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Massive Privacy Fail: How Quip Leaked Millions of Private Photos

March 31st, 2010 . by Claire Broadley

Quip was a service for iPhones that could send pictures via SMS. It was aimed at people without data connections. The service had apparently been used to send 3 million photo texts. Now, Quip has gone, and it’s all due to a big security flaw. What Happened at Quip The Quip flaw was first spotted in […]

The Enormous Benefits of Google Apps Email

March 11th, 2010 . by Claire Broadley

A few very good reasons why you should use Google Apps over alternative services, and a quick guide to setting it up.

Review: cPanel WHM iPhone App

March 5th, 2010 . by Claire Broadley

cPanel is one of the most common hosting control panels on the web. The software is ideal for beginners and intermediate users and is often used along WHM. However, the interfaces don’t work well on a smartphone. Now, there’s an unofficial cPanel and WHM app for the iPhone. [Note: This article was originally posted in […]