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  1. FBI paid under $1 million for iPhone hack; doesn’t know how it works

    The FBI paid under $1 million for the technique used to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters…

  2. FBI plans to keep Apple iPhone 5c-hacking method secret

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation doesn’t plan to tell Apple Inc. how it cracked a terrorist’s phone…

  3. 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…

  4. Cue the funeral for Microsoft’s Windows Phone

    Beleaguered Microsoft’s mobile device strategy continues to disintegrate…

  5. FBI’s Comey says agency paid more than $1 million to access San Bernadino iPhone

    FBI Director James Comey hinted at an event in London on Thursday that the FBI paid more than $1 million…

  6. Microsoft misses on Q1 earnings as revenue falls 5.5 percent

    Microsoft Corp. reported a 5.5 fall in quarterly revenue as a strong U.S. dollar reduced the value of sales…

  7. Apple refused China access to source code

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

  8. 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…

  9. 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…

  10. John McAfee: Professional hackers did not unlock Islamic terrorist’s iPhone, Cellebrite helped the FBI

    Now that the FBI has cracked into the San Bernardino iPhone, a new debate has been raised over who helped them…

  11. Apple’s fight against U.S. government overreach rages on in Brooklyn

    The tug-of-war between Apple Inc. and the FBI over encryption shows no signs of easing as the company reiterated its reasons…

  12. FBI requests warrant to unlock iPhone 5c connected to California murder investigation

    The FBI plans to work with its own San Diego Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory to obtain data from a seized iPhone 5c…

  13. Microsoft sues DOJ over secrecy orders

    Microsoft sued the Justice Department on Thursday, asking a federal court to strike down a law…

  14. Nothing significant found on San Bernardino’s terrorist’s iPhone

    Investigators spent months trying to gain access to data on the locked iPhone used by San Bernardino gunman Syed Rizwan Farook…

  15. FBI paid professional hackers one-time fee to crack San Bernardino iPhone

    he FBI cracked a San Bernardino terrorist’s phone with the help of professional hackers who discovered and brought to the bureau…

  16. Apple’s Safari is the world’s second most popular web browser

    Apple’s device count of Mac, iPhone, and iPad now exceeds more than 1 billion devices…

  17. Apple wins the battle for enterprise hearts and minds

    Apple is now the platform of choice across the enterprise…

  18. Security firm CEO: Apple vs. government overreach issue will drag on for years

    Apple versus the FBI was just the beginning: The debate between privacy and cybersecurity will drag on for years…

  19. Apple could be moving their iCloud servers in-house

    China-based server brand vendor Inspur has been rumored to have entered Apple’s datacenter supply chain…

  20. Apple won’t sue FBI to reveal hack used to unlock Islamic terrorist’s iPhone

    Apple will not pursue legal action against the US government to discover how federal agents broke into an iPhone…

  21. U.S. government to continue effort to force Apple to unlock iPhone in Brooklyn

    The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it will move ahead with an appeal of a court ruling…

  22. Roots of Apple-FBI standoff reach back to 2008 child sex abuse case

    The roots of the current standoff between Apple Inc. and the Federal Bureau of Investigation reach back to 2008…

  23. FBI director confirms hack only works on older iPhones that lack Apple’s Secure Enclave

    FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday that the government had purchased…

  24. FBI briefs U.S. Senators on how San Bernardino iPhone was hacked

    The FBI isn’t keeping its new iPhone attack secret from everyone…

  25. U.S. government’s multi-million dollar mobile forensics shopping spree revealed

    The FBI, the DOJ, and numerous other U.S. government agencies have been buying mobile forensics and smart phone hacking tools…

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