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Snowden: Govts can monitor users via secret spyware in iPhones

Moscow - Tucked inside the iPhone is secret spyware that lets governments spy on unsuspecting users, Edward Snowden said recently. Snowden's lawyer says this is why the NSA whistleblower doesn't use these phones, which can be remotely activated to watch users.

Apple agrees to let Chinese government inspect iPhones

Apple has agreed to let the Chinese government inspect iPhones, Macs, and iPads over fears of backdoor government surveillance, IT World reports.

Google might be working on a better way to compete with Apple Pay

Google might soon implement some major changes to its mobile payments service in order to better compete with Apple Pay.

Apple acquires London music startup Musicmetric

Apple has acquired a London music startup. The tech giant has bought the company behind music analytics service Musicmetric, Musically reports.

Report: Apple might be about to introduce a stylus

"As soon as you have a stylus, you're dead, "Steve Jobs once told his biographer Walter Isaacson. The Apple founder famously hated the touchscreen writing tools, totally eschewing them when he launched the iPad.

Apple is considering storing your fingerprints in iCloud

Apple is considering storing customers' biometric data in the cloud to enable next-generation payment methods, according to new patent application found by Apple Insider.

Automator for iOS is a powerful workflow app

Automator is one of the most overlooked, yet powerful applications native to OS X for Mac. Essentially, this utility allows you to build your own personalized mini-applications to automate tasks.

Website gets 'Je Suis Charlie' iOS app approval in one hour

Apple didn't want to waste any time when it came to publishing a new app showing support for the "Je Suis Charlie" campaign in its App Store.

Apple might be about to kill off the iPod Shuffle

Apple has made some moves that make it look like it might be preparing to stop selling the iPod Shuffle, as supplies of the device are starting to run low.

Apple patents flexible iPhone that can bend in half

Apple has been granted a patent for a flexible phone that can be deformed, twisted, and even bent in half, Cult of Mac reports.

Apple patches iCloud hole allowing hackers account access

Apple has fixed a vulnerability in its iCloud service that a hacker used to prove that any account was vulnerable to being hacked into.

Op-Ed: 12 days of Christmas? Not for iTunes

For the past three years Digital Journal has showcased some of the top iTunes giveaways from Apple during the 12 days following Christmas. Not this year, however, since Apple has called time on the promotion.

Apple gives Macs security update automatically to combat hackers

Apple updated users' Macs on Monday, December 22, automatically to combat a security issue that would have allowed hackers to take control of any of their computers from a remote location.

Apple and Amazon won't reveal federal diversity filings

The Equal Employment Opportunity survey known as EEO-1 allows companies to report employees' race self-identification data to the federal government.

Apple 1 sells for $365,000

New York - A fully operational Apple 1 computer has been sold at auction for $365,000. The computer was sold at auction house Christie's in New York.

Op-Ed: Smartphones and tablets: Gift options for the holidays

Consumer technology is growing at a rapid pace and with numerous smartphones and tablets available with different features the question is which device is the best fit for the techie on my gift list?

Apple is fighting the release of a video of Steve Jobs

Apple's lawyers are doing everything they can to prevent the release of a video that shows Steve Jobs giving testimony, The Verge reports.

Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder busts Apple's garage origin myth

Co-founder of Apple Inc., Steve Wozniak, said in a recent interview to Bloomberg that the story of Apple initially working out of a garage was a myth.

Apple rumored to be reintroducing 4-inch iPhone

Of all the Apple rumors coming out of the Far East recently, the one with the most legitimacy seems to be Apple producing an iPhone with a 4-inch display next year.

Apple hits $700 billion market capitalization

Apple has reached a new monumental financial milestone. Tim Cook has passed the ultimate leadership test by steering this tech company to double its value.

Steve Jobs to play major role in Apple's next antitrust case

Apple is scheduled to begin yet another antitrust lawsuit tomorrow in Oakland, Calif. And while it's been three years since Steve Jobs has died, the late Apple founder will still play a large role in the case, reports The New York Times.

Op-Ed: Is Blackberry’s iPhone trade-in plan desperate or ingenious?

Blackberry is offering up to $600 to iPhone users to trade in their device to purchase the recently launched Blackberry Passport flagship in what appears to be a clever marketing but desperate strategy.

Why Android won't take over the world

IBM is tracking online holiday shopping this year through a partnership with over 8,000 brands. For data nerds, it has some interesting insights.

Apple asked to set standard for Silicon Valley contract workers

Apple is being asked to "set a standard" for the security guards who look after the high-flying workers of Silicon Valley, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Developer describes major flaw of Apple Watch

Apple on Tuesday released WatchKit, the company's software building tool for Apple Watch, and developers have already discovered a flaw in the operating system's design.

Apple gives a big win to Samsung

Samsung will make the majority of chips for future iPhones and iPads starting in 2016, according to Korea Times. This is a big win for Samsung.

Taiwan chip designer produces low-priced smartphone

Smartphone chips manufactured by Taiwan’s MediaTek Inc. were mostly looked over by the big phone brands throughout the past decade.

iPhone 6 sales are exceeding expectations

In the first 30 days after its release the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have sold better than expected, with sales surpassing all other iPhone models.

Man buys 99 iPhones to propose to girlfriend, gets rejected

A Chinese man went all out this week on his girlfriend, buying 99 iPhone 6 units and arranging them publicly in a heart shape before proposing to her. Unfortunately, the gesture didn't achieve its intended affect and she rejected him.

Global excitement around Apple’s newest iPhone stretches to China

When Apple announced its plans to release two new iPhones, the news set off a tremor that went all the way around the world. In China, the world’s largest mobile market, people are lining up to purchase the newest version of smartphone technology.
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