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Apple denies knowledge of, assistance in NSA iPhone spyware

Apple denies knowledge of, assistance in NSA iPhone spyware

Apple, reacting to news the U.S. National Security Agency worked on iPhone spyware to monitor users, says it has not cooperated with the NSA on such projects.

Apple reports adoption of iOS 7 has reached 78 percent

Apple's latest version of iOS, iOS 7, is now installed on 78 percent of all iPhones, iPads, and iPods, the Cupertino, Calif., company says.
Smartphone app meant to warn Australians of fire risk comes under fire

Smartphone app meant to warn Australians of fire risk comes under fire

Some residents of Australia's Victoria state say a government smartphone app meant to warn of fire danger has either failed to work or created false alarms.

Mission to test laser communications across space distances a success

NASA says tests using spacecraft in orbit around the moon confirm the potential of using lasers to communicate across space.

App downloads set holiday record despite maturing market

App downloads over the holidays managed to set a record despite a slowing of the annual increase in a maturing market, a U.S. mobile analytic firm says.

Social networking up in U.S., Facebook leads in total numbers

Nearly three-quarters of online adults now use a social networking site of some kind with Facebook the dominant platform, a survey found.

China to upgrade homegrown GPS to improve accuracy

China says it will have 30 satellites in its Beidou navigation system by 2020 to improve accuracy to within inches to better compete with the U.S.GPS.

Thieves used USB sticks to infect ATMs, withdraw large amounts of cash

Cyber thieves cut and drilled their way into European cash machines in order to infect them with malware this year, security researchers say.

New computer memory can hold data 20 years without power

Researchers in Singapore say they've developed new computer memory that can store more data and keep it intact 20 times longer than current magnetic memory.
Only lawyers profit as tech giants go to war over patents

Only lawyers profit as tech giants go to war over patents

Technology companies have research and development departments, design staffs, factories to build their products, sales and marketing departments to convince consumers to buy them -- and increasingly, it seems, lawyers to bicker and sue over patents.
JIM ALGAR, United Press International

Bank robberies decrease as criminals switch to cyber-crime

Bank robberies in Britain have dropped 90 percent in the last decade as criminals find greater rewards in targeting financial services online, figures indicate.

Study: Teens abandoning Facebook, leaving it 'dead and buried'

Teenagers are abandoning Facebook in large numbers, citing their parents as the biggest deterrent to their using the service, a European study found.

Microscope and smartphone camera may help diagnose skin cancer

A small thumb-size microscope used with a smartphone camera could help in diagnosing possible skin cancers, a Canadian computer scientist says.

Google files countersuit against patent holding group Rockstar

Google has filed a lawsuit against an Apple- and Microsoft-backed patent group alleging its "patent dragnet" has damaged Google's Android platform.

Britain's Met Office to begin offering space weather forecasts

Britain's weather service said it will begin providing early warnings of solar storms that can disrupt satellites, radio communications and power grids.

U.N. human rights chief: Internet privacy a basic human right

The United Nations' human rights chief says the uproar over mass surveillance recalls the kind of response that helped defeat apartheid in South Africa.

Israeli researchers say Samsung S4 phone has security vulnerability

Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, has a security flaw that could let malicious software track emails and record data communications, experts say.

Network provider: Christmas Internet traffic likely to break record

A surge in Internet traffic at Christmas likely will break records and make 2013 the most digital holiday period ever, U.K. service provider Virgin Media says.

Slovenian hacker gets jail for writing malware behind global botnet

A Slovenian hacker accused of being behind a botnet that hijacked about 12.7 million computers around the world has been sentenced to 5 years in jail.

Smartphones seen as aid to beneficial behaviors, goal achievements

Smartphones, sometimes seen as a distraction, could be the opposite by helping users stay attentive to achieve goals, a U.S. researcher says.
Apple, China Mobile deal to provide iPhone in China

Apple, China Mobile deal to provide iPhone in China

Apple and China Mobile announced a multiyear agreement allowing the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant to offer its iPhone in the world's largest mobile market.
Spacewalkers finish tasks ahead of schedule

Spacewalkers finish tasks ahead of schedule

Two U.S. astronauts completed an emergency spacewalk to repair part of the International Space Station ahead of schedule and without incident, NASA said.

Chinese president congratulates Bolivia on launch of first satellite

China sent the first Bolivian communications satellite into orbit early Saturday morning from the Xichang launch center, officials said.
Mars rover Curiosity gets software upgrade, improved capabilities

Mars rover Curiosity gets software upgrade, improved capabilities

NASA says its Mars rover Curiosity has had a technology "tuneup," a software upgrade that will advance the rover's capabilities.

European Commission rejects latest Google bid to end antitrust case

The European Commission says it is rejecting Google's latest proposals to settle a 3-year-old antitrust case, calling them "not acceptable."
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