Tag Archive: Evidence


FBI: It’s ‘too early’ to tell if gunman’s iPhone contains useful evidence

The FBI’s campaign against Apple has been called its biggest PR disaster in history, but were its efforts to hack the San Bernardino iPhone worth it? In the FBI’s own words, it’s still too soon to tell. According to a senior FBI official, the organization won’t reveal what — if anything — it’s learned until it’s […]

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

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Videotaped deposition of Steve Jobs will be key evidence in $350m Apple antitrust case

Previously unseen emails and a videotaped deposition of Steve Jobs is set to play a key part in a long-running class action antitrust lawsuit against Apple, which goes to trial this week. First filed back in 2005, the lawsuit argues that Apple…

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Fitbit data being used as evidence in court is world first

One way you can tell a technology is becoming mainstream is when it starts to have brushes with the law. We saw it in the 1980s with the first computer hacker trials, more recently with the appearance of Google Glass,…

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Tech Workers Want Evidence of Steve Jobs Bullying In Court Case

Apple is still waging a legal war with Samsung, but a new legal battle is looming on the horizon that threatens to entangle Apple with its foes Google, Adobe, and Intel against a pack of angry tech workers who say the four…

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New Evidence Shows Touch ID Sensor Is A Perfect Fit On Leaked iPad 5 Display [Video]

ipadfinger2Apple may or may not announce an iPad mini with Retina display in a couple weeks, but one thing that’s pretty much a given at this point is Touch ID coming to the iPad and iPad mini. We haven’t seen any leaked fingerprint sensor components for the upcoming iPad 5 hit the Internet yet, but […]

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More Evidence Confirms Apple Plans On Keeping The iPhone 5 Around

vodafone_mailEarlier this week, we posted evidence that even after Apple unveils its new mid-range iPhone 5C device, it could keep the 16GB iPhone 5 around for customers who want a classier, more solid phone at a discounted price. Here’s some more confirmation. As discovered by German site Flo’s Weblog, Vodafone Germany plans to discontinue several […]

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The Best Evidence Yet That A Gold iPhone Is Coming

goldiphoneIt seems hard to believe that Apple would come out with a gaudy looking iPhone, but according to the rumor-mill, Apple is set to release the iPhone 5S in black, white, and gold. We haven’t seen any convincing evidence of the gold iPhone yet, but if MacBoutic is to believed, these are the first leaked photographs […]

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More Evidence Of Apple’s Crackdown On Apps That Recommend Other Apps

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App Store apps that recommend other apps are getting pulled left and right. Following the removal of popular titles like AppShopper and AppGratis, it was reported last month that Apple was beginning a widespread crackdown on apps that work similarly to the App Store itself.

Now another instance of Apple targeting app sharing services has been reported. 

PocketGamer doesn’t have the best track record (previously claimed that Apple was going to announce  [Read More…]

Co-Creator Of Siri Says There’s No Evidence That Eyes Free Mode Is As Unsafe As Texting Manually

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There was a study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) last week which concluded that voice-to-text apps, like Siri, offer no benefit over standard texting. In fact, they say, reaction time nearly doubled when using these types of apps.

Adam Cheyer, guy that helped create Siri, however, begs to differ.

Cheyer told Wade Roush over at XConomy that the testing done with Siri (and Vlingo, an Android speech-to-text app) was conducted  [Read More…]

Apple-Samsung Trial: Apples Closing Evidence [Slides]

A slide from Apple’s closing presentation shows the similarities between iPhone and Galaxy icons.

San Jose, CA — A close look at the presentation of Apple’s closing statement in its trial against Samsung reveals the company has a strong and persuasive argument and may lead to a financial windfall.

The presentation, shown live during closing arguments by lead attorneys�Harold McElhinny and Bill Lee, describes the main reasons why Apple was compelled to  [Read More…]