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Politics & Law
The House of Representatives passed a bill this week to once again legalize the unlocking of cell phones for use with multiple carriers — but the bill’s future is far from certain.
That such a provision exists in 2014 is beyond embarrassing.
The open Internet may be about to get a lot less open.
Think of it as trial run, because the ban’s removal is temporary and the timeframe indefinite.
FTC slams Android app maker over location-tracking
It may seem somewhat ridiculous that a simple text could carry such a stiff fine.
The latest update in the seemingly endless patent feud between Samsung and Apple finds that an Apple-won ban on the sale of certain Samsung phones and tablets hasn’t been overturned as Samsung hoped.
And here I’ve been calling the White House every 15 minutes like a sucker.
Gate-to-gate wireless device use could be around the corner.
Yes, the Panda Cam is down. Repeat: The Panda Cam is down. Expect the list to grow if the shutdown continues.
The Golden State becomes the first state to demand that children have an “eraser button” online.