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The Ten Commandments of Mobile Gaming

Tales of Link and the new Kingdom Hearts mobile game occupy 1GB each after in-game download.We understand that developers want to make traditional games on mobile devices, and that such devices have a severe lack of physical buttons. read more

Apple files patent for haptic touch laptop keyboard

A new patent filed by Apple could offer a glimpse into the future of MacBook design, and it would be a much less tactile experience.It describes a haptic-powered touch keyboard for devices like laptops. read more

We may never know how the FBI unlocked shooter’s iPhone

We know now that the FBI was able to gain access to an iPhone 5C belonging to the San Bernardino shooter thanks to an outside security firm.What we don’t know is how it was done or even who did it. read more

Microsoft sues US government, asks court to declare secrecy orders unconstitutional

This isn’t meant to give the government carte blanche to spy on its citizens, and the law spells out the scenarios under which Section 2705(b) applies.In the words of Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer: Over the past 18 months, the U. read more

Protecting the Environment Is the App Store’s Latest Killer Feature

But the role of the App Store as an agent for environmental protection is an altogether new concept—and one that may be more powerful than any of Apple’s previous efforts.From now until April 24, a total of 27 apps on the App Store will donate 100 percent of their proceeds from app purchases and select in-app content to the WWF. read more

Canada Desperately Needs to Have a Public Debate About Encryption

Why haven’t we rallied around the issue of encryption, which cuts across many lines of interest—activists use encryption, too—in a similar way?But sticking our heads in the sand doesn’t stop the encryption debate from playing out all around us. read more

Windows PC users should uninstall QuickTime immediately

The US government and TrendMicro are both recommending that all Windows users uninstall QuickTime immediately thanks to critical vulnerabilities that Apple has no intention of fixing.[O]ur Zero Day Initiative has just released two advisories ZDI-16-241 and ZDI-16-242 detailing two new, critical vulnerabilities affecting QuickTime for Windows. read more

iPad Pro 9.7in review: Another nail in the laptop ffin

Welcome to Macworld's iPad Pro 9.7-inch iPad Pro as a work device suitable for replacing a laptop, and targeted particularly at designers and illustrators on the go. read more

Rumours suggest 2016 MacBook Pro uld get significant graphics boost

We think there could be new MacBook Pro models pretty soon.We had hoped for new MacBook Pro models on 21 March at Apple's Spring event, but Apple didn't mention Macs at all. read more

Apple shrinks iPhone 6S into 4-inch form factor iPhone SE -

Essentially, Apple appears to have taken the guts of the iPhone 6S and placed them inside its classic compact aluminium design of the 5S, updated with matte-chamfered edges, a colour-matched stainless steel Apple logo, and four metallic finishes.The phone features a 4-inch screen with 1136x640 pixel resolution at 326 ppi. read more

How to recover music that disappeared from your iPhone

However, technology is still pretty flawed, and sometimes does inexplicable things for seemingly no reason at all, like when iTunes suddenly loses track of all your music.Next up, you’ll need to check if iTunes thinks the missing music is still on your device. read more

Apple confirms QuickTime for Windows is dead, Adobe stuck between rock and hard place

Last week, news broke of security woes in the Windows version of QuickTime that Apple had no intention of patching.As of this writing, QuickTime 7 Pro is still available for purchase, the free version is still available for download, and the Apple Software Updater still wants to install QT 7. read more

FBI paid at least $1.3M for zero-day to get into San Bernardino iPhone

3 million to gray-hat hackers who were able to unlock the iPhone 5C that was used by Syed Farook Rizwan, the dead terrorist who masterminded the attack in San Bernardino, California, in December 2015.According to Reuters, Comey was asked Thursday how much the FBI paid for the technique that eventually allowed investigators to access the locked phone. read more

WWDC 2016 dates announced; developer ticket lottery begins

When is WWDC 2016?And how can I get tickets to WWDC 2016? read more