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Computerworld

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  • When Apple launched its enterprise developer certificate program — which helps enterprises make their homegrown apps for employee use-only available through iTunes — it had to make a difficult convenience-vs.-security decision: how much hassle to put IT managers through to get their internal apps posted. It chose convenience and, well, you can guess what happened.Media reports say pirate developers used the enterprise program to improperly distribute tweaked versions of popular apps — including Spotify, Angry Birds, Pokemon Go and Minecraft — while others used the platform to distribute porn apps along with real-money gambling apps. And all the bad guys had to do was lie to Apple reps about being associated with legitimate businesses. Apple didn't bother to investigate or otherwise verify the answers.To read this article in full, please click here

  • Apple has put yet another batch of iPhone SE smartphones up for sale at its clearance store – it keeps selling them, people keep buying them, but will the company ever get the message?People like the iPhone SE Apple invented the user interface, has developed the world’s fastest mobile processor, bought us the iMac, iPhone, iPod, iPad and yet it still hasn’t joined these dots: If you can keep selling a two-year old product in 2019, then there’s probably a market for that product.The iPhone SE is popular. People like its capabilities: A couple of years old the existing model still does much of what most users need. Just because you don’t see yourself as a reborn Don McCullin dedicated to capturing the world in pictures, or aren’t yet ready to live like a Jetson in some augmented reality doesn’t mean you don't want all the other things that make iPhones great. Mail, apps, music, web and social media is enough for many of us – what’s wrong with that?To read this article in full, please click here

  • On the Third Tuesday of this month, Microsoft released cumulative updates for all of its surviving Windows 10 versions save one:KB 4487029 for Win10 version 1803 takes the build up to 17134.619;KB 4487021 for Win10 version 1709 moves the build to 16299.1004;To read this article in full, please click here