Tuesday’s bombings in Belgium have U.S. lawmakers calling for new surveillance legislation. But the tech industry has urged a measured approach.
The Justice Department said Monday it may have found a way to break into a locked iPhone without Apple's help.
President Obama enjoyed strong support from tech donors in 2012. This year they’re more interested in stopping Donald Trump than helping Hillary Clinton.
The tech giant is looking to sell Boston Dynamics, the unit that became a YouTube darling for its human- and animal-like creations.
Compensation of male and female software engineers can differ by as much as $10,000 annually, a study found. But some companies are attempting to bridge the gap.
In its filing expected Thursday regarding access to the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, the FBI is likely to argue that Apple has unlocked other iPhones in the past.
A federal judge previously declined to issue an order forcing Apple to unlock a smartphone linked to a drug case.
Prime Minister Robert Fico, who campaigned on an anti-immigrant platform, failed to lead his Smer-Social Democracy party to a majority, an exit poll suggested.
Tesla Motors Inc.’s first car targeted at the mass market, the Model 3 will be unveiled March 31.
The area lost more than 7,600 residents to other U.S. regions in 2014, the first time that has happened since 2011.
Amazon.com Inc. will bring back an encryption feature to its Kindle Fire tablet after the company was torched by numerous user complaints.
Apple’s chief competitors are becoming invaluable allies in the iPhone maker’s showdown with the FBI.
The tech industry’s year-to-year growth for women’s representation actually peaked in 2013, a data analysis has found.
Apple, represented in its dispute with the FBI by General Counsel Bruce Sewell, is outspent in D.C. by just about every other large tech company.
“Ultimately, Congress must decide this issue” of so-called backdoors, said Apple General Counsel Bruce Sewell.
FBI Director James Comey faced a skeptical House Judiciary Committee Tuesday as he made his case that Apple should comply with a court order to unlock an iPhone belonging to a San Bernardino shooter.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Tuesday is expected to ask Washington and Silicon Valley to work together.
A federal judge said a 1789 law cannot be used to force Apple to unlock the iPhone of a suspected drug trafficker.
Major tech companies have been publicly backing Apple in its dispute with the FBI, but some privately wish they weren’t going to the mat for the dead San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.
Meanwhile, in an interview with ABC News, Tim Cook said fighting against entry into people's smartphones was the right thing to do.