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  1. U.S. Supreme Court will decide if Apple’s App Store is an anti-competitive monopoly

    The US Supreme Court has agreed to consider a case from Apple that could determine how antitrust complaints are handled…

  2. Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone ‘bricking’ case

    An Australian court fined U.S. electronics giant Apple Inc A$9 million ($6.7 million) on Tuesday…

  3. U.S. Supreme Court to consider Apple appeal in antitrust suit over App Store prices

    Apple, backed by the Trump administration, says it can’t be sued because the commission…

  4. A bug in Apple Mac’s ‘Quick Look’ feature leaks encrypted data, researchers find

    A bug in macOS can expose the contents of a user’s files, including document text and photo thumbnails…

  5. Cops are confident Grayshift iPhone hackers already have a workaround to Apple’s new iOS security feature

    Apple confirmed to The New York Times Wednesday it was going to introduce a new security feature…

  6. Apple punches back at Grayshift, maker of the GrayKey iPhone-hacking box

    At a conference of law-enforcement forensics officials last week, someone asked David Miles what would happen if Apple…

  7. Apple highlights user privacy as Facebook exec steps down

    Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook takes every opportunity to highlight his company’s commitment to privacy…

  8. Apple to undercut GrayShift, Cellebrite tools for cracking iPhones

    Apple Inc said on Wednesday it will change its iPhone settings to undercut the most popular means…

  9. Apple’s App Store privacy crackdown may hurt Facebook’s Onavo app

    Apple Inc.’s new rules for app developers limit their ability to harvest user contact data…

  10. The 18 things you may not realize Facebook knows about you: Firm reveals the extent of its spying in a 454-page document to U.S. Congress

    The creepy ways Facebook spies on its users have been detailed in a bumper document…

  11. Apple cracks down on apps sharing information on users’ friends

    Apple Inc. changed its App Store rules last week to limit how developers harvest, use and share information…

  12. For almost 11 years, hackers could easily bypass 3rd-party macOS signature checks

    For almost 11 years, hackers have had an easy way to get macOS malware past the scrutiny of a host of third-party security tools…

  13. Apple and Google are heading in the same direction, but on different paths

    Developer conference season is behind us, leaving in its wake a huge pile of software updates to come…

  14. Apple pummels privacy-trampling Facebook

    In the early days of Apple, of course, the company’s Evil Empires were IBM and Microsoft…

  15. Facebook confirms sharing users’ personal data with Chinese companies

    Facebook Inc said Tuesday it has data sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese companies…

  16. Apple needs to advertise their strong commitment to privacy

    The greatest commercial in Apple history — perhaps all history — did not show an Apple product…

  17. Five potential game-changers Apple revealed at WWDC

    Once a year, the world’s biggest computer company gives us its annual dump of new platform stuff for developers…

  18. AgileBits releases all-new 1Password 7 for Mac

    How do you store your passwords?

  19. President Trump uses at least two Apple iPhones

    The Apple iPhones are issued by White House Information Technology and the White House Communications Agency…

  20. Alphabet Inc’s Google could face $4.3 billion claim in U.K. iPhone privacy case

    iPhone users suing Google over data-collection claims may be seeking as much as 3.2 billion pounds ($4.29 billion)…

  21. ZipperDown vulnerability may impact 10% of all iOS apps, Android apps also affected

    Security researchers from Pangu Lab, a well-known company that provides iOS jailbreaks…

  22. Here’s what Apple sent when I asked for all the data they had on me

    Last week, I asked Apple to give me all the data it’s collected on me since I first became a customer…

  23. Adobe sends out 2nd wave of security updates for critical vulnerabilities

    Adobe has released a large security update which tackles 47 vulnerabilities…

  24. Apple CEO Cook continues hammering Facebook over privacy violations

    Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook delivered more than a commencement speech at Duke University on Sunday…

  25. Om Malik on Google Photos vs. Apple Photos

    The improvements in Google Photos and lack of magic in Apple Photos sometimes make me wonder…

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