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Tag: Google Maps

  1. Pokémon GO and business model innovation

    After months of hype, Pokémon GO finally began rolling out in a few countries this week…

  2. Ten things I wish I knew when I started playing Pokémon GO

    I’ve been playing Pokémon GO pretty hardcore now for the past 48 hours or so…

  3. iPhone users: Pokémon GO can spy on your entire Google account

    iPhone users of Pokémon GO, beware: the app has access to your entire Google account.

  4. Google Maps and Google Earth get sharper satellite imagery

    When Google Earth was first released, it was life-changing…

  5. Apple’s WWDC site embedded Apple Map hints at official public MapKit web API coming soon

    Apple seems to be preparing to announce a web version of its MapKit framework, allowing anyone…

  6. FBI vs. Apple isn’t over; Fourth Amendment issues remain

    The FBI and Apple reached a cease-fire last week, but it can’t last…

  7. Woman’s home demolished after Google Maps error

    A demolition crew destroyed her building by mistake on Tuesday after Google Maps provided wrong directions…

  8. Apple says it may not be needed to unlock New York drug dealer’s iPhone

    Apple Inc. said it may not be needed to help unlock an iPhone connected to a drug case in New York…

  9. U.S. Congress likely to side with Apple vs. FBI in iPhone unlocking fight

    In the days after the attacks of Sept. 11, law enforcement and national security agencies brought Congress a lengthy list…

  10. The FBI’s case against Apple got kneecapped in Brooklyn: The judges rebuke couldn’t have been stronger

    Using the word ‘tyranny’ once and ‘absurd’ nine times, Judge Orenstein accused the DOJ of trying to…

  11. 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…

  12. Apple wants judge to rule if it can be forced to unlock defendant’s iPhone

    Apple has requested a court in New York to rule finally whether it can be compelled to assist investigators…

  13. Shootout: Apple Maps vs. Google Maps

    We decided to test the two apps on quintessential autumn errands…

  14. Apple CEO Tim Cook defends privacy, encryption amidst terrorist concerns

    Apple CEO Tim Cook staunchly defended personal privacy and the use of encryption on iPhones…

  15. Piggybacked U.S. cybersecurity bill may rile Apple Inc.

    The cybersecurity proposal shields companies that voluntarily share threat data with the U.S. government…

  16. Alphabet’s Google launches an updated Maps app for Apple iPhone and iPad

    Alphabet Inc.-owned Google rolled out an updated version of its Maps app for the iPhone and iPad…

  17. Obama administration wants access to smartphones

    A civil-liberties advocate called the Obama administration one of the worst for privacy protections…

  18. Obama administration’s calls for backdoors into encrypted communications echo Clinton-era key escrow fiasco

    In the face of a Federal Bureau of Investigation proposal requesting backdoors into encrypted communications…

  19. Apple Maps is now used three times as often as Google Maps on iPhone and iPad

    In total, Apple Maps is seeing more than five billion map-related requests each week…

  20. Apple Maps, once a laughingstock, now dominates iPhones

    Apple Maps quickly became the butt of jokes when it debuted in 2012…

  21. Apple CEO Cook: ‘You can’t have a back door that’s only for the good guys’

    There’s a burning debate – bordering on a battle – between the U.S. government and technology companies over encryption…

  22. Edward Snowden and spread of encryption blamed after Paris terror attacks

    As Paris reels from terror attacks that claimed at least 128 lives, fierce blame for the attack is being directed toward…

  23. Privacy advocates alarmed as UK unveils laws proposing power to spy on Web use

    Britain unveiled plans on Wednesday for sweeping new surveillance powers, including the right to find out which websites people visit…

  24. Do not let the government snoops weaken encryption

    The bill unveiled by the UK on Wednesday does not ban companies from offering strong encryption…

  25. Apple can’t – and won’t – decrypt your iPhone: Why it matters

    Governments use a variety of means — sometimes de facto or later found to be illegal or unconstitutional in the country in which it’s occurring…

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