Yes, it seems US and UK spy agencies tried to snoop on people's smartphones, the company says. But privacy and security harm to users is limited by Gemalto's own network security and newer encryption used on modern networks.
But under federal law, health insurance companies don't have to encrypt user data.
Losing your phone is awful, but if you're working with your carrier and law enforcement to recover it, they may need your IMEI number.
A British man steals a tablet from a charity store and, eight days later, tries to donate it back because he can't get it to run.
A Houston woman says she traced her allegedly stolen iPhone 6, which she'd handed to a teen to call his mom, to a local Starbucks. However, she claims she was barred by her barista.
A Texas man's surveillance camera catches someone allegedly taking a sweater for the man's son from the man's doorstep. His Facebook friends help get the package back.
Lost your iPhone? Don't fret. CNET's Dan Graziano shows you how to disable Apple Pay and erase all of your old data.
An investigation of what may be the world's largest credit card breach reveals hackers didn't just grab 56 million credit card numbers -- they stole tens of millions of email addresses, too.
An advisory committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus meets Thursday to consider what expectations of privacy Americans should have.
Even though a thief isn't likely to have your fingerprint, it's still a good idea to disable Apple Pay when you lose an iPhone.