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37 articles

FCC, FTC examining how carriers release mobile security patches

Today the FCC and FTC announced that they would be launching an inquiry into why companies take so long to rollout security updates to mobile devices.
by John DyeMay 9, 201619

FTC extends its antitrust investigation into Alphabet and Android

According to sources close to the matter, the Federal Trade Commission is taking a closer look at anti-competitive practises related to Alphabet's Android OS.
by Robert TriggsApril 27, 201648

(Update: Google responds) EFF accuses Google of breaking a pledge not to track students

The EFF has filed a complaint with the FTC regarding Google's alleged tracking of student data.
by Robert TriggsDecember 3, 20153

FTC may launch antitrust case against Google over Android

The FTC is to investigate whether Google stifled competitors’ access to its Android mobile operating system, according to sources familiar with the matter.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 25, 201558

App that hijacks phones to mine Dogecoin fined by the FTC

Prized app developers have been fined by the FTC for secretly mining cryptocurrencies, such as Dogecoin or LiteCoin, on unsuspecting users' smartphones.
by Robert TriggsJuly 1, 20155

Surprise, surprise – the Comet Smartphone campaign is moving to another crowdfunding site

Comet Core has cancelled its Kickstarter campaign for the "world's first buoyant smartphone", due to a violation of Kickstarter's policies and procedures.
by Jimmy WestenbergJune 11, 201520

AT&T joins Verizon in claiming Title II status when it helps them financially

AT&T is essentially admitting that they will use their Title II status to simply dodge charges of throttling customer data.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 11, 20159

T-Mobile paying $90 million to settle ‘cramming’ charges

To compensate for the illegal practice of cramming, charging customers for unwanted services, T-Mobile will be laying out some major cash to make amends.
by Matthew BensonDecember 21, 20144

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

This week we talk about a lot of stuff that Google did, a new Game of Thrones game, VLC, HERE Maps, the new Action Launcher, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyDecember 12, 20148

Google begins emailing customers affected by unauthorized in-app purchases

Now that the Play Store's unauthorized in-app purchase problem has been settled, Google is beginning to contact customers with details for financial relief.
by Matthew BensonDecember 10, 201412
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