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Did Apple just kill the password?

<i>Update: An earlier version of this story said the iPhone 5s was the first phone with a fingerprint sensor. This was an error introduced by the</i> …

BlackBerry now selling Z10 and Q10 unlocked directly from its website - Pocket-lint

Following poor quarterly earnings, we assume BlackBerry is preparing to move a serious amount of smartphones to bounce back. The company has shown …

US officials accuse Iran hackers of breaking into Navy's computers

Oh, how times have changed. Almost a year ago, Iranian officials claimed the country was suffering from constant internet-based attacks. Now, according to the <i>WSJ</i>, it's Iran -- or hackers working for the Iranian government -- that's allegedly behind a series of digital intrusions on the US Navy's …

Good News: We’re Not Axing Net Neutrality. Bad News: US Gov Probably Shutting Down

The intersection of fiscal politics, national crisis, and technology regulation is a silly place, as there should be no overlapping space between the three issues. And yet.<p>Good news: We’re not ending net neutrality. The bad news, depending on your politics, is that we’re likely going to shut down …

Mobile Miscellany: week of September 23rd, 2013

If you didn't get enough mobile news during the week, not to worry, because we've opened the firehose for the truly hardcore. This week brought a new LTE phone to Boost Mobile, hints of consolidation between Sprint and T-Mobile, and lastly, hints of what we might see at Nokia's upcoming 'innovation …

Nokia tablet gets approved by the FCC with AT&T and Verizon LTE

We have to hand it to Nokia: the company faces an acquisition by Microsoft in the very near future, but it's still got a few tricks up its sleeves. The FCC just approved a mystery device known as the RX-114, and Nokia's team did an incredible job of dressing up the paperwork so as to hide all clues …

Bloodshed sometimes works for autocrats, at least temporarily. But for protesters, taking up arms is usually a mistake. History suggests that, for most protest movements, violence is counterproductive: those that turn the other cheek, opting for civil disobedience, sit-ins and strikes rather than armed retaliation, tend to do best http://econ.st/1h7juZb

Microsoft shows Start Button in new Windows 8.1 ad - Pocket-lint

Microsoft has released its first video advertisement for Windows 8.1 on its YouTube channel. In the run-up to the launch of Windows 8.1 on 18 …