Apple CEO recently weighed in on Facebook's data scandal and and electronic privacy itself, saying it's a "human right" and a "civil liberty."
President Trump elicited a few laughs at the White House as he met with technology and cybersecurity executives Monday.
Songstress Barbra Streisand was not happy with her iPhone’s voice-command function routinely mispronouncing her name.
Apple is replacing its controversial pistol emoji with a water gun.
A Florida man says he conceived and patented iPhone-like technology and is demanding that Apple now reimburse him for $10 billion plus 1.5% of worldwide sales of the iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
Apple iPhone users beware: A new phishing scam is tricking people into giving up their Apple passwords and other personal information.
In tonight's monologue on "The Five," Greg Gutfeld criticized the "hypocrisy" of pro-Sanders activists for rallying against outsourcing, but looking the other way when it comes to the company that makes their favorite gadget -- Apple.
Today, Apple is celebrating its 40th birthday.
Sheriff David Clarke said that the FBI "loses credibility" after their standoff with Apple, as their argument was that another attack might be imminent and they needed Apple to help the FBI break into the iPhone.
The FBI has successfully accessed the information on the iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino terrorist, the Justice Department says.
In a somewhat surprising move, the intelligence community is largely siding with Apple in the tech giant's standoff with the FBI, Judge Andrew Napolitano said on "Varney & Co." today.
Judge Andrew Napolitano gave us his take this morning on the newest revelations in the Hillary Clinton email scandal.