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Archives: February 2016

  1. U.S. Magistrate Judge: The U.S. government cannot force Apple to unlock an iPhone in New York drug case

    The U.S. government cannot force Apple Inc. to unlock an iPhone in a New York drug case, a federal judge ruled…

  2. Largely undetected Mac malware suggests disgraced HackingTeam has returned

    Researchers have uncovered what appears to be newly developed Mac malware from HackingTeam…

  3. Alphabet Inc’s Google says it bears ‘some responsibility’ after self-driving car hit bus

    Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Monday it bears ‘some responsibility’ after one of its self-driving cars struck a municipal bus…

  4. Warren Buffett says ‘privacy has its limits’ in Apple vs. U.S. government case

    Billionaire Warren Buffett declined to take sides in Apple’s tussle with the FBI over an iPhone related…

  5. Why Google Play sales still can’t keep up with Apple’s App Store

    Google has faced criticism for not doing enough to monetize its Google Play business…

  6. Manhattan D.A. claims Apple is crippling investigations across the country

    Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance wrote in prepared testimony set to be delivered at a House Judiciary Committee hearing…

  7. Apple’s top lawyer: U.S. government order weakens security for all iPhones

    The FBI’s effort to force Apple to help unlock one of the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhones would weaken security for all devices…

  8. Apple CEO Cook decried Obama’s ‘lack of leadership’ on encryption during a closed-door meeting last month

    Timothy D. Cook, the chief executive of Apple, was relentless during a private meeting

  9. Proposed law would allow France to fine Apple €1 million unless it hacks iPhones

    “On Monday, French Socialist MP Yann Galut proposed an amendment to French law that…

  10. Sharp Corp. liabilities list covered worst-case scenarios; takeover talks extended

    Top Sharp officials had not examined the list and had not planned to share it with Foxconn…

  11. Apple iPhone 5s price to be slashed to only $225

    Apple is expected to unleash the iPhone SE (Special Edition), a 4-inch metal-clad smartphone on March 21…

  12. Apple’s OS X blacklist accidentally disables Ethernet in El Capitan

    If you’re having problems with your Mac’s Ethernet port this morning, the culprit may be an errant automatic update…

  13. How Walt Mossberg helped convince Steve Jobs to release iTunes for Windows

    At Apple, Steve Jobs eventually supported Tony Fadell’s attempt to create a music device, and, later, a PC-compatible music device. And so the iPod was born…

  14. Cutting the ‘Game of Thrones’ trailer on Final Cut Pro X

    What resulted was a dark and ominous tease which has racked up over 22 million views…

  15. On Apple’s Mac, Siri has room to grow

    It’s been a long time in the making: Siri debuted on the iPhone 4s back in 2011…

  16. Apple CEO Tim Cook can probably defy the US government all he wants and not go to jail

    Does Apple CEO Tim Cook risk going to jail by opposing the US government request for help hacking into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone?

  17. Apple CEO Cook picks up where Snowden left off in privacy debate

    Edward Snowden stoked the debate over mass government surveillance. Tim Cook may be the one to rein it in…

  18. Obama nominates Lucy Koh for Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco

    Lucy Koh, a federal judge in San Jose who has refereed Silicon Valley wars over patents and employment…

  19. San Francisco still owes Steve Jobs $174 for overpaid parking tickets

    The agency is trying to return that money (without interest), which has led it to post the names and plate numbers…

  20. Amazon Echo leads mindshare in smart home platform war

    Tech giants have been trying to figure out the world of Internet-connected home gadgets…

  21. Obama administration set to expand sharing of data that N.S.A. intercepts

    The Obama administration is on the verge of permitting the National Security Agency to share more of the private communications it intercepts…

  22. If your Mac’s Ethernet connection stopped working recently, follow these steps to restore it

    Apple has posted a support document that explains what to do if the Ethernet connection on your Mac stopped working recently…

  23. If Apple loses, your home could be the next thing that’s unlocked: Access to your security cameras would be just a judge order away

    In a recent interview about Apple’s ongoing legal battle with the Department of Justice, Tim Cook said…

  24. The Apple vs. FBI fight is about something more basic than software and laws

    The FBI wants Apple’s help breaking into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters…

  25. Apple silent on mysterious noises coming from clandestine complex

    Science fiction movie? No, it’s Apple’s latest project…

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