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Moto 360 (2019) review: A good watch on a so-so platform

Jimmy Westenberg December 11, 2019 64 shares
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Oppo’s under-display camera means we can finally stop arguing about notches

David Imel December 11, 2019 1789 shares
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Samsung Galaxy S11, S11 Plus, and S11e: Everything we know so far

C. Scott Brown December 5, 2019 473 shares
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AA holiday gift guide 2019

Team AA December 9, 2019
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Huawei indicted, China responds. Should consumers worry?

The U.S. has indicted Huawei for fraud, stealing trade secrets, and violating sanctions, but don't toss your phone just yet.
Eric ZemanJanuary 29, 2019641 shares
 

AT&T to face antitrust court battle over Time Warner deal

The U.S. Department of Justice will take AT&T to court to block its acquisition of Time Warner Broadcasting Inc. according to a new report.
Matt AdamsNovember 20, 2017127 shares
 

‘Paid apps for free’ pirates plead guilty: to be sentenced on August 1

Android app pirates that pleaded guilty to charges of criminal copyright infringement may face up to five years in jail when they are sentenced on August 1.
Kris CarlonMay 3, 2016821 shares
 

Google also in the firing line in the FBI’s war on encryption

The ACLU has released an interactive U.S. map highlighting where the federal government has taken both Apple and Google to court to compel co-operation in unlocking devices.
Kris CarlonMarch 31, 2016566 shares
 

Ohio man pleads guilty to selling pirated copies of Android mobile apps

Scott Walton admitted to distributing pirated copies of Android mobile apps.
William Neilson JrNovember 6, 2014554 shares
 

Spectrum scaring continues from ISP lobbying groups

Telecom companies use a variety of techniques deemed astroturfing.
William Neilson JrAugust 22, 2014139 shares
 

Samsung to pay $2.3 million for lying to the US government

Samsung agreed to pay $2.3 million to settle charges that it lied to the US.
William Neilson JrAugust 20, 2014372 shares
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