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Apple attacks WikiLeaks, yanks iPhone app from app store

Update: Raw Story confirms that the WikiLeaks app is still available on the Android Marketplace Only a few days after its release, the unofficial WikiLeaks iPhone application has been removed from Apple’s App Store. For $1.99, the app offered access to documents on the WikiLeaks website and the @wikileaks twitter…

Apple now collecting, sharing precise location of iPhone users

The world’s largest technology company by market capitalization may soon rival the National Security Agency in its ability to track Americans using their cell phones. Apple Inc. is now tracking the “precise,” “real-time geographic location” of iPhones, iPads and Macintosh computers — and has unwittingly gotten its customers to sign…

Pulitzer winning cartoonist gets iPhone app reprieve

A once-rejected NewsToons political satire application for the iPhone was available at iTunes on Tuesday after Apple granted its Pulitzer Prize winning creator a reprieve. Apple had rejected the NewsToons application in December on the grounds it violated the iconic California firm’s developer rules by lambasting public officials. Newstoons creator…

Apple cleaning up ‘overtly sexual’ App Store

Apple has begun removing risque iPhone and iPod Touch applications from its online App Store, including some which had previously been approved for sale, according to reports. Technology blog TechCrunch and The Wall Street Journal said the new policy towards adult-themed contents had resulted, for example, in the deletion of…

Now you can kill insurgents with your iPhone

Apple’s iPhone can be your personal radio, your web browser, your Yellow Pages and your all-in-one online retailer. But now, thanks to defense contractor Raytheon, it can help you kill insurgents as well. At a defense industry conference this week, the company recently known for developing a pain ray that…

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