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Putin threatens energy cutoff: Russian President Vladimir Putin threatens to completely cut off supplies of Russian oil, gas and coal to the West if the...

CT teams with Apple to offer digital versions of driver’s licenses

A number of security measures are included in the initiative, including the ability to delete one’s data should their device be misplaced or stolen.

AG Tong seeks assurances contact tracing apps don’t violate privacy

Tong sought assurance the new apps will be affiliated with a public health authority.

Target and other big brand retailers cut back operations in cities...

Target and other big brand retailers Apple and Amazon have cut back operations in cities hit hard by protests.

Apple latest retailer to leave Stamford Town Center in favor of...

Taubman Centers, the real estate investment trust that owns the 853,000-square-foot facility at 100 Greyrock Place, announced in October that it was putting the mall up for sale.

Apple store coming to SoNo Collection; Sears exiting Danbury Fair

Apple also has local retail outlets at Danbury Fair, the Westfield Trumbull mall, the Stamford Town Center mall, and in Greenwich.

Mystery surrounds Apple Maps photographing of Connecticut streets

“It is not clear what Apple will ultimately use the data for,” wrote Mike Wuerthele, a contributing editor. “Speculation exists that the data is being collected to aid in Apple's autonomous driving project.

Local tech experts closely watching Apple case

As Apple and the FBI battle over access to an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists, area digital forensics and security experts weigh in on what has become a national debate over privacy, safety, and government power.

Self-driving cars could crash personal auto insurance sector

A KPMG executive used the term “significant turmoil” to describe the future, with “business models flipped upside down.”