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Blackberry users don't care what analysts say

by Meghan McCarty Carino Dec 19, 2018
Mock it all you want. Blackberry has staying power.
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Why it's so hard to stop all those spam calls

by Molly Wood Nov 5, 2018
Hint: It's complicated.
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Why the Do Not Call list won't save you from robocalls

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jan 24, 2018
It was a great idea when it started. Now, it's become a bit of a joke.
A pedestrian using his cellphone walks past a boarded establishment showing skeleton heads with cellphones in Los Angeles in January.
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To fix security flaws, CPU chips need a redesign, not a hotfix

by Amy Scott and Sean McHenry Jan 4, 2018
A report issued by cybersecurity experts on Wednesday described two pretty serious security flaws that, in all likelihood, affects your computer. The flaws, known as Meltdown and Spectre, may have different ways of accessing private information, but both stem from…
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Your phone tracks your location. The phone company knows ... who else should?

by Molly Wood and Kristin Schwab Nov 29, 2017
A Supreme Court case could determine your digital privacy. Sen. Ron Wyden wants his bill to pass first.
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A new form of ID theft: account takeover

by , and Aug 21, 2017
Thieves are now hijacking phones, bank accounts, even 401(k)s.
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T-Mobile’s getting rid of that second phone problem. Wait, hasn’t that been solved?

by Ryan Kailath May 30, 2017
If you use T-Mobile as your cellphone carrier, you’ll be getting a new, free service called DIGITS tomorrow (Weds 5/31). Here’s how it works: You can get calls from multiple numbers to one phone or use one phone number across…

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Didn’t that happen a long time ago? CDC finds wireless phones outnumber landlines

by Jed Kim May 9, 2017
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control finds, for the first time, most American households have mobile phones but no landline. That’s important information for collecting data, lest researchers leave out wireless users when they do surveys and…

RIP Blackberry phones, you will be missed (kinda)

by Molly Wood Sep 29, 2016
Good riddance? Best work phone ever?
So long, Blackberry!
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Cellphone giants are sued for discounting 911 calls

by Sally Herships Aug 10, 2016
A lawsuit claims cellphone discounts have left 911 call centers out of pocket.
AT&T says that the 911 call-related claims about the company are "baseless."
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