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FBI considering “legal and technical options“ in a case similar to San Bernardino shooting

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) looked into “legal and technical options” for breaking into another terrorists’s iPhone. Wired reports that potential prospect of a second legal showdown between Apple and the Bureau was raised in a statement issued today by the FBI.... Read the rest of this post here "FBI considering “legal and technical […]

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‘Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location’ Not Delayed for Being Too Scary, Now Available on Steam

Scott Cawthon has released Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location onto Steam today. The game isn't on mobile yet, but as per Cawthon's usualy release schedule, expect it sometime shortly after the desktop version releases. This latest entry in the FNAF franchise will have you trying to survive a few nights as the late night

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Google Maps gains redesigned iOS 10 widgets for “Nearby Transit” and “Travel Times”

Google yesterday bumped its mapping application for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to version 4.23, adding a few new features including revamped widgets for “Nearby Transit” and “Travel Times” that now adhere to iOS 10’s new design style for widgets. In Google Maps 4.23 for iOS, you can now upload photos along with your reviews […]

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Verizon trials drones as flying cell towers to plug holes in internet coverage

Verizon's recent trials involved an unmanned aircraft with a 17-foot (5.2 m) wingspan

Verizon has joined the likes of Facebook, Google and fellow telecommunications giant AT&T in exploring the potential of internet-connected unmanned aircraft. While its vision involves expanding 4G coverage across the US, it has an immediate focus on shoring up communications for first responders in emergency situations, and recently carried out trials to that effect.

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Appeals Court reinstates Samsung owes Apple $119.6 million in slide-to-unlock lawsuit verdict

A three-judge panel was actually wrong to toss out of the window the $119.6 million verdict in a longstanding lawsuit that involves Apple’s patented slide-to-unlock gesture that the iPhone maker had sued Samsung over a few years back. As Bloomberg reports, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has now ordered the trial judge […]

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