FBI's iPhone hack raises troubling questions

The US Department of Justice says it was able to break into an iPhone without Apple's help, but it won't answer queries about the data it accessed. Meanwhile, some celebrities are spreading inaccurate information on Instagram's feed change, and Nintendo gets set to launch its first mobile app.

The legal battle between Apple and the FBI may be over for now, but we're left with many questions unanswered.

Now that the FBI says it was able to hack into an iPhone without Apple's help, CNET Update breaks down the concerns being raised over how it cracked Apple's encryption. But that's not the only tech drama: Instagram users are raising a stink about changes to the network, but not everything being said is accurate. Maybe we'll all be a little more chill on Thursday when our Miitomo personalities do the social networking for us.

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FBI's iPhone hack raises troubling questions

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