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Breaking Bad- Is The FBI Accessing Your Iphone Bad for America?

Apple hit back Thursday with a motion asking that the order be dropped. Other American tech giants, such as Microsoft, Google, Twitter , Facebook and Yahoo!, have expressed support for Apple, having themselves been on the receiving end of pressure from USA law enforcement.

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Bill Gates Backs FBI In Their Case Against Apple

Apple Inc, seems to be losing its battle against the government , as the majority of United States citizens in a survey sided with the Department of Justice saying that the company should unlock the iPhone of the San Bernardino gunman. But Apple has resisted, contending that such a breach of security could not be contained and would expose countless iPhone users to unreasonable risks.

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Samsung G7 vs LG G5: Who's The Winner?

The two companies have been developing in concert for some time to bring VR to the forefront in what they hope is a way that competitors will not be able to match. Huawei is better known for its capable Android-based phones, but it's just announced a Windows 10 hybrid laptop called the MateBook , which features the MatePen stylus, an Intel Core M CPU and a hi-res 2,560 x 1,440 LED touchscreen.

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IPhone encryption: Bill Gates says Federal Bureau of Investigation right to ask for access

The agency, which took possession of the phone, believes those questions might be answered by a thorough inspection of Farook's Apple iPhone. Farook's iPhone came into the FBI's custody after he and his wife, who were inspired by Islamic State, died in a gun battle with police.

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American box office for second weekend

The movie's estimated $55 million second weekend was enough to snag first place, and a 10-day total of more than $235 million leaves all-time R-rated box office record - held by The Passion of the Christ , with $370 million - in striking distance.

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Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft pledge support for Apple

Mr. Olson, welcome to the program. Ted Olson is one of the most prominent lawyers working in America today. Getting a read on Microsoft's proclivities regarding software and government intervention was seemingly as hard as getting a cat to walk on a leash (try it, if you haven't).