September 2014

The release of the final version of iOS 8 marked the start of major changes to Apple's mobile platform. And not just in the area of issues such as convergence with OS X or opening their APIs, but in the area of privacy and security.

In fact, these changes may be more relevant for many users: to date Apple could be forced to give data users (or help unlock and decrypt) if it received a court order but on iOS in August that changes radically. Apple literally washes his hands, and that only the owner of the device and its use of passwords and lock codes will be able to provide that information. The Cupertino company could decipher that information before judicial requests, but iOS 8 no longer be able to do so.

Google stopped being a company with a unique service search engine as long. Do not just talk about your services or operating systems but also has other projects in the pipeline and are laced divisions such as Google X: spoons that stabilize themselves , cars that drive automatically ...

Larry Page wants to further enhance that facet of Google that can push through more targeted projects to make major changes. Ambition, and money to do, and not lack the latest project dubbed Google 2.0 promises to be an even bigger company.

Modern communication includes a variety of options that didn't even exist only decades ago, so the playing field has changed significantly over time.  In addition to personal communication, people stay in touch using wired phone lines, computers, and mobile communication devices.  Smart phones, for example, have become common fixtures in everyday communication, serving as one of the primary modes of modern messaging.  Emails and texts are now sent from home-based computers, as well as completely portable smart phones and tablets that require no wiring or special connections.