iPhone X to bring Apple a very merry holiday – CNET

Apples iPhone X to bring company a very merry holidayApples results and forecast also suggest iPhone 8 sales werent as bad as expected.BY SHARA TIBKENNOVEMBER 2, 2017 1:45 PM PDT Apples iPhone X hits stores Friday. Sarah Tew/CNETOK, so how well did those new iPhones really do?Thats mostly what were obsessed with as Apple posted its fiscal fourth-quarter results Thursday.Despite fears that iPhone 8 sales were off to a bumpy start, Apple reported a better-than-expected fourth quarter, with

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Adobe Systems Inc., warns that hackers are exploiting its Flash software

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Adobe warns that hackers are exploiting its Flash softwareHackers exploit vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash to plant malicious software on servers in Switzerland, Bulgaria and the NetherlandsCybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab reports a group called BlackOasis uses the malware to track Middle Eastern politicians, UN officials, activists and news correspondentsAdobe announced it released a Flash security update to fix the problem for Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer usersPublished 2 Hours

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Apple releases iOS 11.0.3 for iPhone and iPad with audio and haptic feedback fixes, more | 9to5Mac

Apple has released iOS 11.0.3 for iPhone and iPad. The latest software update includes bug fixes for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 6s. Sony A6500 Apple first released iOS 11 for all customers on September 19, delivering major new multitasking features to iPad and much more. iOS 11.0.1 focused solely on bug fixes and security improvements and shipped on September 26 while iOS 11.0.2 included a fix for an audio issue on iPhone 8 on October 3. Apple is also testing iOS 11.1 for developers and public b

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FileMaker Pro 16.0.2 – TidBITS

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FileMaker Pro 16.0.2by Agen G. N. Schmitz FileMaker has issued version 16.0.2 of its FileMaker Pro database software for the Mac (reviewed by William Porter earlier this year; see “FileMaker 16’s Invisible Brilliance,” 12 June 2017). This maintenance release resolves an issue with the Script Debugger (which reset the scrolling position and displayed the active script step at the bottom of the display area), improves the performance of the SortValues and UniqueValues functions, fixes a bug where external script steps evaluated calculated values for repetitions incorrectly, and resolves an issue where opening a record and then closing it without modifying it increased the internal record modification count. If you have an individual license for either version 14 or 15, you can upgrade to FileMaker Pro 16 for $197.00 (eligibility for version 13 licenses ended on 22 September 2017). ($329 new, $197 upgrade, free update from version 16, 4.4 MB for updater file, release notes, 10.11+)

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