How to transfer data from Android to an iPhone

June Wan/ZDNET Every year when a new iPhone hits the market or the holiday shopping season comes around, countless Android users make the switch to iOS. It’s not the most surprising thing; Apple continues to put out quality smartphones that dominate the mid-range and high-end markets, with eight different iPhone models to choose from in … Read more

Best portable power stations to keep lights on & iPhone charged in an emergency

Find the best power station for your needs AppleInsider may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on our site. Portable power stations come in many shapes and sizes. We’ve looked at a lot of them, and we’ve picked our favorites for a wide range of emergency and every-day needs. There are many … Read more

Cloud software is a ‘fight for a knife in the mud,’ and Wall Street is souring on the one sector that was winning

The cloud-software business has come to resemble a “fight for a knife in the mud,” as one popular TV character would put it, with vendors scrambling for the crumbs of declining business spending and hoping more will fall to the floor. “It will only get bloodier and muddier for the next nine months,” Lopez Research … Read more

IPhone 15 Ultra Leaks, A Glass MacBook, App Store’s Crypto Problem

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes the iPhone 15 Ultra design, the importance of iOS 16.1.2, the glass MacBook, Elon Musk challenges Apple decisions, App Store faces crypto issues, another virtual reality PR moment, and the importance of “The Greatest” ad campaign. Apple … Read more

Intruders gain access to user data in LastPass incident • The Register

Intruders broke into a third-party cloud storage service LastPass shares with affiliate company GoTo and gained access to “certain elements” of customers’ information, the pair have confirmed. LastPass did not define what it meant by “certain elements,” saying it was unsure what data was looked at: “We are working diligently to understand the scope of … Read more

‘Potentially dangerous’ Office 365 flaw discovered

Proofpoint says the piece of functionality allows ransomware to encrypt files stored on Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive. Image: Adobe Stock Security firm Proofpoint has uncovered what it calls a “potentially dangerous piece of functionality” in Microsoft Office 365 that allows ransomware to encrypt files stored on SharePoint and OneDrive in a way that renders them … Read more