Twenty years ago, Apple was rotting. Today, on its 40th anniversary, Apple's stock price is $109 a share.
By PBS NewsHour
By Larry Greenemeier, Scientific American
DARPA’s new “Improv” program wants hackers to weaponize common gadgets in order to anticipate the next big threats.
By Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Calling a New York judge's ruling "an unprecedented limitation" on judicial authority, the Justice Department has asked a Brooklyn federal court to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn't required to pry open a locked iPhone.
By Eric Tucker and Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The U.S. government calls it a "vicious guard dog" that hurts national security. Apple says it's critical to protecting consumer privacy against increasingly sophisticated hackers.
By Larry Neumeister and Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A Brooklyn jurist has scolded the government in a stinging rebuke of arguments it has used to shame Apple for refusing to surrender information from its customers' iPhones, saying it's stretching a 1789 law to get "impermissibly absurd…
From a hoverboard that doubles as your butler to an alarm clock that wakes you up by scent -- here are ten of the most cutting-edge gadgets from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show…
This week, senior White House officials and some of the most prominent figures in Silicon Valley met to seek common ground on the fight to help law enforcement curb suspected terrorists using the internet and smartphones. Dawn Chmielewski, a reporter…
Wearable health and fitness gadgets have broken into a sprint at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And no wonder: An estimated 500 million people worldwide now diligently record their steps and leaps. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien examines…
By Nick Corcodilos
Identity theft is a serious concern, and there should be good reasons why you should be required to take the risk.
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