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New iOS Bug Could Allow Strangers To Browse Personal Data On Your iPhone

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 04.05.2016 | Technology

There's a brand new reason to worry about updating your iPhone -- if you've got one of the latest devices, anyway. People can worm their way into priv...

Sport and Society for Arete -- Woman and Sport

Richard Crepeau | Posted 04.04.2016 | Sports
Richard Crepeau

What is it about women's sport that some people do not get? How long has it been since the passage of Title IX? When was it that Billy Jean King convinced the USTA to give equal prize money to women? The answer is much longer than Apple has had an 'I" or a "phone."

GOP Hate Exacts a Toll

Leo W. Gerard | Posted 04.04.2016 | Politics
Leo W. Gerard

Corporations are telling Republicans they're not so sure they'll pony up for the 2016 GOP convention because they don't want to be associated with the Republican candidates' hate-mongering.

Are Two Guys From Vancouver Building The VR World's Next Microsoft?

David Fagin | Posted 04.01.2016 | Technology
David Fagin

Perhaps the reason Geordi Laforge never took his trademark glasses off was because he was busy binge watching every season of House of Cards. Don't l...

The 5 Things I Learned From Apple's War on Data Encryption

Harold Stark | Posted 04.01.2016 | Technology
Harold Stark

When radicals Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik pulled out their guns at the holiday event hosted by the San Bernardino Department of Public Healt...

Taylor Swift Falling On A Treadmill Is So Good We Don't Care If It's Real Or Not

The Huffington Post | Stephanie Marcus | Posted 04.01.2016 | Entertainment

It's April 1, which means you have to be suspect of everyone and everything. As a rule, you just can't trust the validity of anything you see on the I...

Apple's 40th Birthday This Week But What Future Lies Ahead in the New Internet of Things Era?

Professor Mark Skilton | Posted 04.01.2016 | Technology
Professor Mark Skilton

Apple, founded on April 1st 1976 in a home garage in Los Altos, California, has survived into its fifth decade through several transformations that ha...

Apple vs. FBI: Much Ado About Nothing or a Temporary Truce?

Dante Disparte | Posted 03.31.2016 | Business
Dante Disparte

Now that the FBI has magically cracked an iPhone used by San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook, the vitriol has calmed down in Apple's very public battle ...

A Letter to Apple: You've Given My Brother Life

Heather C. Miller | Posted 03.31.2016 | Impact
Heather C. Miller

God gave him a body that doesn't quite work. A body that tries to fail him over and over again. Throughout every medical leave and hospital stay, Apple sticks by him. Anytime his health declines, he always has the same goal in mind; to get back to work at Apple.

Smartphone Growth Could Be Lowest Ever In 2016

Reuters | Casey Williams | Posted 03.31.2016 | Technology

March 31 (Reuters) - Global smartphone sales are expected to grow in single digits in percentage terms for the first time ever and PC shipments are fo...

FBI Might Never Tell Apple How They Broke Into iPhone

Reuters | Adam Goldberg | Posted 03.30.2016 | Technology

By Dustin Volz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI may be allowed to withhold information about how it broke into an iPhone belonging to a gunman in the De...

FBI vs Apple: When Security and Privacy Collide

Bianna Golodryga | Posted 03.30.2016 | Technology
Bianna Golodryga

That the FBI was able to get around Apple to unlock the iPhone is unsettling, as it means there is a weakness in the company's encryption technology after all. The FBI may very well keep their methodology classified. We can only hope that the chances of villainous hackers hijacking such a tool, or the government abusing it, will remain highly improbable.

So the FBI Cracked That Terrorist's iPhone. Here's the Deal, in a Nutshell.

Kicker | Posted 03.30.2016 | Technology

The FBI cracked into a terrorist's iPhone (Faris Algosaibi / Flickr) Today, everyone's talking about one single iPhone. While there are billions of...

Are You Ready for SensorWorld?

Rebecca Costa | Posted 03.29.2016 | Technology
Rebecca Costa

Sensors, sensors, everywhere sensors. In our clothes, our shoes, air conditioners, cars, diapers and beds. And what are all these sensors doing? They...

The Three Box Solution: A Strategy For Leading Innovation

Lisa Chau | Posted 03.29.2016 | Business
Lisa Chau

I met Vijay Govindarajan (VG) several years ago when I was an Assistant Director at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He is a Wall St...

The FBI versus Apple case has left a sour taste

Professor Mark Skilton | Posted 03.29.2016 | Technology
Professor Mark Skilton

The reported information on it is very scarce as to how they did it, it has in effect been classified it which means that we may never find out and is...

United States v. Apple

Rumni Saha | Posted 03.29.2016 | Politics
Rumni Saha

The pen is indeed mightier than the sword and goes to show that every issue, however divisive, can be resolved peacefully. So in the end whether we side with or disagree with Apple, it is a joy and a privilege to see America's forefathers' inalienable dreams bear fruit.

The FBI Answers Its Apple Dichotomy

Art Brodsky | Posted 03.29.2016 | Technology
Art Brodsky

There was no reason to start yet another round of the holy war, ramping up the propaganda, getting Congress all excited, foisting false choices on people while casting aspersions on the tech industry in general and Apple in particular. But as we've seen over the years, this is the FBI's MO.

What Are the New Features of OS X 10.11.4 and How Can You Use Them?

Rahis Saifi | Posted 03.28.2016 | Technology
Rahis Saifi

Mac OS X 10.11.4 is the latest of Apple's updates for the Mac. Although not a huge update, it does come outfitted with performance enhancements, bug f...

The New iOS Is Ruining Some iPhones

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 03.28.2016 | Technology

There are a few good reasons to update to the newest version of iOS. (A great sleep-boosting feature is one of them.) But there's a more compelling re...

Apple protecting privacy? No putting itself above the Law

Diane M. Francis | Posted 03.25.2016 | Politics
Diane M. Francis

It seems Americans trust their tech companies - led by Apple Inc. - to protect their privacy. They shouldn't. This trust factor showed up in a recent ...

Apple Could Withdraw Help In Drug Case If FBI Hacks iPhone

Reuters | Casey Williams | Posted 03.25.2016 | Technology

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc said the U.S. Justice Department's new attempts to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters without ...

One App You Need If You Want The New, Cheap iPhone

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 03.25.2016 | Technology

Apple's new iPhone SE is the company's cheapest handset ever at $399, but it comes with a serious drawback: Its storage is a paltry 16 GB. That's a pa...

How Apple Changed The Life Of A Legally Blind Filmmaker

Sara Ruthnum | Posted 03.24.2016 | HuffPost Live 321
Sara Ruthnum

Rath is pushing the boundaries of everyday tech. His MacBook connects him to the world in ways you and I couldn't even imagine.

Harnessing Disruption

Talal Malik | Posted 03.24.2016 | World
Talal Malik

The core of the lamp is a single orb, representing convergence. The electric charges emanating from and to the orb represent disruption. Magnifying these charges reveals they are anisotropic -- directionally independent and differing in size -- representing divergence.