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Tag: crime

  1. Russian hackers infiltrated Nasdaq stock exchange – report

    In October 2010, a Federal Bureau of Investigation system monitoring U.S. Internet traffic picked up an alert…

  2. 15-year-old girl killed trying to stop iPhone robbery

    Police are searching for a man accused of stealing an iPhone from a teenage girl who died…

  3. U.S. Supreme Court ruling leaves Google open to lawsuits over Street View secretly collected personal data

    The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Google Inc…

  4. Samsung and its lawyers ordered to pay Apple, Nokia $2 million for leaking secrets

    Samsung, together with its lawyers, will have to fork out a little more cash…

  5. Google, Microsoft look to catch up to Apple by incorporating ‘kill switches’ in next mobile OS versions

    Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. will incorporate a ‘kill switch’ into the next versions…

  6. Car drives through Apple Store Berkeley in smash-and-grab burglary

    A car was driven through the glass façade of the Apple store on Berkeley’s 4th Street…

  7. California Senate passes mandatory smartphone ‘kill switch’ bill

    California’s Senate passed a bill requiring smartphone makers such as Apple…

  8. Will Apple’s ‘kill switch’ tamp down iPhone thefts?

    The Activation Lock Apple added to iOS 7′s ‘Find My Phone’ feature functions as a kill switch…

  9. Millions of Android devices vulnerable to ‘Heartbleed’ Bug

    Millions of Google Android devices have the Heartbleed software bug…

  10. Apple’s iOS, OS X don’t have Heartbleed bug but Android and BlackBerry’s BBM do

    iOS and OS X users can breathe a sigh of relief with the knowledge…

  11. Apple on ‘Heartbleed’ bug: iPhone, iPad, Mac and iCloud unaffected

    Apple takes security very seriously. iOS and OS X never incorporated the vulnerable software…

  12. What to do about Heartbleed, a gaping security hole affecting 66 percent of the Internet (at least)

    There’s a security flaw in one of the basic encryption tools…

  13. Android apps booby-trapped to mine virtual cash

    Android apps that have been downloaded millions of times…

  14. Good Samaritan chases down ‘scum of the earth’ who punched boy, stole his Apple iPad

    A violent robbery involving an 8-year-old boy had some people shaking their heads…

  15. Thieves stealing €70,000 of Apple products out of the back of a truck – at full speed on German autobahn

    Some ‘James Bond’ thievery was reported in Germany…

  16. Apple products made up more than 18% of all New York City grand larcenies

    New York City became a much safer place in the past 12 years…

  17. Two iPod packages at two different Target stores – both full of erasers?

    A bookie might have given long odds on this one…

  18. Yet again this year, the only tech worth stealing is Apple’s

    As I have pointed out in years past…

  19. SEC charges former Microsoft manager, friend with insider trading

    The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday charged…

  20. Apple Retail Store in Berlin hit by smash-and-grab; display merchandise stolen

    An Apple Retail Store located in Kurfürstendamm, Berlin was the site…

  21. San Francisco District Attorney to Apple: Enable Activation Lock on every iPhone by default

    San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón released survey results…

  22. Man arrested in copper theft at Apple’s ‘spaceship’ campus site

    A Belmont man was arrested Saturday in the theft of copper pipes and wiring…

  23. Apple’s ‘Find my Mac’ helps police arrest two murder suspects

    The first big break in the case came in the form of a single keystroke…

  24. New York City Council considers pawn shop bill to fight surging iPhone thefts

    The Council held a hearing Monday on a bill that would require second hand dealers…

  25. Woman says photos of iPhone thief’s family showing up on her iCloud Photo Stream

    A Houston woman doesn’t know where her iPhone is, but…

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