A British man has been arrested on suspicion of hacking into United States military and government computer systems.
Lauri Love, 28, was arrested in Suffolk under the Computer Misuse Act and has been released on bail until February 2014.
The US authorities claim he placed "back doors" in hacked networks to steal data.
The arrest was the culmination of a joint investigation by the UK's National Crime Agency and the FBI.
According to the US authorities, the arrested man hacked into systems of the US Army, Nasa and the Environmental Protection Agency, among others.
He has been charged in the US with accessing a government computer without permission.
Apple sold 33.8m iPhones last quarter, 26% more than the same time last year and a record for the quarter, the company said Monday. But the tech giant's shares wobbled as it announced a third consecutive quarterly decline in earnings.
The company reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $37.5bn, ahead of Wall Street's average forecast of $36.8bn, according to a poll of analysts by Thomson Reuters. Net income for the fourth fiscal quarter ended September 28 was $7.51bn, down from $8.22bn a year earlier.
The company said it sold 14.1m iPads during the quarter, up from 14m in the year-ago quarter, and sold 4.6m of its Mac computers, down from 4.9m a year ago. The company has just renewed its iPad and iMac computer lines ahead of the Christmas sales season.
Colin Gillis, analyst at BGC Partners, said: "The market is hard to satisfy, especially when it comes to Apple. The company has been trying to give realistic guidance and this is a bit better than that, and that's not enough for some people."
A leaked document has revealed that almost of a third of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatches are being returned.
The figures come from information released to geek.com and show 30 per cent of the smartwatches sold in Best Buy locations in the US are being returned.
Samsung employees have reportedly been asked to try and understand why the watches are being returned at an unexpectedly high rate.
It could be that the £299 smartwatch is not living up to its cost, even with customers buying it for Best Buy offers.
The Gear can be used to make and answer calls and view messages and notifications, but it is only compatible with Samsung smartphones and is "infuriatingly limited".