Texas man sues over exploding Apple battery
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Claims Jobs' Mob flogs defective batteries

A bloke in Texas is taking Apple to court claiming it flogged him a shonky battery for his iPhone which exploded.

Ericsson smokes peace pipe with Samsung
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Reaches agreement on global patent licences

Ericsson has reached a multi-year agreement on global patent licences with Samsung ending a dispute that hit the Swedish telecom equipment maker's first-quarter revenue.

Apple iPhone flaw allowed China to target Uighur Muslims
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Competition winner


An attack that targeted Apple devices was used to spy on China's Muslim minority -- and US officials claim it was developed for the country's top hacking competition.

Qualcomm modem bug hits a third of smartphones
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Attackers can access the device’s call and SMS history

Around a third of all smartphones in the world are believed to be affected by a new vulnerability in a Qualcomm modem component that can grant attackers access to the device's call and SMS history and even audio conversations.

Apple’s Night Shift does not work
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Does not make the slightest difference to your sleep patterns

Boffins at Brigham Young University have called out Apple's Night Shift system as snake oil and said that it does not improve your sleep quality.