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Tag: crime

  1. New scam: Student puts $1,762 on iTunes cards to pay IRS

    Maggie Passino, 20, received a string of frantic calls on her first day of college that scared her into throwing away $1,762 in savings…

  2. Apple patent application reveals iPhone security feature that records fingerprints of thieves

    Being the leading portable devices company in the world, Apple is constantly advancing new security features…

  3. Apple and Netflix customers are being targeted in fake invoice e-mail scam

    Apple customers are being targeted in a series of new scams involving invoices containing…

  4. Samsung Pay flaw lets thieves remotely collect credit card credentials

    Samsung Pay’s legacy point-of-sale system compatibility mode may be insecure, as a token theft…

  5. New York governor bars sex offenders from playing Pokémon Go

    The directive applies to nearly 3,000 Level One, Two, and Three sex offenders currently on parole…

  6. Officials charge six people in attempted fraud at Chicago-area Apple stores

    Six people from New York state have been charged in ‘an organized criminal enterprise’ during which fraudulent transactions…

  7. Middle-aged man caught using an Apple Store Mac to peruse porn

    A middle-aged man has been caught casually browsing an X-rated website on a public computer….

  8. Pokémon GO could be Apple Watch’s killer app

    Thanks to Pikachu and Co., millions of users are willing to overlook the crude interface and repetitive gameplay as they wander…

  9. Pokémon GO helps two U.S. Marines to catch murder suspect

    The reality-game-meets-exercise app was instrumental in aiding two Marines to help local police officers…

  10. Stealing iPhones from the Apple Store is easy: Just wear a blue shirt

    Last week in New York City, a man entered the SoHo Apple Store wearing what was visually close enough to the Apple employee uniform…

  11. U.S. court: Government doesn’t need warrant to access cellphone records to track location data

    When law enforcement asks a company for cellphone records to track location data in an investigation, is that a search under the Fourth Amendment?

  12. ‘Jesus’ arrested in Apple store; his cross was blocking aisle

    “Jesus” was arrested at a Philadelphia Apple store on a trespassing charge…

  13. Man found dead at Apple headquarters was Edward Mackowiak, age 25

    According to reports, the Apple employee found dead at the company’s California headquarters was Edward Mackowiak…

  14. Apple: ‘We are heartbroken by the tragic loss of a young and talented coworker’

    An Apple Inc employee was found dead on Wednesday at the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters…

  15. Death reported in Apple conference room

    A man was found dead in a conference room on Apple’s Cupertino campus Wednesday morning…

  16. U.S. drops bid to force Apple to help unlock iPhone in Brooklyn after source provided passcode

    The U.S. government said it no longer needs Apple Inc.’s help to get into an iPhone used by a drug dealer…

  17. Why Apple’s plans for original scripted TV series are taking so long

    While the attention in the streaming media battles has been on Amazon and Netflix, reports have recently surfaced that Apple could soon enter…

  18. Former NSA security expert builds ransomware blocker for Mac

    A former NSA security expert has built a free, generic ransomware blocker for Mac…

  19. EU charges Google rigs global market for Android mobile apps

    The European Union is broadening its battle with Google, alleging that the technology giant rigs the global market…

  20. Hacker promises to kill Apple Mac ransomware before it becomes a nightmare

    Ransomware has become the scourge of the web in recent months…

  21. Apple refused China access to source code

    Apple has refused demands by China to hand over source code, the company’s attorney said…

  22. Data from San Bernardino phone has helped in probe, U.S. law enforcement officials claim

    Hacking the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone has produced data the FBI didn’t have before and has helped…

  23. Apple, FBI return to Congress to spar over encryption

    Apple has been asked by Chinese authorities within the last two years to hand over its source code but refused to do so…

  24. Apple’s Find My iPad leads police to violent armed gang

    Police arrested three members of a violent armed gang responsible for at least eleven robberies…

  25. EU competition chief set to charge Google with Android abuse

    The European competition commission is gearing up to charge Google with giving unfair prominence to its own apps…

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