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  1. USA Today: Runners will love Apple Watch Nike+

    Are we running today?’ I looked at the pouring rain smacking against my window before glancing at the glowing message on my wrist…

  2. USA Today’s Baig reviews Apple’s iPhone 7/Plus: ‘A strong handset for sure’

    After nearly a week of using the iPhone 7 Plus, what stands out to me is its excellent camera…

  3. USA Today’s Baig: Apple’s iPhone SE is like a cute, adorable baby

    As a guy who is fully invested in phablet-sized phones, including my own iPhone 6 Plus…

  4. Donald Trump seems to have given up his Apple boycott

    Three weeks ago, Donald Trump announced an impromptu boycott of Apple products…

  5. Snowden: FBI could hack San Bernardino iPhone without Apple’s involvement

    Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden spoke of one technique in particular that he said could be used to hack the iPhone…

  6. Why did the FBI direct the San Bernardino Health Department to reset Syed Farook’s Apple ID?

    The FBI screwed this up by directing the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health to reset Farook’s Apple ID password…

  7. Apple vs. the U.S. government: Who elected Tim Cook?

    We didn’t elect Tim Cook to protect privacy, but…

  8. Apple could easily lock rights-trampling governments out of future iPhones

    Apple’s legal showdown with the federal government over the security of iPhones likely won’t be settled for many months, or even years if the case goes all the way to the Supreme Court…

  9. Prediction: Apple will cave to U.S. government demand to crack open iPhone, Donald Trump will get the credit

    Public opinion seems split on the issue of whether Apple should comply with the FBI…

  10. Apple: Terrorist’s Apple ID password changed in government custody, blocking access

    The Apple ID password linked to the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists was changed less…

  11. Petition asks Obama administration to stop demanding Apple create iPhone backdoor

    A petition to the Obama administration has been launched that asks the government to halt efforts that compel Apple…

  12. Newspaper editorials back Apple over U.S. government 8 to 1

    Support for Apple in its showdown with the FBI was slow coming in Silicon Valley, but…

  13. Apple likely to invoke First Amendment free-speech rights in fight against U.S. government backdoor demands

    Apple will likely seek to invoke the United States’ protections of free speech as one of its key legal arguments…

  14. Donald Trump calls for Apple boycott over San Bernardino terrorist iPhone encryption

    Donald Trump called on Friday for a boycott of Apple Inc products until the tech giant agrees to U.S. government demands…

  15. Secret memo details U.S. government’s broader strategy to crack phones

    The choice is simple: Either everyone gets privacy and security or no one does…

  16. DOJ escalates war against Apple, files new motion to compel company to break into iPhone

    The Justice Department is pushing forward with its legal fight against Apple, urging a federal judge to compel…

  17. Libertarian U.S. presidential candidate John McAfee offers to unlock terrorist’s iPhone for FBI

    John McAfee has said he will break the encryption on an iPhone that belonged to San Bernardino killer Syed Farook…

  18. Apple is still fighting Big Brother

    I consider the right of privacy to be a fundamental, inalienable human right that even transcends the Constitution…

  19. Apple co-founder Woz: Steve Jobs would have fought this U.S. government overreach, too

    Steve Jobs would have backed Apple Chief Tim Cook’s fierce resistance to federal authorities on privacy issues…

  20. Mother who lost son in San Bernardino terrorist attack sides with Apple against U.S. government backdoor demands

    The constitutional right to privacy ‘is what makes America great to begin with…

  21. iPhones don’t kill people, people kill people

    This week, the Justice Department got its wish when Apple was ordered to override its defenses…

  22. Court extends deadline for Apple to oppose order to unlock iPhone

    Apple Inc. is getting more time to argue against a court order that would force it to break into the iPhone…

  23. Twitter, Facebook, Box support Apple against U.S. government demand to hack iPhone

    Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc., two of Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies, on Thursday backed Apple Inc…

  24. No, Apple has NOT unlocked 70 iphones for law enforcement

    The more highly technical the basis of a story, the more likely it is that some key detail…

  25. A fast, easy way to encrypt files on a Mac

    Yes, the spooks and lesser elected governmental officials want Apple to unlock the iPhone so they can snoop around. You know. Just in case…