Apple released iOS 7.0.3 in October 22 2013 and with it the company added iCloud keychain and password generator.
It also fixed couple of bugs here and there but I guess apple forgot about one funny bug that’s hidden inside the Game Center app.
And it’s the perfect Happy Thanksgiving dinner for all the hungry tech news readers around the world.Read more
Two factor authentication is a way of verifying a user’s identity using two factors: 1) something they know, 2) something they have. It’s a second layer of security to ensure that no one can access your account. You can think of it as a second password.
If you have a bank account and used online banking, then you have used Two factor authentication. It’s the code that is sent to your phone to verify your identity. This is just one way of getting that code, out of five.
The other way is by using a Two factor authentication app. An example of that would be 1Password, Authy or Google Authenticator. Services like Google, MailChimp and Lightning Base allows you to pick an app as your authentication method.
You can also get the code by an automated phone call, an email or by a hardware token such as the RSA SecureID.Read more
I got my late first and only MacBook about three years ago, it was my first time ever using OSX.
It was something I’ve never experienced before, it was magical.
It was a great chance and opportunity to test apps and learn more about Apple, and developers from all around the world.
In the first couple of hours I went to Google and searched for top 10 popular OSX apps, I don’t remember what was the website that I visited but It listed an app that I tried, loved, and used ever since.
A service with apps on all platform that I can’t live without anymore, A service that 2 days ago saved my ass.
I’m talking about Dropbox.Read more