Police Find Dead Body At Apple's Headquarters

US | Christian Datoc
Sheriffs Find Dead Body At Apple's Headquarters (Shutterstock)

WARNING: Graphic dispatch audio

Forget 'Candy Crush.' This Smartphone Game Lets You Build Trump's 'Great Wall'

Tech | Christian Datoc
Foregt Candy Crush ... Trump Gives THIS Smart Phone Game Two Thumbs Up (Great Wall of America/Getty Images)

‘Great Wall of America’ will make the App Store great again

Leaked Senate Bill Demands Gov't Access To ALL Data On ANY App, And It Has The Tech World Furious

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos
FILE -- FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF the soccer federation that governs North America Central America and the Caribbean in Miami Beach

‘Ludicrous, dangerous, technically illiterate’

Saudi Arabia's Oil Apocalypse Plan Is A $2 Trillion Piggy Bank

Daily Caller News Foundation | JP Carroll
File photo of Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reacting upon his arrival at the Elysee Palace in Paris

Kingdom looking to get out of oil business

Apple Panics, Begs Government To Provide Details On How It Cracked The iPhone

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Apple Supporters Protest In Front Of FBI Headquarters In Washington DC

‘One way or another, Apple needs to figure out the details’

DOJ Unlocks Terrorist's iPhone, Says It Doesn't Need Apple's Help After All

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Apple Introduces New Products

‘From a legal standpoint, what happened in the San Bernardino case doesn’t mean the fight is over’

Israeli Company May Be FBI's Solution To Cracking The iPhone

Daily Caller News Foundation | Russ Read
The new iPhone SE is seen on display during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Israeli company may have found the solution

FBI Now Says It Doesn't Need Apple's Help To Unlock Terrorist's IPhone

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos
Workers prepare for the opening of an Apple store in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province in this January 23, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/Chance Chan/Files

Just kidding!

Silicon Valley's First Comic Con Is Here, And It Has Crazy New Tech

Tech | Katie Frates

Showcasing apps like YakSee, a new take on global connectivity

McCaul's Commission Embraces Compromise And Rational Discourse

Opinion | Ryan Hagemann
Rep. Mike McCaul

The proposed Commission will enable real engagement and offer cooler heads a chance to prevail — but only if Congress sanctions it.

Apple, The FBI, And The Real Meaning Of The First Amendment

Opinion | Ron Fein and Danny Gifford
Pedestrians walk past the Apple store on 5th Avenue on February 23, 2016 in New York, NY. Protestors gathered outside the store to support Apple's decision to resist the FBI's pressure for Apple to build a "backdoor" to the iPhone of Syed Rizwan, one of the two San Bernardino shooters. Photo by Bryan Thomas/Getty Images

The prescription and license plate reader stories should give pause to privacy advocates who are cheering for Apple.

UN To Apple: Don't Give In To FBI Request To Crack Terrorist iPhone

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Pedestrians walk past the Apple store on 5th Avenue on February 23, 2016 in New York, NY. Protestors gathered outside the store to support Apple's decision to resist the FBI's pressure for Apple to build a "backdoor" to the iPhone of Syed Rizwan, one of the two San Bernardino shooters. Photo by Bryan Thomas/Getty Images

‘It is potentially a gift to authoritarian regimes, as well as to criminal hackers’

The Federal Government Awakens Apple's Litigation Giant

Opinion | Peter Roff
File photo of Apple logo at the Apple store in Munich

The fact that Apple was able to wage a war with patents deemed obvious and, therefore, invalid is amazing.

ACLU Files Brief Supporting Apple In San Bernardino Case

US | Toni Ann Booras
An Apple staff member demonstrates a new Verizon iPhone 4 at Verizon's iPhone 4 launch event in New York, in this file picture taken January 11, 2011. (Brendan McDermid/REUTERS)

‘Law enforcement may not commandeer innocent third parties into becoming its undercover agents, its spies, or its hackers’

McAfee: Cracking San Bernardino Terrorist's Phone Literally 'A Half-Hour Job'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Anti-Virus Software Magnate John McAfee Back In U.S. After Fleeing Belize For Guatemala

‘I’m going to tell the world exactly how we do this.’

In The Case Of Apple V. FBI, Congress Should Be The Judge

Opinion | Rep. Doug Collins
Director Comey: Apple, FBI Dispute Is 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government' (Getty Images)

This isn’t just about one case. It’s about if the government can mandate weakened technological protections for one phone, for any phone

Former NSA Chief: 'I Am Broadly With Apple'

Tech | Kerry Picket
Apple

‘I get the threat of cyber terrorism. I get the threat of crime’

FBI Director: Apple, FBI Dispute Is 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government'

Tech | Christian Datoc
Director Comey: Apple, FBI Dispute Is 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government' (Getty Images)

‘The San Bernardino litigation isn’t about trying to set a precedent or send any kind of message’

Bill Gates Backs FBI iPhone Hack Request

Tech | Carly Rolph
Microsoft founder Gates attends a session of World Economic Forum in Davos

‘Apple has access to the information… They’re just refusing to provide access’

Napolitano: If Apple Breaks iPhone Encryption, The Chinese Will Know How 'In Less Than A Week'

Politics | Steve Guest

Once encryption paradigm is broken ‘forget about it, nothing will be private, nothing will be sacred’