Technology – 29 January 2013

iOS 6.1 update allows Siri to buy your movie tickets on Fandango

Written by Shane McGlaun, Published on Slash Gear

Yesterday we mentioned that Apple had released a new update for iOS bringing the operating system to version 6.1. The update brought a lot of new features to Apple devices. Fandango has announced that it has updated its movie ticket purchasing application to support the new operating system.

Apple iPad jumps to 128GB, starting at $799

Written by Roger Cheng, Published on CNET

It’s still the fourth-generation device, but beefier. A cellular-enabled version of the higher-capacity iPad costs $929.

Google Unveils Detailed North Korea Map

Written by Steve Herman, Published on Voice of America

The U.S.-based Internet giant Google has unveiled a detailed map of North Korea. Maps provided by Internet search engines provide a variety of benefits to users, including travel routes and landmark locations.

A Fresh New Office Finds a Place in the Cloud

Written by Katie Boehret, Published WSJ

Tablets and smartphones may have taken over people’s lives, but Microsoft MSFT +0.11% has managed to maintain a stronghold on the way many people use their PCs with one product: trusty Microsoft Office.

Whatsapp is slammed by regulators for storing users’ contacts

Written by Lee Bell, Published on The Inquirer

MOBILE MESSAGING SERVICE Whatsapp has come under fire from Dutch and Canadian data protection authorities after a joint investigation revealed that it illegally stores users’ address book information on its servers.

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