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The Army’s Special Operations Command is trading in its Android devices for ‘faster’ iPhones

The Army’s Special Operations Command is trading in its Android devices for ‘faster’ iPhones The Army’s Special Operations Command is dumping Android and moving to Apple’s iPhone, after field tests demonstrated that iOS devices outperformed their Android counterparts.Currently, the Army’s special forces uses the Android Tactical Assault Kit (AKAT, pictured below), but the devices have been plagued with problems.

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data Apple products have a reputation for security, especially compared with the systemic security flaws baked into the Android update system (or lack thereof).In the world of device security, however, no one is ever perfect, and the critical flaws that Apple patched today underscore that point.

Apple unveils iPhone 7, dual-camera-lens iPhone 7 Plus

Apple unveils iPhone 7, dual-camera-lens iPhone 7 Plus The rumors were true: At a private press event today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the latest versions of the company’s now-flagship product, both sans headphone jack.The iPhone 7 includes a new force-sensitive, solid state Home button to replace the prior mechanical one.

Q&A with former Apple CEO John Sculley on the Newton, the iPhone 7, and starting a business today

Q&A with former Apple CEO John Sculley on the Newton, the iPhone 7, and starting a business today Back in 1983, Steve Jobs pitched John Sculley to join Apple with the following now-legendary line: “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life?” And a popular myth about Sculley and Steve Jobs — that Sculley had a direct hand in firing Jobs in 1985 — isn’t true.

China declares it will stop selling iPhones if Trump imposes tariffs

China declares it will stop selling iPhones if Trump imposes tariffs One of Donald Trump’s major campaign promises was to levy extremely high tariffs against countries he feels are taking advantage of us, like China.If he does list China as a currency manipulator and slap steep tariffs on Chinese imports, China will take countermeasures.