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  1. Australia plans law for tech firms to hand over encrypted private data or face millions in fines, jail time for execs

    Australia on Tuesday proposed a new law requiring technology firms…

  2. Apple said to introduce new ‘inexpensive’ Mac notebooks this year

    Quanta’s shipments are expected to rise above 10 million units in the fourth quarter thanks to orders for Apple’s new inexpensive notebooks…

  3. Google tracks users movements even when explicitly told not to – Associated Press

    Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to…

  4. Siri is listening to you, but she’s NOT spying, says Apple

    The US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook…

  5. How global smartphone sales growth ground to a halt

    After years of rampant growth, the global smartphone market is slowing down as consumers wait…

  6. Apple Pay has several advantages over also-ran payment schemes

    Apple Pay is the only digital wallet with all five payment pillars: mobile, desktop, in-app, peer to peer, and point of sale….

  7. Google hacker asks Tim Cook to donate $2.45 million in unpaid iOS bug bounties

    Apple’s iPhone is one of the most — if not the most — secure consumer device on the planet…

  8. How to disable My Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing without erasing your photos

    Let’s go over the three different methods Apple has for sharing and syncing photos…

  9. Apple patent application reveals intent to use iPhone as proof of identity, replacing driver’s licenses, passports

    Apple has considered the possibility of using the iPhone as a form of identification for the user…

  10. Apple says iOS Health Records now backed by over 75 health institutions

    Apple’s initiative to enable iPhone users to securely access and carry their own medical records continues to expand…

  11. Gene Munster: Apple has cornered the market in VCSELs, further expanding their AR lead

    Apple’s key iPhone X augmented reality component supplier, Lumentum, reported better than expected results…

  12. Apple refutes conspiracy theory that claims iPhones ‘listen’ to conversations

    Apple says that no, iPhones do not secretly listen or record users’ conversations…

  13. Apple, already seen as a privacy champion, needs to do more

    Apple has some of the same security problems as the other tech giants when it comes to apps…

  14. IDC: Worldwide tablet market declined 13.5% during the Q218

    The worldwide tablet market declined 13.5% during the second quarter of 2018…

  15. People will pay $1000+ for a real Apple iPhone, but not for an Android iPhone knockoff

    Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. entered the second decade of the smartphone era…

  16. China’s Huawei overtakes Apple as world No. 2 in smartphone unit sales

    China’s Huawei Technologies overtook Apple Inc to become the world’s second-biggest…

  17. South Korean dishwasher maker Samsung’s mobile profits fall as consumers pass on $1,000 iPhone knockoffs

    Fewer buyers than expected have shelled out top dollar for Samsung’s Galaxy S9…

  18. April 2007: When Apple stopped the rot

    Enterprise users are catching onto something many already recognize…

  19. Anti-iPhone X ads show why South Korean dishwasher maker Samsung keeps losing to Apple

    Samsung has debuted three new ads designed not to promote its own products…

  20. Apple expands search ads to more markets in Europe And Asia

    Apple expanded Search Ads this week to markets in Asia and across Europe such as…

  21. Mark Zuckerberg loses $16 billion in record Facebook fall

    Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune took an almost $16 billion hit on Thursday…

  22. Visionary: Hear Steve Jobs, at the dawn of App Store, predict the future of mobile (and mention MacDailyNews)

    Apple recently marked the 10th anniversary of the App Store,,,

  23. The rise of Apple in the enterprise: Employees demand to bring Macs and iPhones to work

    Employee demand to bring Macs and iPhones to work is leading businesses to consider making the switch to Apple…

  24. Apple takes U.S. market share from Android, dominates with 8 iPhones out of 10 best-selling smartphones

    The latest smartphone OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech reveals a mixed performance…

  25. Facebook stock plunges as users vanish

    Facebook Inc’s stock fell as much as 24 percent after hours on Wednesday over concerns…

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