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  1. Traffic stop leads to slew of chargesRead the original story

    6 min ago | Herald-Citizen

    ... meth. Altogether, the officer seized the 3 grams of suspected meth, cash inside Jones' wallet, two Samsung cell phones for evidence, the set of scales and a 9 mm handgun. Jones was then transported to the Putnam County Jail, but the charges didn't ...

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  2. DOJ: Federal Agents Now Need Warrants For 'Stingray' Use -Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Broadbandreports

    In a preliminary win for those looking for a little more accountability, the Department of Justice this week announced new rules governing the use of cell tower spoofing technologies, usually referred to as "stingrays." Under the new rules, federal agents must now obtain a warrant in most circumstances.

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  3. You can watch NBC 10 News live on your mobile phone, get personal...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Turnto10.com

    You can watch NBC 10 News live on your mobile phone, get personal news feeds and more with our new app. The new WJAR News app has a new feel to it.

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  4. DOJ adds warrant requirement to Stingray useRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Federal Computer Week

    Federal law enforcement officials will no longer be able to nab mobile phone use information using cell-site interceptors without a warrant in criminal cases, a new Justice Department policy memo declares. catchers, popularly known by the trade name Stingray, enable users to pull location data on mobile phones and devices by using unique identifier information.

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  5. Five charged in motel beating, robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Northern Virginia Daily

    Front Royal police have arrested four people and charged them in connection with the beating and robbery of a 54-year-old New Market man. Police said the victim, Peter Stauffer, was attacked in his room late on the night of Aug. 20 at the Blue Ridge Motel, 1370 N. Shenandoah Ave. Police were called to Stauffer's room just after midnight on Aug. 21. Stauffer told them the incident began with a text message from an unknown person who asked if he wanted to get together.

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  6. Woman put in dock for contempt of court after photographing accused in jewel heist caseRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Darlington and Stockton Times

    A WOMAN was forced to apologise to a judge today after taking photographs on her mobile phone in court and posting them on social media. Laura Scott, the sister of a man accused of robbery, took one picture of a defendant in the dock, and another of an empty courtroom, before posting them on her Snapchat account along with an icon of hands clasped in prayer.

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  7. Burglar Allegedly 'Butt Dials' 911 and Accidentally Reveals Break-In Plans, Say ProsecutorsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | People

    A New Jersey man allegedly discussed specific criminal plans in detail without knowing that police heard every word. Scott Robert Esser, 42, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, has been indicted on burglary charges after he allegedly accidentally called 911 while discussing burglary plans with his alleged accomplice in what was described in an affidavit as a call "commonly referred to as a 'butt dial,' NJ.com .

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  8. FCC Releases Guidance on Autodialing and Pre-Recorded Voice Calls to Wireless Phone NumbersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | JD Supra

    This past July, the Federal Communications Commission released a ruling interpreting the Telephone Consumer Protection Act restrictions on certain communications to wireless telephone numbers. The Ruling significantly restricts business' ability to use auto-dialers and artificial / prerecorded voices for contacting wireless telephone numbers, including via text message , prior to obtaining customer consent.

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  9. T-Mobile Launches Video Calling Feature on Pair of Samsung SmartphonesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CNet News

    The feature works now with the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 smartphones, but it will be added to others by the end of the year. T-Mobile has launched a new video calling feature for users of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 smartphones that will let them make video calls without having to download or install any apps.

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  10. This App Is Helping Connect Refugees With Missing Family MembersRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Switched

    With the number of refugees globally hitting an all-time high this year due to the conflict in Syria and other countries, many family members are being separated from one another, with the odds of a reunion appearing heartbreakingly slim for many. Launched in 2008 by Danish brothers David and Christopher Mikkelsen, Refunite is a free family-locating platform that maintains an anonymous database of more than 405,000 users and a project of the Copenhagen-based nonprofit group Refugees United.

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  11. LIPPIK Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Video ReleaseRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Emailwire.com

    Long Island City, New york -- Lippik Ltd. just released a brand-new video release on YouTube. Their company's spokesperson talks about the impressive sound quality of their new wireless bluetooth headphones.

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  12. Hands On With Samsung's SmartThings and Sleep SenseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PC Magazine

    We've been waiting a while for Samsung's new SmartThings smart-home package, which the company first talked about at CES in January. It's here now, and it looks sleek.

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  13. Justice Dept. curtails secret cellphone surviellanceRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... are invasive cell phone surveillance devices that mimic cell phone towers and send out signals to trick cell phones in the area into transmitting their locations and identifying information," the American Civil Liberties Union says on its website. ...

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  14. Judging by inconsistencies, cases fall apartRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    When a Queenstown constable took the court stand in a drugs trial last month, it took only minutes for serious cracks to appear in the case - with implications for other previous cases. ODT Queenstown editor David Williams writes.

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  15. Avoid Cute and Cuddly DistractionsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Patch.com

    In 2012 approximately 421,000 people were injured in car accidents involving distracted driving, according to Distraction.gov. Cell phones aren't the only cause of distracted driving.

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  16. What If Your Phone Opened Like a Book?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PSFK

    Allan Ospina has designed the Lunark Phone, a concept featuring a pair of screens, enabling users to work on two projects as once, such as watching Netflix while commenting about the TV show in question on social media. The phone resembles a pocket book, with a simple flip revealing the second screen.

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  17. Now Available: Brazil Consumer Electronics Report Q3 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    We made a significant downgrade to the growth outlook for Brazil's consumer electronics market in the Q3 2015 update to reflect our Country Risk team's bearish outlook for economic growth and performance of the real in 2015. L ooking beyond the short-term downside we believe there still exist major growth opportunities such as 4G smartphones as operators expand the reach of networks and promote services, low-cost Android tablets, W i -Fi-enabled and HD TV sets.

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  18. Police scammer: Hongkongers suspicious of text message warning them to be wary of phone scamsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    A police SMS warning Hongkongers to be wary of phone scams ended up being more effective than it intended yesterday, as many questioned whether the message itself was a hoax. In an unprecedented move, police sent the message through service providers to the city's mobile phone users to call for vigilance against the crime.

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  19. Update Facebook Status From a Dumbphone using Facebook TextsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Online Tech Tips

    Over the years, Facebook has constantly changed the way you can update your profile from your phone. Back in the days, you could connect your mobile phone to your account and upload pictures by sending an email to [email protected]

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  20. US Chamber of Commerce Sues FCC Over New Robocall Rules -Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Broadbandreports

    ... you ignored us. When we asked for identification during calls, you ignored us. When we asked that you not call cell phones, you ignored us. When we asked to be taken off call lists, you ignored us. You did this to yourselves and you have no one to ...

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