Apple to Design Its Own Servers to Avoid Unauthorized Government Snooping

Apple to Design Its Own Servers to Avoid Unauthorized Government Snooping

By Carrie Ann - Mar 26, 2016

Apple might have gotten respite in its fight with the FBI over iPhone unlocking, but that doesn’t mean the war over customer privacy and public security are finished. The Cuperti

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Apple Inks a Deal with Google Cloud Platform

Apple Inks a Deal with Google Cloud Platform

By Carrie Ann - Mar 17, 2016

In a bid to diversify its iCloud storage, Apple has reportedly forged an enterprise cloud agreement with Alphabet’s Google, wherein a significant portion of the iPhone maker

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Apple issues security warning for iCloud following reports of hacks in China

Apple issues security warning for iCloud following reports of hacks in China

By Anna Domanska - Oct 27, 2014

On Tuesday, Apple posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service amid reports of a determined effort to intercept customer information and other data

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Biggest Non-Governmental Hack … Apple’s iCloud Breached by Dutch-Moroccan Hackers

Biggest Non-Governmental Hack … Apple’s iCloud Breached by Dutch-Moroccan Hackers

By Anna Domanska - May 22, 2014

iPhone theft accounts to half the crimes in cities like New York and San Francisco, pushing law makers in to imposing legislations that require smartphones to have a kill-switch. T

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“Post-PC” Era Leaders iOS5 & iCloud unveiled by Jobs at Apple’s WWDC

“Post-PC” Era Leaders iOS5 & iCloud unveiled by Jobs at Apple’s WWDC

By Richard Meryn - Jun 07, 2011

Explaining the central theme of his presentation at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) yesterday, Scott Forstall, senior vice president of the iPhone Software at Appl

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