Justice Department gets access to iPhone linked to Brooklyn drug case

The Justice Department said Friday it has withdrawn a request that sought a court order forcing Apple to assist in opening a locked iPhone 5s linked to a drug case in New York.

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Samsung seeks to evade $120 million verdict due in Apple's second iPhone infringement trial

Article Image In its second patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung, Apple sought $2.2 billion in damages but was awarded just $119.6 million. Samsung is now asking a judge to bypass the jury’s 2014 verdict and give it a free pass for “slavishly copying” Apple’s iPhone technology in a case that began over four years ago.

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NY AG Subpoenas Yahoo in Daily Fantasy Sports Battle

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman this week sought an injunction to keep DraftKings and FanDuel from operating in the state, according to press reports. He also subpoenaed Yahoo as part of his effort to end the operation of daily fantasy sports platforms in New York, press reports said. “Yahoo does not comment on legal matters,” the company said in comments provided to the E-Commerce Times by spokesperson Sean Hamel. If Schneiderman is successful, the result could tip the dominoes in other states.

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Apple says most customers not vulnerable to 'shellshock,' patch coming for advanced users

Apple on Friday sought to calm OS X users who feared their computers may be at risk from a widespread vulnerability in popular UNIX command interpreter bash — which is included in Apple’s UNIX-based desktop operating system — saying that most consumers are not at risk, while advanced users will receive a patch in the coming days.

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