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Meet the Middlemen Who Connect Hackers for Hire With Corporate America
Hackers

Meet the Middlemen Who Connect Hackers for Hire With Corporate America

Hackers are a company's best last line of defense, and paying them to find security vulnerabilities is an increasingly common practice among all manner of companies, from Uber to GM.
Catherine Clifford
Apple Collaborating With Will.i.am, TV Execs on Original Show
TV Industry

Apple Collaborating With Will.i.am, TV Execs on Original Show

The show will feature the app economy, but no other details were provided about the endeavor.
Siri Can't Help TV Stars Kiss Like They Mean It In This Awkward Apple Ad
Apple

Siri Can't Help TV Stars Kiss Like They Mean It In This Awkward Apple Ad

Cue the clumsy kiss-and-tell. Apple made it weird.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying
Apple

Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying

In 2013, an NSA program developed to intercept electronic devices and plant snooping equipment on them was discovered.
Why iPhone's New Night Shift Will Still Mess With Your Sleep
Sleep

Why iPhone's New Night Shift Will Still Mess With Your Sleep

Apple's idea sounds like an obvious and simple solution: Less blue light, less trouble getting to sleep. Alas, there's a catch.
How the FBI Might Unlock That iPhone Without Apple's Help
iPhone

How the FBI Might Unlock That iPhone Without Apple's Help

The FBI is going to test out the technique over the next two weeks and will report back to the court hearing the case.
Uber Will Pay Hackers Up to $10,000 to Find Bugs in Its Technology-- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Start Up Your Day

Uber Will Pay Hackers Up to $10,000 to Find Bugs in Its Technology-- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: For the first time in the U.S., streaming music is bringing in more revenue than downloads.
Lindsay Friedman
The One Surprise From Apple's Event Yesterday
Apple

The One Surprise From Apple's Event Yesterday

About a half-hour into its sales pitch, the company announced the long-rumored iPhone SE, with one notable feature.
Apple Unveiled A New Robot Named Liam
Technology

Apple Unveiled A New Robot Named Liam

Drawing similarities to WALL-E, the machine recycles old iPhone parts.
Lindsay Friedman
Government Now Says it May Not Need Apple to Unlock iPhone, Postpones Hearing
Apple

Government Now Says it May Not Need Apple to Unlock iPhone, Postpones Hearing

The government had insisted until Monday that it had no way to access the phone used by one of the killers in the December massacre in San Bernardino, Calif.
Apple's 'Small' Unveiling -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Start Up Your Day

Apple's 'Small' Unveiling -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus, Alibaba reaches a billion-dollar milestone.
Lindsay Friedman
5 Fast Facts About the New Apple iPhone SE
Apple

5 Fast Facts About the New Apple iPhone SE

Apple unveiled a smaller but stronger device to stare at when you're trying to ignore your friends and family.
Entrepreneur Staff
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Samsung-Apple iPhone Patent Fight
Court Cases

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Samsung-Apple iPhone Patent Fight

The appeal to the top court could clarify how important design is to the overall value of products involved in patent disputes.
Apple's Trio of 'Privacy Czars' Grapple With Internal Conflicts Over User Data
Apple

Apple's Trio of 'Privacy Czars' Grapple With Internal Conflicts Over User Data

The iPhone maker's apparent willingness to sacrifice some profit for the sake of privacy bolsters its image as a company that protects customers.
Apple Inc. was founded by the late Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in Jobs’ parents’ home in Los Altos, Calif. in 1976. The company specializes in the design, creation and marketing of mobile devices, personal computers and tablets -- plus, its latest product, the Apple Watch. Some of its most popular products and services include the iPhone, iPad, Mac, iTunes and Mac Apps. Today, the company is led by CEO Tim Cook.