Articles by Salvador Rodriguez

Salvador Rodriguez is the Silicon Valley Correspondent for the International Business Times, focused on covering Google, Apple, Yahoo and diversity within the tech industry. Previously, Rodriguez was the lead tech blogger and gadget reviewer for the Los Angeles Times. He has also interned with the New York Times in Arizona, the Arizona Republic and the Houston Chronicle. Rodriguez was born in Mexico, raised in Texas and earned his journalism degrees at Arizona State University. One of his special skills is the ability to name all the Super Bowl winners in order from memory. 

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Apple-FBI Debate Upends Political Alliances

Apple was ordered to create software to let investigators unlock the iPhone of Syed Farook, one of the San Bernardino terrorists. Now the debate over whether to comply heads to Washington.
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Apple, FBI Summoned To Capitol Hill

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook and FBI Director James Comey have been invited to testify on encryption technology by the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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Code Boot Camps: Worth It?

Of 10 schools that promised President Obama they'd detail the success of their programs in helping students land jobs, only one has come through.
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GoPro Trading Screeches To A Halt

The action-camera maker stopped trading shares Wednesday after missing quarterly revenue forecasts. More bad news could be coming.
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Yahoo’s Refocus To Include Cutbacks

The internet company beat revenue estimates for 2015, but watched its share price fall Tuesday after confirming plans to slash jobs and shutter business units.
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How Does CEO Mayer Plan To Save Yahoo?

The internet company, reeling from executive defections and a disappointing 2015, will report earnings this week — and may cut its workforce by 15 percent.

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The World's Biggest Coal Exporters

Coal producers and the Australian government have been scrutinized for the large-scale extraction of coal and other fossil fuels in the country which contribute to climate change.