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Toyota on Monday will debut the all-new 2019 Toyota Avalon, its first vehicle with Apple CarPlay support.
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Apple on Thursday updated its iOS Security white paper (PDF) for iOS 11 to include information about Face ID, Apple Cash, and other recently added features.
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Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 47, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Popular Mac keyboard maker Matias has announced the release of an RGB-Backlit version of its Wired Aluminum Keyboard for Mac.
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FBI Director Wray Says His Agency Will Continue to Fight for Access to Encrypted Data on Devices Like the iPhone
FBI Director Christopher Wray has indicated that his agency is ready to wade back into the battle with Apple and other tech companies over access to encrypted data on devices involved in criminal and terrorist investigations.