Technically Incorrect: A Quebec resident believes his cell phone is personal. So when Canadian border agents wanted to search it, he says no.
After a driver's OnStar alert system reportedly gives inaccurate locations for a crash, the local police department's tech geek thinks fast, breaks into the driver's iPad at her home and finds her via an Apple app.
The beginning of the new year is a great time to reset all of your passcodes and log-ins for key Web sites. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some tips for creating complicated passwords and ways to store that information to keep it safe.
A few states have begun the journey toward offering a digital version of your driver's license that would reside on your phone. But the going could be stop and go for a while.
The exec in charge of Apple Pay tells CNET at a Golden State Warriors game that the mobile payments service will work on the company's new smartwatch as long as the device has been unlocked with a passcode or through an iPhone.
Technically Incorrect: Apple's head of design says in an interview that there are emotional reasons why the iPhone needs regular recharging.
A Wisconsin woman's phone is recovered months after a crash in which her daughter and two nieces, whom she was driving, were killed. She is being charged with homicide.
CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay has been incredibly successful as the company prepares to add the capability to its new Apple Watch.
Apple is making an ambitious foray into high-end jewelry that wires bodies and our health to the Web. The device's price will range from $350 for the lowest-end model to $550 for the middle-tier steel model and at least $10,000 for the gold high-end model.
Technically Incorrect: A British man posts a scurrilous and bogus review on Google about an American lawyer, for no apparent reason. He is found guilty of libel.