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Best Educational Gaming Apps For School Age ChildrenStart the school year off right with these fun and challenging games that will keep your kids entertained and learning for hours. These six apps will provide endless laughter while your little one's work hard to solve puzzles, work on new skills, and create.
3 LA Area Verizon Stores Robbed On Successive NightsTens of thousands of dollars’ worth of iPhones were stolen.
Apple Releases iOS 10.3 With 'Find My AirPods' FeatureIt is the final update before iOS 11 comes out this summer.
iPhone Feature Subjects 2-Year-Old Girl To Man's Naked PhotoWhile out to dinner Jessica Peterson's 2-year-old daughter was watching cartoons on her mom's iPhone when a picture of a naked man appeared on screen.
Apple Introduces Water, Dust-Resistant iPhone 7Apple announced its newest iPhones, the 7 and 7 plus, which are water and dust resistant.
iPhone Users: Update Now To Protect Your Device From SpywareA newly discovered form of spyware could allow hackers to access your information. It's easy to block.
Apple Issues Security Alert For iPhones, iPadsiPhone and iPad users are being warned about spyware. Apple is urging owners to download an urgent software update.
9 Essential Apps To DownloadWith the myriad of apps that come out daily, we've narrowed down the list with apps that make your life more fun, and effective.
iPhone Users Now Able To Register To Be Organ Donor With Just Few TapsWith just a few taps, iPhone users are now able to sign up using their device to be an organ, eye and tissue donor.
Apple's New Patent Could Block Photos, VideoNew technology could stop you from taking photos and video at concerts. Some smart phone users would hate it, but other concert-goers would like to see an end to digital disruption.
FBI Says It Won't Disclose How It Accessed San Bernardino Attacker's Locked iPhoneThe FBI said Wednesday that it will not publicly disclose the method that allowed it to break into a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers, noting the agency lacks enough "technical information" about the software vulnerability that was exploited.
FBI Unlocks San Bernardino Terrorist's iPhone With Help Of Third PartyThe FBI will not say how it unlocked the phone or with whose help. But some experts speculate that the NAND mirroring method was used.

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