A court in Munich has ruled in favor of Qualcomm Tech against Apple—whom it alleges infringed patents on the tech company’s battery-saving technology. Apple plans to appeal the verdict, however Qualcomm paid a €1.3 billion ($1.2 billion) bond to get the iPhone models 7 and 8 (the models which use the technology in question) off … Continued
A report released yesterday by the Inspector General for the Department of the Interior concluded that National Park Service (NPS) officials did not alter records on crowd sizes at President Donald Trump’s inauguration. The report also found that NPS officials did not leak unauthorized information to the press about a phone call between Trump and Acting … Continued
The blue light emitted by your smartphone is disrupting your sleep, and possibly your health.
[DIGEST: CBS, Fortune] The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has found nothing of significance on the iPhone 5c used by San Bernardino gunman Syed Rizwan Farook. The FBI spent many months analyzing the phone’s contents, under the belief might hold clues about the plans and contacts of the attackers, who killed 14 people during a … Continued
[DIGEST: Wall Street Journal, New York Times] In court papers filed on Monday, the government announced it had cracked the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters and no longer needs Apple’s help to unlock the device. The government intends to drop the legal case against the company. Apple made headlines last month … Continued