A magistrate ruled police could force a man to unlock his phone -- is that legal?
The trend has touched off heated legal battles in a number of state and federal courts over the constitutionality of such searches, resulting in a welter of legal opinions. Defendants often argue that such searches violate their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination.
Google employees demand company renounce working with Trump immigration agenciesGoogle's challenges are mounting from within as employees call on the company to promise it won't do business with the Trump administration's immigration apparatus.
Researchers create robotic lens that can be controlled by eyesImagine blinking twice to make a lens zooms in or out, or looking left, right, up or down and having a lens that followed.
Fortnite World Cup audience shows fan base isn't just young menNew numbers that show the Fortnite World Cup's U.S. audience was older and more female than might be expected. It also was as big a draw as traditional sports.
AI and bionic eyes are helping to contain raging wildfiresOn a tower in the Brazilian rainforest, a sentinel scans the horizon for the first signs of fire. Only these eyes aren't human.
Robots are solving banks' very expensive research problemUsing so-called artificial intelligence to automate swathes of the research process is quickly gaining traction because cost-conscious investment banks are downsizing.
How to manage voice recordings on your smart devicesApple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa and Google's Assistant allow users to manage their voice recordings after the fact, but they each offer varying degrees of control. Here's how it's done.
Suburban companies make Inc's annual 'fastest growing' listA total of 106 suburban companies made Inc Magazine's 2019 list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies
Naperville set to review details of recreational marijuana sales banNaperville leaders are ready to review an ordinance to prohibit sales of recreational marijuana after the city council last month took an early vote toward approval of a ban.
Flooding, a trade war and Deere cuts outlook for the yearDeere & Co. cut its profit expectations for the year as beleaguered farmers and an escalating trade war with China cut into sales.
Naperville could ban sales of 'drug of concern' kratomCiting public health and safety concerns voiced by the FDA, Naperville could ban sales of a plant-based substance called kratom.
Columns | St. Charles firm's work with NASA dates back to ApolloCain Tubular, a third-generation family-owned business in St. Charles, is among a number of Illinois-based companies that provide products and services for NASA's space programs. Its relationship with NASA goes back to the Apollo program.
Opportunity Zones: More than traditional real estate developmentSince Opportunity Zones were first authorized in December 2017 as part of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, there has been significant discussion about how to best utilize these opportunities and obtain the resulting tax benefi
"The importance of being HR": An employment attorney's perspectiveWhile many corporate leaders are enlightened and recognize HR's value, the "profit contribution" perspective still plagues many HR professionals.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- NapervilleNaperville set to review details of recreational marijuana sales ban
- NapervilleNaperville could ban sales of 'drug of concern' kratom
- Elk Grove VillageTwo new hotels planned where old one demolished in Elk Grove
- SchaumburgOfficials: 2 cases of Legionnaires' diseases linked to Schaumburg hotel
- NapervilleNational Guard, DeVry offer scholarship program
- MundeleinStores and restaurants could replace old village hall in Mundelein
- BloomingdalePlans scrapped for houses at former golf course in Bloomingdale
- NewsArlington Heights to welcome 18 new affordable supportive housing units
- LombardNicor career academy gives grads 'peace of mind and stability'
- GurneeData from ethylene oxide air testing in Gurnee, Waukegan sent for analysis
- SchaumburgSierra store to open Saturday in Schaumburg
- St. CharlesIs a 3-unit townhouse building appropriate for a St. Charles neighborhood?
- BusinessAnixter opens new facility in California
- Girls' BasketballO'Donnell: 'State' high -- Melissa Isaacson's new book bounding toward national radar
- Hoffman EstatesHoffman Estates' Sears Centre certified as a 'sensory inclusive' venue
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