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Why Apple Defends Encryption

With the U.S. government once again campaigning against encryption, why does it seem as though only Apple is standing up for users? Rich Mogull has some answers.

 
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Dealing with Inexplicable Apple Error Messages

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Former Apple Design Gurus Criticize Apple’s Current Designs

NetNewsWire Updates Solid But Fail to Impress

Apps that Reveal the Apple TV’s Potential

A Not So Short List of People to Blame for Internet Content Woes

 

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iPhone 6s Launch Sales Record Shows Apple’s Operational Success

Why You Should Upgrade (On Your Own Terms)

The Headphone Port: The Mac’s Achilles Heel

Photos: A Few Frames Shy of a Full Roll

Six Windows 10 Features Apple Should Steal

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