Marketplace Tech for Monday, June 24, 2013

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So many of our real world activities now live online, but here's one that still coming into focus: civil disobedience. Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in? And analysts say the biggest U.S. cellphone carriers, AT&T and Verizon, now get just two percent of their annual revenue from signing up new customers. In the year 2000, that number was 20 percent.

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A new wearable bluetooth phone lets you make a call from a glove.
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FTC to investigate Google's Waze acquistion

If Google's acquisition of Waze is seen as purely anti-competitive, the Federal Trade Commission could break up the deal.
Posted In: Google, FTC, mobile apps

Civil disobedience comes online

Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in or an Internet traffic picket line?

Default iOS hotspot passwords hacked in less than a minute

A group of German researchers has found a security problem in Apple's Internet hotspots for mobile devices. Turns out, they can be easily hacked.
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Microsoft returns to San Francisco for developers conference

What to expect from Microsoft's developers conference, Microsoft Build.
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