Tag Archive: Attorney

Attorney general defends iPhone hacking on Stephen Colbert’s show

With a growing number of people siding with Apple in its privacy standoff with the U.S. government, United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch attempted some damage control last night by appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to defend the FBI’s position. Check out her appearance below. Among other topics, Lynch discussed whether or not Apple […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Attorney general wants to quiz Tim Cook about Apple Watch privacy

Tim Cook may have been on the receiving end of welcoming notes from other watchmakers now the Apple Watch has been announced, but not every note has been so friendly. On Monday, the office of Connecticut attorney general George Jepsen revealed…Read more ›

No objections, your honor: English-language Ace Attorney – Duel Destinies on the way

Yesterday we wrote about the exciting news that Ace Attorney 5 (known outside Japan as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies) had landed in the Japanese App Store. Although it came with no official announcement of an English language release,…Read more ›

Order in court! Ace Attorney 5 launches in the Japanese App Store

Originally released exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013, Capcom has dropped the fifth instalment of its superb Ace Attorney series into the Japanese App Store, seemingly without any warning. The game (which was heavily praised upon its release) follows the…Read more ›

S.F. District Attorney Says He’s Pleased With iOS 7 Activation Lock

activationlockiOS7One of Apple’s biggest antagonist regarding smartphone theft says that he’s pretty happy with the improved security features of iOS 7. After announcing his efforts last week to test Apple’s new security lock, San Francisco District Attorney, George Gascón says that Apple’s Activation Lock is a “clear improvement” over previous solutions aimed at deterring thieves […]

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NY Attorney General Presses Apple And Google On Stopping Device Thefts


iPhone theft has become a huge issue in big city like New York City. In fact, Mayor Bloomberg says the iPhone was responsible for New York City’s first increase in crime in 20 years.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is supposedly pretty tired of his constituents getting their iPhones stolen from them, so he’s written a public letter to Tim Cook asking why Apple isn’t doing more to stop iPhone  [Read More…]

Mac Setups: The Desk of a Contracts Attorney & Amateur Photographer

Contracts Attorney Mac setup

This weeks extremely impressive Mac setup comes to us from Albert M., a contracts attorney by day who is a serious amateur photographer in his spare time. With a range of powerful Apple hardware, tons of storage, and one of the best DSLR cameras around, this is one of those ultimate setups that could handle just about any task in style. From left to right you’ll find:

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Objection! Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney HD Trilogy Comes To iOS This Fall

Capcom announced today the upcoming release of three of its wacky courtroom games to the iPhone and iPad. Originally released on Nintendo’s dual screened handhelds, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will include all three of the Phoenix Wright games, with Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations stepping up to the courtroom bar.

Not only will the entirety of all three classic games appear on iOS, but  [Read More…]

Day Seven of Samsung-Apple Trial Finds More Attorney Battles

In the latest drama in the contentious Apple-Samsung patent trial, Samsung accused Apple of trying to extend the range of authorship of its patent holdings through sales figures of global products not covered by U.S. law.

Lawyers for Samsung explained that three phones that have been repeatedly used as examples of exact replication by Apple are not, in fact, sold in the US and have been trying to throw them out of  [Read More…]

Massachusetts Attorney General Wants Answers From Apple About iTunes Credit Card Fraud

In my home state of Massachusetts, a fight is brewing between Apple and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, after the latter had her stolen credit card fraudulently drained using iTunes, and Cupertino barely lifted a finger to help her.   Threatpost reports that after having her credit card info stolen during a trip to New Hampshire, the thieves first tried to buy a laptop from Dell using the card number.  [Read More…]