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Apple refused to help the FBI crack an iPhone out of fear that a backdoor would exist for hackers. The government's workaround is a concern.
Nearly 30 percent of requests to remove copyrighted material are of questionable validity.
The Uber business model, it seems, is losing some of its sheen and isn't one size fits all. Inside the shifting American workforce.
The legal tussle between Apple and the U.S. FBI over access to an iPhone is now over. Here's what you need to know about the saga.
Enjoying the services provided by the likes of Uber? Don’t vote for Hillary Clinton, anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist says.
Google's search services found a way through China's six-year-old ban over the weekend – but only for a couple of hours .
Major forms of communication should not be beyond the reach of the law, author Walter Isaacson says.
Samsung launched its mobile payments service Samsung Pay in China on Tuesday, following rival Apple into the country.
A trio of developments have emerged in the last two weeks underscoring this tension. Re/code reports.
Last time Microsoft was in talks to buy Yahoo, the Web company was led by co-founder Jerry Yang and claimed to be worth over $50 billion.
The jury is out on pre-orders of the iPhone SE in China, but smugglers already have their doubts.
Cybercriminals using "ransomware" are shifting their sights from individual targets to bigger ones, Intel's Steve Grobman says.
A proposal by an assemblywoman in New Jersey could make texting while walking punishable by jail time, according to Engadget.
Facebook apologized to users on the other side of the world from Sunday's suicide bombing in Pakistan who received notices asking if they were safe.
Kanye West released the first song from "The Life of Pablo" outside of Tidal after promising exclusive streaming on the platform.
Pandora Media named founder Tim Westergren as CEO, but share prices of the music streaming company plunged after the announcement.
Apple sought to delay briefing in the Justice Department's appeal of a ruling that protects it from unlocking an iPhone in a drug case.
Japan's NTT Data Corp agrees to buy Dell information technology consulting division to expand in North America and bolster its services business.
The U.S. Department of Justice unsealed indictments against seven Iranians Thursday in a long-running cyber attack against U.S. financial firms and the computer system controlling a dam in Rye, New York.
Activist hacker group Anonymous is calling for people to stand up against discrimination as part of its fight against Islamic State after Brussels.
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