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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Five ways to make your website more mobile friendly

With many people utilizing smart phones and mobile technology have you checked in to see if your company's website passes the test? According to the 2013 Pew & Internet American Life Project, 57% of American adults use their cell phones to go online and 21% of cell phone owners say they primarily access the Internet on their phones.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics

6 hrs ago | Digital Inspiration

How to Share Files Between Mobile Phones and Computers

Your files are spread across phones, tablets and computers. Find the right apps to transfer files between Windows PCs, Macs, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.


Related Topix: Computers, Dropbox, iPod touch App, iPad App, iPhone and iPad App, iPhone App, Google Drive, Cell Phones, Electronics, Ipad, Science / Technology

10 hrs ago | KBMT

3 things to know about Do Not Call registry

Courtesy USA Today By Kim Komando The first phone call in history happened on March 10, 1876, when Alexander Graham Bell rang up his assistant.


Related Topix: Direct Marketing

13 hrs ago |

Football and fibre give BT a lift in Sky battle

STRONG demand for televised football and fibre-optic broadband have given BT a boost in its bid to lure armchair sport fans away from rival Sky.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics

18 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

Samsung Earnings Slide

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.


Related Topix: Electronics, Semiconductors, Samsung Electronics Co, Cell Phones

Thu Jul 31, 2014

Dallas Morning News

Do the math before upgrading your cellphone

Smart consumers know that when a sales pitch involves convoluted math, chances are it's not a good deal.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics, CPU, Science / Technology, Marketing

The Bennington Banner

Obama pledges to sign Sen. Leahy's cellphone unlocking bill

When consumers buy a cell phone or tablet, the cost is often subsidized in exchange for a two-year contract with a network carrier.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics, US Politics, US News, Patrick Leahy, US Senate, Democrat, Republican, Chuck Grassley

PC World

French carrier Iliad offers to buy T-Mobile U.S.

French mobile operator Iliad has offered to buy T-Mobile US, the fourth-largest U.S. cellular carrier, in a bid that could complicated an offer reportedly in the works at Sprint.


Brandon Sun

Cellphone bill levy dials up big dollars for Alberta's growing 911 call volume

Alberta's 21 emergency call centres can start dialing up faster and more efficient service thanks to about $2 million collected so far from a levy on cellphone bills in the province.


Burnley Citizen

Facebook app launched in Zambia

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.


Related Topix: Startups, Facebook, Social Software, Cell Phones, Electronics, Travel, Africa, Nigeria Travel, South Africa Travel, Nigeria Travel, Africa, South Africa Travel, Africa Travel


Vision-correcting display nixes your need for eyeglasses

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.


Related Topix: Berkeley, CA, UC Berkeley, Computers, Cell Phones, Electronics


Hackers can tap USB devices in new attacks, researcher warns

USB devices such as mice, keyboards and thumb-drives can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, a top computer researcher revealed on Thursday.


Related Topix: Computers, Computer Security, Science / Technology, Keyboards, Mice

Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Washington Post

Sprint CEO Weighs Price Cuts in Tussle to Win Back Customers

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.


Related Topix: Sprint Nextel, Telecom, IT Services, Cell Phones, Electronics, Business News

Government Executive

Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.

Legislation to allow people to "unlock" their cell phones won unanimous support on Capitol Hill and is about to become law.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics, US News, DMCA News, US Politics, US House of Representatives, Zoe Lofgren, Democrat

PC World

Senate committee: Mobile phone 'cramming' widespread, profits carriers

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.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Politics, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Senator Richard Blumenthal

Littlehampton Gazette

Agreement will boost mobile phone coverage

Following a landmark agreement between National Parks England and Mobile Operators Association, the South Downs will finally have high-quality connectivity.


Related Topix: Cell Phones, Electronics, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England, United Kingdom

News Journal

Are phone companies 'cramming' charges onto your bill?Are phone...

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission filed a suit against T-Mobile USA Inc., one of the country's largest wireless carriers, alleging the company collected millions of dollars from customers in the form of unauthorized charges for premium text subscriptions.


Related Topix: T-Mobile


Helsinki Airport Asks Flyers to Trade Privacy for Free Wi-Fi

Helsinki's airport will be the first in the world to track passengers to within feet.


Related Topix: Finland Travel, Helsinki, Finland Travel, Travel, Europe Travel, Wireless, Science / Technology, Wi-Fi, Emerging Technology, Electronics, Cell Phones, Retail, Apparel, Nordstrom


Key making apps provide convenience, but also risks

"On a slow day, twenty," clerk Alicia Ellis told KTVU. "On a busy day, in the hundreds easily.


More than a million consumers were crammed with text message services charges

The FTC is taking T-Mobile to court. Their claim? T-Mobile is allowing shady text messaging services to sneak onto their users' bill, and making "hundreds of millions of dollars" by not doing enough to stop it.


Related Topix: T-Mobile, Cell Phones, Electronics, Interplay, MDK, Video Games