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It turns out a couple purchases on iTunes helped bring down the mastermind behind KickassTorrents, a popular file-sharing site.
AppleCare+ customers have filed a class-action lawsuit in California over refurbished Apple gear.
The U.S. has seized domains belonging to KickassTorrents, one of the most popular sites for illegal file sharing, and its alleged owner has been arrested.
A driver in New York state ran his car off the road and into a tree last night as a result of playing Pokémon Go.
Snapchat is being sued for exposing minors to sexually offensive content on the Discover section it offers in tandem with media partners.
He's also asking for 1.5 percent of all future iPhone sales—around $3.5 billion per year.
If you purchased an ebook from Amazon, credits could be automatically added to your account.
Some buyers of e-books will begin to receive payments Tuesday as part of a settlement in a price-fixing case against Apple.
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is facing a potential ban in China over a patent dispute.
After winning a patent case, VirnetX asked the judge to order Apple to stop using technology inside its iOS and Mac chat apps.
Have you ever been turned off by the lengthy “terms and conditions” and privacy policies of mobile apps and other online services?
Panic mode could give iPhone users a way to protect their data when the law fails to do so.
A new ‘panic mode’ for your iPhone might help keep your data more secure. And with the current legal decisions regarding Touch ID, this iOS feature is now vital.
Lyft has agreed to pay $27 million to settle a dispute with drivers in California, under pressure from the judge who found the earlier proposed payment of $12.25 million was too small.
Judges in the U.S. have ordered people to unlock their fingerprint-locked phones. Coercion by others remains an issue.
A judge is forcing a woman to unlock an iPhone with her fingerprints, but does this violate the Constitution?