Trillion Market Cap, Yosemite update, Pager, Wirelurker, ClarisWorks, antivirus


Top hedge funds predict Apple could achieve trillion-dollar market cap — As shares of Apple repeatedly reach new all-time highs, major investors believe the trend could continue, propelling the iPhone maker to a massive market capitalisation level of $1 trillion as soon as next year.

Has 10.10.1 fixed your wifi issues?
Has Yosemite OS 10.10.1 fixed your wifi issues?

Some users still having Wi-Fi issues after OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite update — Yesterday’s Mac OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite update brought relief to a number of users who were having Wi-Fi issues, but MacNN reports the Apple support threads are still buzzing with discussions of continued disconnects and slow connection speeds. MacNN notes that an informal poll showed that only four out of 15 users (about 27%) with Wi-Fi issues before the patch are still experiencing problems. [I had no issues, but now I can use iOS to Mac OS AirDrop properly and before I couldn’t.]

Apple loses MTel Pager Patent Case, ordered to pay US$23.6M — Apple has been ordered to pay Mobile Telecommunications Technologies LLC US$23.6 million for infringing on six patents related to 1990s-era pager technology. MTel claimed the messaging and WiFi technology used in the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch infringe on patents it owns, and a federal jury in Marshall, Texas, agreed.

Chinese sites hosting ‘Wirelurker’ Mac-to-iOS malware taken down, suspects arrested — A Beijing government agency on Monday announced the arrest of three suspects thought to be behind the so-called WireLurker trojan targeting Mac and iOS devices, saying websites hosting the malware have been shut down.

How to open your ClarisWorks files — This article takes a while to get to the point, but it does get to the point.

New Intego antivirus for Mac — Intego has introduced a newly updated App Store application for stopping viruses and malware on iOS devices, VirusBarrier for iOS 8. VirusBarrier for iOS 8 stops Mac, Windows and Unix viruses and malware from using iOS devices as a gateway to infecting a computer.