Cell Phones Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. British Companies Are Selling Advanced Spy Tech To Authoritarian RegimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Slashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Since early 2015, over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export powerful telecommunications interception technology to countries around the world, Motherboard has learned. Many of these exports include IMSI-catchers , devices which can monitor large numbers of mobile phones over broad areas.

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  2. Cell phone carriers offering to credit Louisiana customers impacted by floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Advocate

    An effort to mitigate mildew and fungus in the home of Debbie Bueche , left, by cleaning the house with water and then vacuuming it up with a wet vacuum is being done by employees of United Fire & Water, a Baton Rouge-based damage remediation firm. Despite the tens of thousands of area homes that were damaged by the flooding, local builders said there are enough workers to handle the repair work.

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  3. The long and twisted tale of the Nibbler arcade gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Boing Boing

    Never heard of Nibbler? You're not alone. Nibbler was one of a handful of arcade games produced in the early 80's by Rock-Ola Manufacturing Company, a company better known for its stylish jukeboxes.

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  4. Gas station myth or fact: What you need to know when you refuelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Proctor Journal

    ... true that many fuel companies post stickers on pumps warning motorists to turn off phones while refueling as cell phones could be a distraction. But the Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI) reports the most likely cause of fire at the pumps is static ...

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  5. Comm. Davis Opens Up About Aerial Surveillance ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS Local

    ... - the FBI conducted its own flights over Baltimore, and police used "stingray" devices to track suspect's cell phones. But the backlash this time has been fierce, with a Baltimore Sun editorial saying it "makes us seriously question the judgment of ...

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  6. Suspect leaves the scene of a crash, but stopped later for drunken driving: Middleburg Heights police blotter Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cleveland.com

    ... damage, Glenridge Avenue : Someone broke into a car that was parked in a driveway Aug. 1. The thief stole two cell phones that were inside the center console. An officer saw a car at 12:40 a.m. Aug. 24 weave off the right side of the Snow Road ...

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  7. British Companies Are Selling Advanced Spy Tech To Authoritarian RegimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Slashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Since early 2015, over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export powerful telecommunications interception technology to countries around the world, Motherboard has learned. Many of these exports include IMSI-catchers , devices which can monitor large numbers of mobile phones over broad areas.

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  8. Sherman Oaks jewelry burglars caught on videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LA Daily News

    Two men who broke into and robbed a Sherman Oaks apartment on Aug. 8, 2016, are seen in an image from surveillance video that the LAPD relesed on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. Two men who broke into a Sherman Oaks apartment unit in broad daylight to steal jewelry were caught committing the crime on video.

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    Friday | The Peninsula

    Doha: Traffic police patrols have caught 50 to 80 motorists everyday for violations, including the use of mobile phones and not wearing the seat belt while driving, during a summer campaign which has concluded after over a month. The General Traffic Directorate at the ministry had focused especially on motorists using mobile phone use and not wearing the seat belt while driving.

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  10. Apples Mobile Phone Hack Is A 'Horrible Week' For EveryoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Switched

    The rushed announcement of 9.3.5 patch update by Apple in what some observers describe as a "horrible week" for Apple is not that surprising, given the target of Mobile phones by hacker today as it becomes the credit card and personal assistant of everything. Time seems to have caught up with Apple, which historically appeared immune to cyber threats with its curated iOS operating system, but this time it has been exposed with three critical weaknesses called "exploits", or attack areas that when combined together, make the phone vulnerable to hackers.

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  11. Global Mobile Ad Spending Market to Grow at a CAGR of Around 10% Through 2020, Reports TechnavioRead the original story

    Friday | BroadcastNewsroom

    The research study covers the present scenario and growth prospects of the global mobile ad spending market for 2016-2020 . The report includes market segments, based on the type of mobile advertising, and a detailed discussion of the growth prospects and challenges of each segment during the forecast period.

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  12. Walking a Fine Line:Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Law.com

    The increased use of text messaging and e-mail by employees has risen dramatically, with no end in sight. In the workplace, text messages and e-mails may be sent by employees using employer-issued computers, BlackBerrys and cell phones.

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  13. Tinder creator Sean Rad's controversial reignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    It's been just four years since Tinder launched. Twenty billion connections and one cultural phenomenon later, its founder is as controversial as ever Like many good love stories, this one begins on a night out.

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  14. 8 Best Car Accessories You Shouldn't Be WithoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | My Manitoba.com

    If one of your New Year's Resolutions was to be more prepared, more organized and more able to handle any challenge that comes your way, innovation in car accessories may be your biggest friend. There are so many new and cool accessories that can be found at the Richmond auto mall , for you to take along on your many adventures to fix any problem, you may not have a need for your AAA membership.

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  15. Hiawatha Robinson trial: Judge irritated with sleeping jurorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Alabama Live

    Day 3 of testimony continued in the trial against Hiawatha Robinson who is accused of sodomizing and murdering his 8-year-old daughter, Hiawayi Robinson in September 2014. Testimony continued today in the third day of the trial against Hiawatha Robinson, who is accused of sodomizing and murdering his 8-year-old daughter, Hiawayi Robinson, in September 2014.

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  16. GameStop: New Player, Old GameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bloomberg

    Shelly Banjo is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering retail and consumer goods. She previously was a reporter at Quartz and the Wall Street Journal.

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  17. Regina couple annoyed SaskTel couldn't block prank caller on cellphoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    ... harassing calls received on a wireless phone. But when you click on the link it says call trace won't work for cell phones. SaskTel doesn't have a service in place to block unwanted calls for cell phones despite the fact that a growing number of ...

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  18. Rovi Corp. (ROVI) Sees Unusually-High Trading VolumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Political

    Rovi Corp. saw an uptick in trading volume on Wednesday . 956,736 shares changed hands during trading, an increase of 11% from the previous session's volume of 862,934 shares.The stock last traded at $21.51 and had previously closed at $21.32.

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  19. Smartphone speech recognition can write text messages three times faster than human typingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Science Blog

    Smartphone speech recognition software gets a bad rap. Most users find the nascent technology to be frustratingly slow, and there are entire blogs dedicated to documenting examples of its biggest - and sometimes hilarious - mistakes.

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  20. mSurvey Secures Latest Strategic Investment From SafaricomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Game Developer

    Kenya's Largest Mobile Network Joins Cross Culture Ventures and Alpha Angels in Backing Data-Driven Startup Simplifying Access to Actionable, Straight-from-the Source, Real-Time Data in Emerging M... /PRNewswire/ -- mSurvey, the only global mobile-first research platform leveraging SMS and mobile messaging technology to simplify access to credible, on-demand data from the emerging world, today announced a strategic investment from Safaricom's Spark Venture Fund, a -based mobile technology startups.

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