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Weird iOS 11 bug infuriates iPhone users by preventing them from typing the letter ‘i’ – here’s how to fix it

A bizarre bug in Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 11, is infuriating iPhone users. Several people have reported that every time they try to…

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Mac malware caught spying on computers

Mac users typically think they’re immune to malware. But a new strain used for spying reminds us even Macs can be compromised. Researchers have found…

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Sony, Microsoft Lobby Against Right To Repair Bills (Yet Refuse To Talk About It)

Last week, we noted how Apple was one of several companies lobbying against a right to repair bill in Nebraska. The bill would make it…

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Apple owes $14.5 billion in back taxes, European authorities say

European authorities ruled on Tuesday Apple struck a sweetheart deal with Ireland that allowed the tech giant to underpay its taxes by more than $14.5…

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Urgent Call to Action: Uninstall QuickTime for Windows Today

We’re putting the word out that everyone should follow Apple’s guidance and uninstall QuickTime for Windows as soon as possible. This is for two reasons….

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Apple stops patching QuickTime for Windows despite 2 active vulnerabilities

If your Windows computer is running Apple’s QuickTime media player, now would be a good time to uninstall it. The Windows app hasn’t received an…

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Bill Gates thinks Apple should help unlock an iPhone for the FBI

While many of Silicon Valley’s heavyweights have expressed support for Apple in its battle with the government over unlocking the San Bernardino killer’s iPhone, Bill…

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JOHN MCAFEE: I’ll decrypt the San Bernardino iPhone

John McAfee is running for president as a member of the Libertarian Party.This is an op-ed article he wrote and gave us permission to run. Using…

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Google CEO stands firm with Apple

Apple has another friend in its fight against the FBI. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has come out in support of Apple (AAPL, Tech30), which is…

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Feds Say Apple Has Unlocked Suspects’ iPhones ‘At Least’ 70 Times in the Past

The US government wants Apple to unlock an old iPhone because the company has done it “many times before”—specifically “at least” 70 since 2008, according…

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