Apple's CEO won't comply with an order to crack open the iPhone to help with the investigation of the San Bernardino terror attack. The FBI calls it a matter of national security, but Apple says it will derail privacy.
A new piece of malware targeting Macs was discovered this week. It's called Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor and here's everything you need to know about it and keeping your Mac safe.
Allowing attackers to hijack systems, the malware comes disguised as a fake file converter available at reputable download sites, Bitdefender warns.
George Washington, iPhone, and the history of encryption.
Technically Incorrect: John Chen still finds fault with Apple's refusal to unlock a terrorist's iPhone, arguing that companies must pitch in "if the world is in danger."
Hideo Kojima even had to use a separate bathroom at E3 so no one would know he was there.
A new app dubbed System and Security Info will scope out your iPhone for potential security threats.
It's not thrilled by the prospect of US intelligence types using a data miner to rifle through user tweets without limit, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Earlier reports suggested the iPhone-unlocking mechanism cost as much as $1.3 million.
Calling digital security an "endless race," Craig Federighi criticizes the FBI for asking Apple to fall behind by building a backdoor into the iPhone.