“Life in iPhone hell”


SALON

“I have an iPhone, and eventually I will have an iPhone X. Not because I like products or I thirst for innovation; it’s because all of my tech, including work and home computers, are Apple products, so why may make things more difficult than they have to be? And everyone knows that old iPhones break when the new ones drop. (I can’t prove it, but ask your friends, they’ll tell you.) So I know the iPhone X is in my future, but I can’t get excited about it.”  MORE

“FBI paid professional hackers one-time fee to crack San Bernardino iPhone”


THE WASHINGTON POST

The government successfully cracked an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)
The government successfully cracked an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)

“Tim Cook: If The FBI Gets What It Wants, It Will Threaten Public Safety”


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“Apple updates iPhone & Mac software”


CNN

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“Mac attack! Nasty bug lets hackers into Apple computers”


CNN

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APPLE’S NEW PRODUCTS IN 90 SECONDS . . .


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“Apple event likely to bring new iPads, new Macs, OS X Mavericks”


NBC NEWS

By Wilson Rothman, NBC News

Apple The press invite for Apple's Oct. 22 event promised "a lot to cover."
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The press invite for Apple’s Oct. 22 event promised “a lot to cover.”

CNN

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The Guardian newspaper has named Edward Snowden, 29, as the source who leaked material from the National Security Agency.

His identity is being revealed at his request, the paper reported Sunday on its website.

He is a former technical assistant for the CIA and has been working at the NSA for the past four years as an employee of various outside contractors, the paper reported.

On Wednesday, the Guardian disclosed a secret order from a U.S. intelligence court that required Verizon Business Network Services to give telephone records detailing the time, location and telephone numbers involved in domestic calls from April 25 to July 19.

Thursday, the Washington Post and the Guardian disclosed the existence of PRISM, reporting that the program allows NSA analysts to extract details of customer activities — including “audio and video chats, photographs, e-mails, documents” and other materials — from computers at Microsoft, Google, Apple and other Internet firms.

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