Bill Gates supports government efforts in Apple case

LONDON (AP) - Bill Gates is siding against Apple - and many other technology companies - in saying the firm should help the USA government to hack into a locked iPhone as part of an investigation into the San Bernardino shooting. Law enforcemen... More..

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Bill Gates sides against Apple in FBI iPhone-unlocking case
by | Sunday, February 28, 2016

Bill Gates sides against Apple in FBI iPhone-unlocking case

At the same time, law enforcement and national security professionals have an obligation to keep people safe and do what they can to keep Americans safe, he said. An iPhone is seen in Washington , Wednesday, F...More..

Google expected to aid Apple in fight with Federal Bureau of Investigation
by | Sunday, February 28, 2016

Google expected to aid Apple in fight with Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Times reported the Federal Bureau of Investigation already has retrieved data from Farook's iPhone, backed up on Apple's iCloud service, leaving only about one month's worth of data untouched. Apple immed...More..

Ex-CIA officer/GOP Rep: Why I support Apple
by | Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ex-CIA officer/GOP Rep: Why I support Apple

Apple yesterday filed a motion opposing a federal judge's order to help the FBI unlock the iPhone. Microsoft will file a friend-of the-court brief as well, company President Brad Smith said in Congres...More..

by | Sunday, February 28, 2016

Highlights of Mobile World Congress 2016 in 7 minutes

Here's a brief recap of some of the highlights in terms of new, novel or interesting devices, which was largely dominated by powerful smartphones, hybrid devices and virtual reality. And for the selfie camera, ...More..

Apple files brief to challenge FBI's iPhone encryption demands
by | Sunday, February 28, 2016

Apple files brief to challenge FBI's iPhone encryption demands

If the San Bernardino order is upheld, Apple said, it could leave individuals and business vulnerable to an unlimited array of government directives. He said Apple's stance hasn't changed - instead, it's the go...More..