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Does Apple's Face ID compromise security for convenience?

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Wired's Andy Greenberg says the safest way to secure your iPhone is to stick with the six-digit passcode

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Nov 6

How the iPhone X fared in drop tests

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CNET subjected a brand new iPhone X to a scratch and drop test to determine how much this glass and stainless steel phone can handle

Nov 3

Apple's new challenge: Living up to the hype for the iPhone X

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The much-anticipated device is in short supply, with suppliers unable to manufacture enough of the $1,000 smartphones to keep up

Nov 1

Apple's iPhone X Face ID: how accurate is it?

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The $1,000 iPhone unlocks through facial recognition, which keeps tabs on small facial changes but can be thrown off by costumes

Sep 28

10 things we know about Face ID on the iPhone X

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New details are emerging about how Apple's iPhone X will handle facial scanning and security

Sep 16

Does Apple's Face ID compromise security for convenience?

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Wired's Andy Greenberg says the safest way to secure your iPhone is to stick with the six-digit passcode

Sep 14

Is Apple's iPhone X facial recognition a privacy risk?

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In a letter to Apple's CEO, Senator Al Franken outlined concerns including Apple selling data to third parties or giving it to police

Sep 14

Privacy concerns over iPhone X facial recognition technology

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The iPhone X will use facial recognition technology to unlock the smartphone. But one day after the reveal, a Democratic senator is asking Apple what it plans to do with the data. Bianna Golodryga reports.

Sep 13

Apple's facial-recognition tech spurs privacy concerns

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At $1,000, it's the most revolutionary device since the first iPhone -- but one feature may be too creepy for consumers

Sep 13

Apple iPhone 8, iPhone X, Watch unveiled: As it happened

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The tech giant unveiled three new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and Apple TV updates at its futuristic, doughnut-shaped campus

Sep 12

Apple iPhone 8, iPhone X, Watch unveiled: As it happened

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The tech giant unveiled three new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and Apple TV updates at its futuristic, doughnut-shaped campus

Sep 12

Apple's new iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple Watch and more

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See what Apple unveiled at its September 12 event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California

Sep 9

How the iPhone rewired Apple -- and the world -- in 10 years

The tech giant's fortunes have soared with its iconic smartphone, which remains key to its future

Sep 7

How to watch Apple's iPhone event live today

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Consumers and tech industry insiders are eager to get a first glimpse at the next generation of iPhones at Tuesday's event

Jun 1

Like it or not, airlines are testing facial recognition

"I don't like the idea of having my face in the system," one passenger says, while others welcome new tech being tested by JetBlue and Delta

Oct 19

Rising use of facial recognition technology sparking privacy worries

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Laws governing its use simply don't exist, experts say

Mar 30

Apple left in dark on how FBI hacked San Bernardino shooter's iPhone

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FBI said it was able to hack iPhone used by gunman in mass shooting in California, and not even Apple knows how -- but there are a few clues

Feb 29

Apple, FBI to face off in Congress over locked iPhone

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At congressional hearing, Apple and top law enforcement officials will be grilled about security, privacy, and the San Bernardino gunman's phone

Feb 26

Apple: Here's how long it would take us to hack the iPhone

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In a court motion, Apple revealed what its engineers would be up against if FBI wins the case

Feb 13

Facial recognition technology goes to the dogs

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What type of dog would you be? Thanks to Microsoft, there's an app for that

Jul 3

FBI using facial recognition despite privacy fears

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The FBI and other law enforcement agencies say it speeds up investigations but privacy groups worry it could be abused