Federal judge overseeing smartphone patents case can't get observers to turn their phones off
Free high-tech devices to low-income deaf and blind people open doors to online communication
Maryland recently voted to allow machines that allow you to trade your cellphone in for immediate cash, but Montgomery County Council President Craig Rice is skeptical.
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Mobile malware is a serious issue and it does exist, however, it's nothing like the risk we face on our computers so it's a lot easier to avoid.
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Old habits at home embarrass South Korean consumer electronics giants abroad
AP Investigation: US secretly created 'Cuban Twitter' to stir unrest; White House defends it
AP Investigation: US secretly created 'Cuban Twitter' with front companies to stir unrest
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BlackBerry ending US licensing deal with T-Mobile; says strategies no longer complementary
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Samsung attorneys say patents contested by Apple were developed by Google engineers
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