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Feds Indict Spy App Maker

Feds Indict Spy App Maker
U.S. authorities have charged a Pakistani man for allegedly marketing and selling a mobile app designed for stalking by monitoring all the activities of any iPhone, Blackberry or Android phone.
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Apple Sorry for Week of Fiascos
Since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit stores, the highs of Apple's record-breaking sales have been quickly overtaken by a number of lows -- iOS 8 featured multiple bugs and the devices even seemed to warp.
FBI Slams Apple, Google Over Privacy
The recent moves by Apple and Google to increase privacy protections on their smartphones has drawn strong criticism from the director of the FBI and other law enforcement officials.
New BlackBerry Aims for Business
Struggling Canadian company BlackBerry has launched Passport, its newest smartphone, which has a distinctively square 4.5-inch screen. Marketing gimmick or innovative new design?
Samsung Alpha Focuses on Design
Apple filled a gaping hole in its product lineup with new iPhones with larger screens like Samsung's Galaxy. Now, Samsung is coming out with a smaller phone that looks and feels more like an iPhone.
iPhone 6 Plus Users Bent Out of Shape
Device's vulnerability raises furor.
Report: Apple iOS 8 Crashing Apps
Older devices worst offenders.
Samsung Tries To Beat Apple to China
Releases Galaxy Note 4 before iPhone.
BlackBerry Squares Off Against Rivals
Phone has unusual screen, keyboard.
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