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Microsoft has finally released the long awaited Live Lock Screen app for Windows Phone 8.1, and you can download the beta from the Windows Phone Store if your phone meets the requirements.
Earlier in the week, we got our first hint that the new Windows Phone 8.1 lock screen apps were coming within the next few weeks. Today, we get to actually see them in action.
An Egyptian hacker has discovered a fatal flaw with the Siri voice assistant in iOS 7: with the right method, it's possible to bypass the lock screen and access the contact list.
Apple has now released iOS 7.0.2, which finally closed an exploit that was found a week ago that allowed anyone to bypass the lock screen to access some apps and personal information.
Apple says it is working on a patch that will close a newly found exploit in iOS 7 that currently can let anyone bypass the lock screen to access the photo app, along with email and online accounts.
A recent Q&A on the official Windows Phone blog site offers up some more information on how Microsoft came up with the new lock screen that's part of Windows Phone 8.
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