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22 Attorneys General Sue to Block FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson today, along with the attorneys general of 20 other states and the District of Columbia, filed a petition to block the FCC’s attempt to repeal net neutrality. The FCC voted in December to scrap Obama-era rules that prohibit internet service providers from prioritizing some …

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Review: Xiaomi Mi Sphere 360 Camera

Cameras that capture 360-degree photos and videos are fun and creative smartphone companions. Xiaomi’s Mi Sphere 360 Camera is an affordable entry in the space that lets you capture your 360-degree experiences, edit them, and easily share them with others. It offers high-resolution, 360-degree images and video, as well as …

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BlackBerry Power Center receives update

The BlackBerry Power Center app has received an update in the Google Play Store. The app helps you optimize the power usage of your Android powered BlackBerry handset, so that you can make sure that your phone has power when you need it the most. You can decide on a …

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Facebook's Messenger Kids App Reaches Amazon Devices

Facebook’s messaging application for children, announced late last year, is now available from the Amazon App Store. The application can be installed and used on Amazon’s Fire tablets. Messenger Kids is a mobile app that gives kids under the age of 13 the power to communicate via text and video …

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Republicans Don't Want U.S. Gov Using Huawei, ZTE Equipment

A new bill introduced by Texas Representative Michael Conaway (R) would prevent any part of the U.S government from using equipment from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE. The “Defending U.S. Government Communications Act” (H.R. 4747) explicitly prohibits the government from “using or contracting with an entity that uses certain telecommunications …

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LG to Drop Annual Flagship Handset Refresh Cycle

In a shift of strategy, LG this week said it will cease bringing new flagship devices to market each year as it has done the last five or so years. “We will unveil new smartphones when it is needed. But we will not launch it just because other rivals do,â€� …

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