The technology giant allegedly "bricked" hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices.
With governments unlikely to ever get backdoor access to tech devices, authorities may turn to selective hacking, as in the Apple/San Bernardino case.
Sixty technology companies appear to have backed away from a lawsuit against Trump's controversial travel ban.
WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange was speaking at a press conference from London's Ecuadorian embassy.
Deepmind is widely respected within the tech community and may be leading in research.
The companies' brief says they are "concerned about the stigmatizing and degrading effects" of the policy adopted by the school board.
Even if we took away the iPhone, Apple still has a diverse portfolio that is larger than Google and Microsoft.
The companies—including Apple Inc, Google Inc and Microsoft Corp—banded together late on Sunday to file a "friend-of-the-court" brief with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco arguing that the ban "inflicts significant harm on American business."
Apple, Google and Microsoft all claim the immigration ban inflicts "significant harm" on American business.
President-elect Trump wants Apple to shift manufacturing from China.