From the Cheapskate: Huh? A BlackBerry? It's not what you think: This one runs Android, but still delivers that beloved 'Berry keyboard.
But the review of data on the phone used by a terrorist involved in the December shootings continues, according to CBS News.
Fallout 4's second expansion arrives tomorrow, April 12; here's the exact moment you can pick it up.
The letter was sent in response to inquiries from local police about about whether the FBI would share how it gained access to the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
A case in Brooklyn may determine if the FBI has to disclose how it unlocked the iPhone tied to the San Bernardino terror attack.
The Feds have found a way into the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone with help from an unknown third party, but bigger security questions remain for Apple.
From the Cheapskate: That's for the 8GB GSM model; it's also available with 16GB for $134.99. Either way you get a free case. Grab this as a backup phone or maybe a starter phone for your kid.
The FBI is lying about its inability to hack into an iPhone used by a shooter in December's San Bernardino massacre, says the NSA whistleblower.
In an interview with ABC News, Apple's CEO reiterates that helping the FBI unlock an iPhone linked to a terrorist attack would set a dangerous precedent.
The court ruling is the latest in the tug-of-war between tech companies and law enforcement officials over the use of encryption.