Here's how to squeeze the most Wi-Fi performance out of what you have now, and perhaps defer that next big upgrade for a while.
Apple Inc. on Thursday released a software update for iPhones and its other devices to fix a bug that let users of its FaceTime video-chat service listen in on people before they accepted or rejected the call.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is getting questions from two key U.S. House Democrats about a bug that let users of its FaceTime video-chat service listen in on people they contacted even before the person accepted or rejected the call.
The action is similar to one Apple took Wednesday against Facebook Inc. after it violated the iPhone maker’s development rules.
The bug allows a user to call someone on FaceTime and automatically begin hearing the other person before they pick up the call. The other person isn’t aware that the caller can hear them.
As you lay out and refine your mobility strategy, it's important to determine what (and what not) to focus on.
It's essential to get mobile unified communications (MUC) deployments right from Day 1.