Apple To Undercut Popular Law-Enforcement Tool For Cracking iphones


Apple Inc said on Wednesday it will change its iPhone settings to undercut the most popular means for law enforcement to break into the devices. The company told Reuters it was aiming to protect all customers, especially in countries where phones are readily obtained by police or by criminals with extensive resources, and to head off further spread More...

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New Gmail Launches
By Jennifer Lewis On Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

New Gmail Launches For Everyone In July

The big Gmail redesign is slated to arrive for everyone next month, Google announced Monday. At this point the new Gmail, which Google first unveiled in April, is an Early Adopter Program. If you’re interested More...

5G Mobile
By Jennifer Lewis On Monday, June 4th, 2018

How 5g Is Going To Make Smartphones Ugly Again

The first 5G mobile devices should finally arrive next year, which means that smartphone manufacturers are hammering out the details right now. Unlike a lot of other component improvements that smartphones have More...

Amazon Echo devices
By Jennifer Lewis On Saturday, May 26th, 2018

How To Make Sure Your Amazon Echo Doesn’t Send Secret Recordings

A woman in Portland, Oregon claimed her Amazon Echo smart-speaker secretly recorded a private conversation, then sent the audio file to an acquaintance. She told her story to a local news outlet and it spread, stoking More...

Holographic phone
By Jennifer Lewis On Sunday, May 20th, 2018

Red Hydrogen One: Holographic Phone Coming To At&T, Verizon

Sure, you have a fancy iPhone X or Pixel 2 that can take amazing photographs and handle even the most graphics-heavy games. But does it have holograms? AT&T and Verizon announced this week they will start selling More...

OnePlus 6
By Jennifer Lewis On Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Oneplus 6 Leak Reveals More Of Its Glass-Centric Design

OnePlus has been dribbling out details of its next phone for weeks on end, but one retailer may have revealed more than OnePlus was ready to show. WinFuture spotted an Amazon Germany listing (since removed) for More...

F-22s and F-35s
By Sam Felton On Monday, May 14th, 2018

F-22s And F-35s Will Launch Recoverable Gremlins Attack Drones

U.S. Air Force F-22s and F-35s will soon launch and control recoverable attack drones from the cockpit of the plane to expand air-combat operations, test enemy air defenses, conduct long-range ISR and even deliver More...

Voice Assistants
By Jennifer Lewis On Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Voice Assistants Could Be Fooled By Commands You Can’t Even Hear

Many people already consider voice assistants to be too invasive to let them listen in on conversations in their homes — but that’s not the only thing they should worry about. Researchers from the University More...

Apple 5G
By Jennifer Lewis On Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

Apple Isn’t Very Good At Hiding Its 5G Modem Development Plan

We’ve been talking about the next chapter in wireless communications for years, but we’re finally there. 5G will be unleashed onto the world later this year, and everyone’s excited. Maybe too excited. That More...

Mark Lewis
By Sam Felton On Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Martin Lewis Seeks Damages For ‘Fake’ Facebook Ads

Consumer campaigner Martin Lewis is to launch UK High Court proceedings in a bid to sue Facebook for defamation. The MoneySavingExpert founder says at least 50 fake ads bearing his name have appeared on the social More...