time involving that long rumored NFC technology which has been expected in the iPhone for a few years now.
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