The FBI has used a 200 year old law to try and compel Apple to create a back door into iOS so brute force attacks against passcodes will be easier. Apple claims that once a back door is created, it will inevitably be exploited by those seeking to do harm, and the privacy and security of all the company's customers will be at risk.
Amber Alerts are on by default but you can decide whether to keep them on
AMBER alerts are emergency notifications that bypass your Do Not Disturb schedule and are designed to allow emergency services to request help from citizens under certain circumstances. They are on by default but you have a choice.
Best apps for getting politically active (and a few you should avoid)
We hold this truth to be self-evident: That all political apps are not created equal.
CLOUD Act and Apple: What you need to know
What is CLOUD Act, what does it mean for Apple and Apple's customers, and how does it affect your data and your right to privacy both in the U.S. and around the world?
A government-owned 5G network? Not gonna happen.
A new report claims the US government has a proposal to create a government-owned 5G network. This... seems very unlikely to actually happen for so many reasons.
French activists occupied a Paris Apple Store in response to tax dispute
Approximately a hundred protestors occupied the Apple Store in Paris, France on Saturday, demanding that the company pay its EU taxes.
This is the first-ever FDA approved accessory for Apple Watch
As of today, AliveCor's KardiaBand is the first Apple Watch accessory to be FDA-approved.
Twitter says Russia Today bought $274K in ads to target US market
Today Twitter released information in response to queries and concerns regarding Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election, and stated that it is "in dialogue with congressional committees" in order to aid in the investigation.
Apple just joined an FDA program that could lead to a better Apple Watch
Apple and other select companies will now be able to skip some regulations that would slow or hinder the research and development of health-related tech products.
Apple and tech companies take a stand against DACA repeal
Various tech companies are responding to Trump's repeal of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) by defending the policy and showing that they stand with those affected.
Apple asks FCC to better protect net neutrailty, maintain ‘fast lane’ ban
Apple is asking the FCC to establish more concrete rules protecting net neutrality, as well as maintain the current ban on so-called “fast lanes” on the internet.
Best UK Travel Apps for iPhone and iPad
Need to get around in the UK? You've got some really great iPhone and iPad apps at your disposal. These are the ones you absolutely must get.
Don’t let Congress give away your right to privately browse the web
The U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote tomorrow on a resolution that would eliminate the FCC’s broadband privacy rules. Don’t let them.
Apple, 96 other companies, join legal brief against Trump immigration order
From Apple to Zynga, almost a hundred U.S. companies have filed in opposition to President Trump's executive order on immigration.
FCC drops all inquiries into Binge On and other zero-rating programs
The FCC has dropped all inquiries into one of the most contested parts of net neutrality.
Apple responds to U.S. President Trump's executive order on immigration
Apple sent out the following memo to employees in reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.