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Apple’s Touch ID privacy flaw just got worse

When Apple launched its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, it had a troublesome flaw. Now that the company is allowing the sensor to be used by outside developers, that problem has potentially metastasized. Touch ID will recognize up to five fingerprints. Those Read More →

Apple set to release iOS 8

Updated iPhone and iPad owners, get ready for some new goodies -- and maybe a few bugs. Apple on Wednesday is releasing iOS 8, the latest version of its operating system for handheld devices. The new software looks Read More →

Apple making big leaps with new iPhones, iOS

When it comes to adding new features to its mobile devices and handheld operating system, Apple usually sticks with incremental progress. But with its new iPhones¬†and the latest version of its operating system, Apple Read More →

Tech Files First Look: LG’s new G3 smartphone sports laser, high-resolution screen

SAN FRANCISCO -- LG is a major player in the consumer electronics industry as a whole, but is a minor player when it comes to smartphones. The company is hoping to change that. Taking a page from arch-rival Read More →

FCC vote could take neutrality out of net neutrality

"There is one Internet. It must be fast, it must be robust, and it must be open," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said this morning. And with that, the FCC voted to move forward with a plan that will make the Read More →

Comcast disingenuously fires back at Netflix

Netflix's newly announced opposition to Comcast's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable is about protecting the streaming media company's bottom line, not its customers, a Comcast official charged on Monday. In laying out its case against the merger, the Los Gatos Read More →
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