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First Apple introduced a fingerprint sensor to unlock its latest iPhone 5 device. Now, the company says it’s been awarded the rights for another security patent — for facial technology.
Target, Kohl's and home-shopping network QVC are among a half dozen retailers opening technology test labs in the San Francisco area to do things like improve their websites and create mobile shopping apps.
A brand new iPad Air that was supposed to be used for a demonstration model for customers exploded and burst into flames, forcing the Australian store to close so firefighters could clear the scene.
Apple CEO Tim Cook penned an op-ed article in Monday's Wall Street Journal to urge the passage of a federal law that would protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees from discrimination in the workplace.
Jaylon Smith and Eilar Hardy combined to snuff out an end-around by Navy's Shawn Lynch on fourth-and-4 in Irish territory, and Notre Dame held on 38-34 Saturday.
Investors expressed mixed reactions Monday to Apple's fourth-quarter earnings report, as revenues ticked up, but profit fell sharply by 8 percent for the technology giant that once ruled Silicon Valley
Investigators say Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed was shot multiple times in what may have been a robbery.
An online survey conducted by a website company aimed at identifying product discounts for customers found that while most single men said they were happy with their girlfriends, a handful of them would ditch their current love interests if they got an iPhone 5 in exchange.
With a government shutdown two days away, House Republicans powered their latest stopgap spending bill through the chamber early Sunday morning, trying yet again to put a dent in Obamacare while vowing they don't want a shutdown.
A hacking group from Germany says it has discovered how to breach the biometrics security system of the new iPhone 5S.
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Contemporary computers come to consumers ready and willing to generate myriad distractions that ostensibly prevent work from getting done. And it’s such a new phenomenon that there’s really no historic precedent.
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Civil rights activist Al Sharpton suggested in a radio broadcast on Tuesday that’s making the rounds on YouTube that Apple is too white, and needs to add some black faces to executive-level positions.
The Obama administration's former top cop on intellectual property rights is about to become the top lobbyist for one of the leading software industry trade groups.