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Tapping Into the Issue of Phone Privacy

The University of Central Florida Forum | Posted 03.23.2016 | Technology
The University of Central Florida Forum

Though the breaking in of one phone isn't going to instantly send us in to a national crisis, who is to say that it won't open the door, even just a little, and set precedence to other instances that continue to pry that door open?

Apple Is Getting Into Personalized Medicine

The Huffington Post | Anna Almendrala | Posted 03.22.2016 | Healthy Living

Apple is making it easier to collect your own medical data. Inspired by the overwhelming success of last year's ResearchKit -- an open source app pla...

You Should Be Worried If The FBI Can Hack iPhones Without Apple

The Huffington Post | Casey Williams | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology

The Justice Department said Monday that it might not need Apple's help unlocking an iPhone connected to the San Bernardino terror attack. An outside ...

Viable Alternatives to Spying

Russ Warner | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology
Russ Warner

We live at a time when trust is in short supply. This is unfortunate due to the essential nature of collaboration and teamwork to the success and stab...

iPhone SE Featured at Apple Keynote: How Much Your Apple Addiction Costs You

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology

By Andrew DePietro, GBR Staff Writer The 2016 Apple keynote on March 21 saw two new product announcements, the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. T...

Rotten Apples

Nora Dunn | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology
Nora Dunn

Let's talk to the people who were in the bombings in Brussels about privacy and security and Apple, whose business is, primarily, selling apps to apph...

Are Smartphones 'Over'?

Reuters | Casey Williams | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Nearly a decade after the iPhone broke the mould for mobile phones the question is now being asked whether the evolution of the ...

Your iPhone and J.Edgar Hoover

J. Richard Cohen | Posted 03.21.2016 | Politics
J. Richard Cohen

Today, in the digital age, our surveillance tools are much more powerful than they were in the days when the FBI tapped MLK's phone and bugged his hotel rooms. That's why the legal dispute between Apple and the FBI is so important.

Apple Just Solved One Of The iPhone's Most Harmful Features

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 03.21.2016 | Technology

There's a new version of iOS -- the software that powers your iPhone or iPad -- and you'll want to take the plunge if you value good sleep. Among the ...

Apple's New iPhone SE Is Much Cheaper Than Previous Models

Reuters | Casey Williams | Posted 03.21.2016 | Technology

CUPERTINO, Calif. (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a smaller, cheaper iPhone aimed at new buyers, especially in emerging markets and China, th...

Behold: Photos Of The New iPhone

The Huffington Post | Casey Williams | Posted 03.21.2016 | Technology

Apple rolled out a new, smaller iPhone at its Monday event in Cupertino, California. The iPhone SE has a 4-inch screen and will start at $399 for the...

See How Apple Demolishes And Recycles Old iPhones

Reuters | Damon Beres | Posted 05.13.2016 | Technology

(Reuters) - Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a robotic system called Liam to take apart junked iPhones and recover valuable materials that can be recycled...

Tim Cook Swipes At FBI During New iPhone Event

The Huffington Post | Casey Williams | Posted 03.21.2016 | Technology

Apple opened its March 21 event with a strong statement on data privacy. The iPhone "is a deeply personal device," CEO Tim Cook said, taking the stage...

The Apple/FBI Case: A Few More Thoughts Before the March 22 Hearing

Simona Grossi | Posted 03.21.2016 | Politics
Simona Grossi

The fundamental question posed by this case is whether in a democratic society, a court is the proper institution to make the intricate policy judgments pertaining to the obligation of an information services provider to assist the government in the decryption of a product created by that provider.

The Apple Watch Just Got More Affordable

The Huffington Post | Ryan Grenoble | Posted 03.21.2016 | Technology

The Apple Watch can now be yours for as little as $299. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the $50 price decrease at the company's keynote address Monday in ...

Monday Market Movement

Phil Davis | Posted 03.21.2016 | Business
Phil Davis

You missed the news. That's OK, I posted not one but two news reviews to our Twitter account, so you can get an idea of what goes on in our Live...

5 Best and Worst Deals at Best Buy

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.18.2016 | Business

By Cameron Huddleston, Columnist Best Buy's slogan is: "Expert service. Unbeatable price." In fact, the electronics chain with more than 1,400 stores...

TGIF - Markets Back in Black for 2016

Phil Davis | Posted 03.18.2016 | Business
Phil Davis

Back in black Forget the hearse 'cause I never die Look at me now I'm just makin' my play Don't try to push your luck, just get out of my...

Apple's Chinese Red Herrings

Amitai Etzioni | Posted 03.18.2016 | Politics
Amitai Etzioni

Apple is working to increase its iCloud encryption, which would inhibit even Apple itself from retrieving password-protected customer data stored in its cloud. Apple uses many arguments in defense of its position. Prominent among them states that if Apple granted to the U.S. government a way to encrypt the phones of terrorists, this move will set a precedent, and Apple will be forced to do the same for other governments.

Even Siri Knows How Sad The Cleveland Browns Are

The Huffington Post | Justin Block | Posted 03.17.2016 | Sports

As humans first, and sports fans second, we know not to pile it on poor Cleveland Browns fans. Their team hasn't won a playoff game since 1994, and ha...

FBI Tried To Backstab Apple, CEO Tim Cook Says

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 03.17.2016 | Technology

Apple CEO Tim Cook accuses the FBI of underhanded tactics in a defiant new interview with Time magazine. The Federal Bureau of Investigation did wh...

Adorable Cookie Monster Apple Ad Gives Us All The Feelings

The Huffington Post | Casey Williams | Posted 03.17.2016 | Technology

Apple's new iPhone 6S ad stars a ravenous Cookie Monster, and it's hilarious. With help from the iPhone's hands-free Siri feature, a culinary Cookie M...

Apple's Backdoor

Reinier de Graaf | Posted 03.16.2016 | Technology
Reinier de Graaf

Today, when the average consumer database is hacked, the worst possible outcome is a loss of money and dignity. In the future, on an individual level, implanted medical devices could be caused to malfunction, and smart buildings, for all their intelligence, could become vulnerable to sabotage.

Former Cyber Czar Says NSA Can Unlock iPhone Terror Data For FBI

The Huffington Post | Chris DAngelo | Posted 03.15.2016 | Technology

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is perfectly capable of gaining access to the iPhone connected to the San Bernardino terrorist attack, a former n...

Apple vs. FBI in the Context of My Age

Harvard University’s Institute of Politics | Posted 03.15.2016 | College
Harvard University’s Institute of Politics

I implore those in my generation to consider contemporary developments from a broader vantage point than our lives provide, for those people at the forefront of such developments certainly consider more than the last two decades.