The FTC's "Nixing the Fix" hearing is a small but important step forward for the right to repair movement.
Apple lost its counterfeit case against a Norwegian repair shop owner last year, but the $1 trillion company won't let it go.
A watchdog group in the United Kingdom got Apple to agree to tell users when its software updates will affect device performance.
"You are no longer licensed to use the software," Adobe told them.
Sanders becomes the third presidential candidate to say that farmers should have the ability to fix their own tractors.
An Apple lobbyist brought an iPhone to meetings with California lawmakers and said consumers could hurt themselves by puncturing a lithium-ion battery.
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The Samsung Galaxy Fold costs $1,980, but multiple reviewers say theirs has broken after just a day of use.
The biggest ICE raid in a decade, at a CVE Technology Group facility in Texas, went after the people who repair our phones.
Cell phone providers have actively lobbied against right to repair legislation, but Ting Mobile announced that it supports consumers' right to fix the things they own.
A leaked internal document obtained by Motherboard outlines a program that looks almost exactly like the requirements of right to repair legislation that has been proposed in 20 states.
It would apply only to farm equipment, but Warren becomes the most powerful national politician to support a consumer's right to repair the things they own.