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Mark Zuckerberg Supports Apple, Strongly Opposes Creating Backdoors For Law Enforcers

The US government has appeared in a row with Apple centering unlocking of encrypted data of an iPhone allegedly used by a terrorist. Apple opposes the demand citing creation of backdoors for the law enforcers, may lead to a potential abuse. Supporting Apple stand, Mark Zuckerberg has pledged playing due rolls in its fight while addressing in the Mobile World Congress on Monday.

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Ford Announced Plan to Triple Investment on Semi-Automous Driving Technologies Leading Up To Driverless Cars

Ford announced that the company will devote more resources to develop semi-autonomous driving technologies, as they aim to invest triple the amount of investment in the technologies. Some of Ford's cars already have some semi-autonomous technology in them, as with the updated version of Ford Kuga unveiled along with the announcement.

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Apple Plans Yet Another Billion Dollar Bond Sale for Buybacks and Dividends

Apple Inc. offers second largest bond sale this year for its capital return plan. The Company has released its fifth multibillion dollar offering since 2013.

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John McAfee Volunteers Decoding San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

Apple and FBI want to resolve their feud over the decryption of the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter but the giant tech company turned FBI's request. John McAfee, inventor of the McAfee software, offers assistance to solve the case.

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Apple Finds Allies with Facebook and Twitter Over FBI Case

Apple found support from Facebook and Twitter that it should not be forced to help FBI in unlocking the smartphone of one of the San Bernardino mass shooting assailants, Farook. Even if Apple unlocked phones in the past for solving criminal investigations, it is still the company' best interest to protect their privacy of their customers.

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Tim Cook Opposed The Court Order Demanding Apple to Bypass iPhone's Security

Apple CEO Tim Cook made an official statement appealing the court order to provide assistance breaking into an iPhone owned by one of San Bernardino mass shooter. Cook argued that helping law enforcements creating a backdoor to bypass the device’s security is something the company cannot and will not do in order to protect its customers from a greater danger.

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Carl Icahn Slashed Shares, While Tiger Global Acquire $10.6 Million Shares in Apple

Carl Icahn reduced his shares in Apple by $7 million, along with other big hedge funds. Meanwhile, Tiger Global Management acquire more shares in the Cupertino-based company.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 Information Leaked Ahead of February 21 Schedule

Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 were set to be introduced on February 21. However, both the device’s details have been leaked on the internet, revealing most of the phone’s highlighted features. Both the 2016 flagship device will have a fingerprint scanner, along with other innovations.

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Apple Sponsors 2016 Met Gala, Making Its Name In The Fashion World

Apple is sponsoring one of fashion’s biggest and most prestigious event, the Met Gala. This year’s exhibition will feature works that highlight the dynamics of human craftsmanship and technology in creating high-end fashion. Apple will also be involved in the exhibition’s music department using its Apple Music.

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Additional Million Subscribers For Apple Music in a Month, Catching Up With Competitor

Apple Music has gained another million subscribers, following its previous 10 million members. It means that Apple is chasing to compete tightly with its competitor, Spotify.

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Apple Replacement of MacBook USB Charging Cables Caused By Design Issue

Apple is replacing the Macbook USB charging cables, especially on a number of devices that were released before June 2005. These old charging cables are said to have design issues that make the laptop unable to charge appropriately.

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Sole Firm to Make iPhone 7 Processor

Apple is rumored to have selected Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company as its sole manufacturer of the processor chip for iPhone 7. This puts Samsung, its other chip maker, out of the equation. TSMC is now all set to roll production for the superior A10 chips in June.

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VTech to acquire US toy maker LeapFrog

VTech Holdings said that it has entered into an agreement to acquire electronic toymaker LeapFrog in an all cash offer. The electronic learning toy maker will fund the acquisition with the internal resources.

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Apple Plans To Transform iPhone Apps To Android Compatible Versions Aiming To Boost Revenue

Apple has tasted the sweet of transforming iPhone apps to Android compatible versions through Apple Music in 2015. In addition to introduce versatile range of products, Apple CEO has announced the future plan in a company wide meeting. Analysts have presumed that Apple is considering every feasible mean to boost up revenue earnings.

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Apple Convicted For Patent Infringement, Ruled To Pay $625.6 million To VirnetX By East Texas Court

VirnetX has been in the limelight for its achievement in realizing $223 million from Microsoft in out of court settlements. Now the patent litigation company has won a court verdict that instructs Apple to pay $625.6 million for patent infringement issues. VirnetX has claimed for $532 million initially, but Apple’s deliberate infringement over the patented products has reportedly increased the amount.

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