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Entrepreneur Readers Chime in on Apple's Refusal to Unlock Shooter's iPhone
Apple

Entrepreneur Readers Chime in on Apple's Refusal to Unlock Shooter's iPhone

Should tech companies build backdoors to give the government access to customer data? We posed the question on Twitter and collected some of the best responses here.
Stephen J. Bronner
Steve Wozniak: Jobs Would Have Fought for Privacy
Apple

Steve Wozniak: Jobs Would Have Fought for Privacy

Apple's current CEO denounced a court order requiring the tech giant to help authorities search an iPhone used by one of the attackers who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, Calif., last year.
Jacob Pramuk
What Donald Trump, Mark Cuban and Other Leaders Said About Apple's Refusal to Unlock an iPhone
Apple

What Donald Trump, Mark Cuban and Other Leaders Said About Apple's Refusal to Unlock an iPhone

The four-digit pin code to a terrorist's iPhone 5C has become the flashpoint for a long-simmering conflict.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt
Why Apple Is Going to War Over the FBI's 'Backdoor' Order
Apple

Why Apple Is Going to War Over the FBI's 'Backdoor' Order

The order involves the iPhone 5C that belonged to San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwaan Farook.
Quartz to Text You the News, Joining Other SMS-Based Services
Texting

Quartz to Text You the News, Joining Other SMS-Based Services

The digital news outlet will offers users a reading experience similar to a text-message conversation. It's the latest in a string of startups and tech companies that are emulating the most basic digital communication format.
Catherine Clifford
Facebook Launches Periscope Challenger for iPhone Users Nationwide
Facebook

Facebook Launches Periscope Challenger for iPhone Users Nationwide

The move could bolster the 100 million hours of video users already consume daily on Facebook.
Geoff Weiss
Google Reportedly Paid Apple $1 Billion to Keep Its Search Bar on iPhone
Search Engines

Google Reportedly Paid Apple $1 Billion to Keep Its Search Bar on iPhone

The report came from court transcripts related to a copyright lawsuit filed by Oracle Corp.
Your Future iPhone Might Know How You Are Feeling
Apple

Your Future iPhone Might Know How You Are Feeling

Apple just bought Emotient, a San Diego-based artificial intelligence startup.
Catherine Clifford
Apple Rumored to Remove Audio Jack on iPhone 7 and Launch With Wireless EarPods, Sources Say
iPhone

Apple Rumored to Remove Audio Jack on iPhone 7 and Launch With Wireless EarPods, Sources Say

Supply chain sources confirmed the move, which could eventually make current wired headphones obsolete.
Geoff Weiss
This Man Successfully Sued Apple For Deleting His Honeymoon Photos
Apple

This Man Successfully Sued Apple For Deleting His Honeymoon Photos

Hell hath no fury like a newlywed deprived of his iPhone vacay pics.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Meet the iPhone Case That Can Turn Into a Virtual-Reality Headset
Virtual Reality

Meet the iPhone Case That Can Turn Into a Virtual-Reality Headset

There are plenty of other phone-compatible VR headsets out there, but most of them are still pretty clunky.
Facebook Is Officially Testing a Craigslist-Like Buying and Selling Feature
Facebook

Facebook Is Officially Testing a Craigslist-Like Buying and Selling Feature

The rumors are true. The social-media giant is indeed toying with ways for people to buy and sell items on its iOS app.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The iPhone is a touchscreen smartphone designed and manufactured by Apple. The first generation of iPhone came out in 2007. The iPhone can not only be used as a phone, but it has many functions, such as the ability to take photos and videos, play music, email and  web browse.