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Feds say wireless auction off to a good start

TV broadcasters are willing to play ball in the government's auction of valuable airwaves to mobile operators, the FCC says Friday.

By April 29, 2016


Feds don't need Apple's help in New York either

"An individual" gave them the passcode to a Brooklyn drug dealer's iPhone, and they used that to unlock the device.

By April 22, 2016


Feds renew push for Apple's help cracking iPhone in NY case

The Department of Justice wants Apple to pull data off an iPhone 5S used by a drug dealer.

By April 8, 2016


VW and the feds might miss yet another Dieselgate 'deadline'

A judge gave both parties an extra month to reach a conclusion, but it appears that might not be enough time.

By April 6, 2016


Feds have asked Google for help breaking into phones, too

It's not just iPhones. The government has asked the search giant to help it get into phones running Google's Android mobile software.

By March 30, 2016


Apple could learn how the feds unlocked an iPhone

A case in Brooklyn may determine if the FBI has to disclose how it unlocked the iPhone tied to the San Bernardino terror attack.

By March 30, 2016


Feds get data off terrorist's iPhone without Apple's help

That ends this particular legal battle between Apple and the FBI, but the broader debate over privacy and security lives on.

By March 28, 2016


Feds kick VW's can farther down the road, extending Dieselgate deadline

The March 24 deadline passes without an agreement, although all parties involved claim progress is being made.

By March 25, 2016


Apple engineers mull quitting if feds win iPhone battle

Some employees might stage their own type of civil disobedience rather than create a custom version of iOS needed to unlock an iPhone tied to the San Bernardino shootings.

By March 18, 2016


WhatsApp faces standoff with feds over its message encryption

A judge has approved a wiretap via WhatsApp in a criminal investigation, but first the messages would need to be decoded.

By March 14, 2016