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Huzzah! It will once again be legal to unlock your mobile phone, including smartphones, in the U.S. The White House announced on Friday that President Obama would sign the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, which was passed unanimously in a rare act of bipartisanship in both houses of Congress.
New Yorkers use their smartphones in Manhattan. Soon, they will be able to unlock their smartphones legally, and choose whatever carrier they please.
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A judge called a woman - and other motorists who use mobile devices while driving - a "plague on society" as he sentenced her to six years in jail following a fatal crash she caused while using two mobile phones behind the wheel.
Samsung Electronics Co. said it plans to launch two new high-end smartphones in the next six months in a bid to stem an earnings slide and protect the company's lead in mobile phones.
What would it be like if you didn't need your eyeglasses to clearly see your laptop screen or a text message on your smartphone? Scientists at the University of California Berkeley are working on computer screens that would adjust their images to accommodate individual user's visual needs.
We are still allowed to talk by landline, but the cell phone was deemed insecure by the HIPAA compliance officer.
After a federal judge gave the go-ahead for a class action claim against an alleged cell phone "cramming" scheme, the plaintiffs said they hoped to return money to customers who had unauthorized text charges on their phone bills, alleging at least $5 million in damages.
Facebook has teamed up with mobile provider Airtel to give mobile phone owners in Zambia access to health, job and weather information Facebook's quest to bring internet access to the entire planet has seen the company launch a new app that will allow users in Africa to access key services without any data charges.
A driver who caused a fatal collision on the A47 moments after texting and making calls from two phones has been jailed for six years.
Sprint Corp. is considering cutting rates for customers, as the third-largest U.S. carrier gets pulled into the mobile-phone industry's escalating competition over prices.
Legislation to allow people to "unlock" their cell phones won unanimous support on Capitol Hill and is about to become law.
Mobile carriers have pulled in hundreds of millions in profits through third-party charges tacked onto customers' bills without their consent, according to a report from a U.S. Senate committee.
Following a landmark agreement between National Parks England and Mobile Operators Association, the South Downs will finally have high-quality connectivity.
The Federal Trade Commission has waged a war on companies accused of "mobile cramming," and they've already begun winning some battles.
Helsinki's airport will be the first in the world to track passengers to within feet.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 01:13 am
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