Cupertino Mayor Wants Apple To Be A Better NeighborThe mayor of Cupertino is feeling the bite of Apple and wants the tech giant to be a better neighbor.
Cupertino Mayor Accuses Apple Of ‘Abuse’ For Paying Low Taxes To CityThe Mayor of Cupertino is criticizing Apple, saying one of the world’s most valuable companies pays too little in taxes as the infrastructure in its hometown crumbles.
Apple Loses Lawsuit In China Over iPhone NameApple Inc. has lost a legal fight with a Chinese company that a Beijing court says is allowed to use the iPhone name on wallets and handbags.
Coroner Determines Man's Death At Apple Headquarters Was SuicideThe Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office has determined that a man found dead Wednesday morning outside Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino died by suicide.
Investor Carl Icahn Sells Stake In Apple For $2B ProfitBillionaire investor Carl Icahn has sold his stake in Apple, citing concerns about the giant tech company’s prospects in China.
Man Found Dead At Apple Headquarters In CupertinoA man was found dead at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, authorities confirmed Wednesday morning.
FBI Says It Won't Reveal How It Accessed Locked iPhoneThe FBI says it won't publicly disclose the method that allowed it to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
IPhone Sales Down; Apple Reports 1st Revenue Drop Since ‘03Apple says quarterly revenue fell for the first time in more than a decade, as iPhone sales fell compared with a year ago.
Next Apple Watch May Have Cellular DataA year after its debut, the Apple Watch may soon break free from the iPhone. The tech giant is reportedly adding cellular connectivity to the device.
Feinstein's Anti-Encryption Bill Provokes Fear In Silicon Valley Tech FirmsU.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) is making enemies in Silicon Valley with a new anti-encryption bill.
FBI iPhone Hack May Have Cost $1 MillionFBI Director James Comey hinted at an event in London on Thursday that the FBI paid more than $1 million to break into the locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
FBI: Using Third Parties To Break Encryption Not Only Answer The FBI is facing an increasing struggle to access readable information and evidence from digital devices because of default encryption, a senior FBI official told members of Congress at a hearing on digital encryption Tuesday.

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