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Security startup offers $1.5 million to anyone who can remote jailbreak iOS 10

Hackers with their crosshairs on iPhones and iPads are playing with more money than ever.

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Chinese hackers jailbreak iOS 9 despite Apple’s best attempts to stop them

It has only been 19 days since iOS 9 emerged into the world.

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Is your wireless carrier really letting you unlock your phone?

Technically, phone companies are finally supposed to let you unlock your phone. Do they?

On by Sina Khanifar

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New screenshots reveal Facebook’s mobile payments system

Would you trust Facebook with your mobile payment data?

On by Eric Geller

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Save yourself from Twitter embarrassment with this small tweak

First, unlock your smartphone. It’s legal now!

On by Elizabeth Robinson

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Congress just passed a bill making it legal to unlock your phone

Finally! You’re free!

On by Eric Geller

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Congress wants to let you unlock your cellphone

Congress has finally thought up a bill to make it legal to unlock your cellphone again.

On by Kevin Collier

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Sen. Ron Wyden introduces cellphone unlocking bill

In response to a hugely popular petition in favor of cell phone unlocking, the Oregon senator will try to legalize it.

On by Kevin Collier

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The White House wants to legalize unlocked cell phones

A petition to make unlocking a cell phone legal again reached 100,000 signatures, and the White House responded in full agreement.

On by Kevin Collier

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“Make Unlocking Cell Phones Legal” petition grabs 100,000 signatures

Americans rose up to do something about one of the country’s most disliked copyright laws—but only when their smartphones were in danger.

On by Kevin Collier

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Dotted Lines: Who called?

Who called, and what do they want back?

On by Jay Hathaway

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