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Remains of the Day: Masked crusaders

Volkswagen gets ready to premiere its FahrvergiPhonenügen, the problems with MobileMe finally get laid at the feet of the man responsible, and Apple extends a helping hand in China. The remainders for Monday, April 22, 2013 are working overtime--fighting crime, fighting crime. » zum Artikel

Remains of the Day: Bizarro world

Things are topsy-turvy in the land of customer satisfaction, your free iCloud space will soon reach its end, and how do you pronounce "OS X." Trick question: You're wrong. The remainders for Thursday, August 1, 2013 are going on break. » zum Artikel

Apple to shrink some iCloud accounts by 20GB

Apple has warned some long-time users of its iCloud online storage and syncing service that the free 20GB of storage given them two years ago will disappear at the end of September. » zum Artikel

How do I transfer contacts from Android to iPhone

How do I transfer contacts from Android to iPhone » zum Artikel

Syncing calendars between Mountain Lion and Snow Leopard

Reader Ron Sharp has a question that continues to puzzle some Mac users. He writes: » zum Artikel

Ban on iOS push mail stays but patent used to get it likely to be invalid, German court says

A patent that Motorola Mobility used to force Apple to turn off its iCloud push mail service in Germany is likely to be invalid, the Higher Regional Court in Karlsruhe said on Wednesday -- but the ban will not be lifted, a court spokeswoman said. » zum Artikel

iCloud hat ein Spam-Problem

Junk-E-Mails: iCloud hat ein Spam-Problem
Junk-E-Mails: Nutzer von Apples Dienst iCloud beklagen derzeit eine hohe Spam-Last. Die Hintergründe der jüngsten Welle und wie Apple versucht, gegen zu steuern. » zum Artikel
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Yojimbo 4: Stellar information manager adds better sync (for a fee)

Everyone needs a simple organization app. There are just too many random bits of information out there to rely on the sticky notes, snippets, and other hacks we all used at the dawn of personal computing to keep track of information. » zum Artikel

Motorola patent that got Apple's push mail banned in Germany could be invalid, court says

A Motorola Mobility patent that was successfully used to force Apple to turn off its iCloud push email services for users in Germany last year could be invalid, the District Court in Mannheim, Germany, said on Friday. » zum Artikel

Five things you should know about iOS security

Security is an extra-hot topic these days, as all sorts of government agencies short on letters but long on budgets keep getting accused of spying on their own citizens, and debates rage on whether what look like accidental bugs may actually turn out to be quite intentional. » zum Artikel

Der lange Atem von Tim Cook

Apple-Neuerfindung nach Steve Jobs: Tim Cook fiel als Nachfolger des Apple-Gründers Steve Jobs eine übergroße Aufgabe zu. Der Konzern, der sich um einen genialen Produkt-Visionär drehte, muss als Mannschaft funktionieren. Im Herbst zeigen erste Produkte der Ära nach Jobs, wie der Wandel läuft. » zum Artikel

iOS 7 delivers some needed enterprise-friendly tweaks

The big news from Apple last week was, of course, the arrival of the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. But Apple executives also recapped iOS 7, the next version of Apple's mobile OS for iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch. » zum Artikel

The Macalope Weekly: Misplaced attention

Pundits continue to look for answers in all the wrong places, which is like looking for love in all the wrong places except it annoys us instead of the pundits. First off, reviews of Google products don't have to be all about Apple. But when they are, at least get the comparisons right. And firing Tim Cook Really, pundits Are we still talking about this » zum Artikel

FAQ: everything you need to know about OS X Mavericks

Apple's newest Mac OS, Mavericks, arrives today, October 22. If you're itching for information, we've put together everything we currently know about the operating system to give you an idea of what you have to look forward to after upgrading. » zum Artikel

Microsoft's ambivalence about Office on the Web gives Apple shot with iWork on iCloud

Almost as an afterthought, Apple on Monday announced it was working on browser-based versions of its iWork productivity applications, a move one analyst said challenged Microsoft's Office behemoth. » zum Artikel

WWDC history: Apple product launches from the past 10 years

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference has been an important event on the Apple calendar since as far back as the 80s, but has become increasingly known for Apple hardware and software announcements over the past ten years. With this year's event selling out in just two minutes, it's clear that developers and Apple watchers are anticipating something big. » zum Artikel

Does it matter if Apple isn't exciting any more

I had a conversation with someone recently about how "Apple isn't exciting any more." Their words. Describing themselves as an early adopter they made the point that when Apple launched the iPhone they bought one, they sold that to get the iPhone 3G, and they sold that when it came to the 3GS and again with the iPhone 4. At some point in that iPhone cycle they bought their first Mac (a MacBook Pro), ... » zum Artikel

Ten improvements we'd like to see in OS X

As part of last year's surprise release of Mountain Lion, Apple promised that it would begin delivering yearly updates to Mac OS X, much as it has to iOS in recent years. » zum Artikel

The sync conundrum: Rethinking Apple's cloud services

In just a few short weeks, iCloud turns two years old, and there is much cause for celebration. Introduced at the 2011 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) during what turned out to be Steve Jobs's last keynote, the successor to Apple's infamous MobileMe has by many standards become a huge success, with a reported 250 million accounts created as of last January and mostly smooth sailing since launch. ... » zum Artikel

Macs in business

Apple's Mac sales have been growing over recent years. It's tempting for the Windows market to say things like "Sure, home users like them, but they're useless for real work", but that's simply not true. Macs are now common in workplaces across many different market sectors.   » zum Artikel

Alternatives to Adobe's Creative Cloud

If you are one of the people outraged by Creative Suite moving to a software-leasing model, it may be time to start looking at the alternatives. In order to have the latest versions of Adobe software you will need to pay £46.88pm as a new customer, £27.34pm if upgrading and £17.58pm if you only use one app. The complaints have come in thick and fast from those who don't want to be held hostage to ... » zum Artikel

Ten things I'm happy Apple is fixing in iOS 7

I love my iPhone, and have loved it since I ditched my Sony Ericsson 710a way back in 2008. But no device is perfect, and every year I look forward to Worldwide Developers Conference keynotes and the new iOS features that typically come with it. iOS 7--previewed at this year's WWDC--brings fixes for quite a few of my long-term quibbles--here are the ten I'm most looking forward to. » zum Artikel

FAQ: everything you need to know about OS X Mavericks

Apple's newest Mac OS, Mavericks, is still several months away. But if you're itching for information, we've put together everything we currently know about the operating system to give you an idea of what you have to look forward to in the fall. » zum Artikel

Macworld Awards 2013: 147 best Apple products of the year

Every year, the editors here at Macworld get together to take a look back through all of the products released over the past 12 months to find the absolute finest. From the areas of professional creativity through to top consumer products - and, of course, Apple's own offerings - we honour the best and brightest that have graced our offices in the past year. » zum Artikel

IT will have a love-hate relationship with iOS 7, OS X Mavericks and iCloud

Apple certainly showed that it's still in business and isn't going anywhere during this year's keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference. In a presentation lasting more than two hours, Apple execs gave developers -- and everyone tuned into the live webcast -- clear signs that the company intends to remain a major player in technology for years to come. » zum Artikel


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Former MobileMe customers got a pretty sweet deal with Apple closed down that cloud storage service and replaced it with iCloud: a transitional period with 20GB of free, extra iCloud data storage, which would cost other users up to $40 a year. But that deal----is now coming to an end.
Apple is preparing to completely shut down MobileMe over the next few days.
Apple on Thursday released , an update to iPhoto '11 for Mac, featuring two bug fixes.