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  • Many 911 cellphone calls lack location information, study finds

    Many 911 cellphone calls lack location information, study finds
    Cellular phone networks across California are failing to properly deliver the location of 911 callers to emergency rescuers in a growing majority of calls for help, according to a report released by advocates for the state's emergency dispatchers....
  • Stop texting and driving! (Here's a video that might help)

    Stop texting and driving! (Here's a video that might help)
    There's no real good excuse for texting and driving, but people seem to keep doing it anyway -- which is why esteemed documentarian Werner Herzog has directed a 35-minute documentary on texting-and-driving accident victims. According to U.S....
  • HTC One coming to Verizon Wireless on Thursday

    The HTC One smartphone will be sold by the nation's largest carrier beginning next week, four months after it launched on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon Wireless said in a tweet early Friday that HTC's top phone of 2013 would cost $199 with a two-...
  • Werner Herzog's 'From One Second to the Next' is an Internet hit

    Werner Herzog's 'From One Second to the Next' is an Internet hit
    Director Werner Herzog's sobering new documentary short, "From One Second to the Next," is a hit on the Internet. The 35-minute film, a cautionary look at the dangers of texting while driving, has racked up nearly 1.75 million views on YouTube since...
  • Review: Galaxy Gear is fun, cool but not worth buying just yet [Video]

    Review: Galaxy Gear is fun, cool but not worth buying just yet [Video]
    If you see someone speaking into their watch, they're not crazy or pretending to be a spy. They probably own a Samsung Galaxy Gear. The South Korean tech giant released its $299 smartwatch in the U.S. earlier this month and has been spending some big...
  • T-Mobile forcing customers with grandfathered plan to move to new one

    T-Mobile forcing customers with grandfathered plan to move to new one
    T-Mobile has begun notifying existing customers with a grandfathered plan that they can no longer keep it and must move to a new one. The Seattle wireless carrier had allowed some customers to keep their service plans even after it stopped offering...
  • Live unboxing: Acer C720 Chromebook [Video chat]

    Live unboxing: Acer C720 Chromebook [Video chat]
    A new wave of Chromebook laptops is rolling out for the holiday season, and among them is the new Acer C720 Chromebook. The C720 Chromebook is one of two new laptops released last week running on Chrome OS, Google's computer platform. The other...
  • Wireless minutes: Why lose 'em if you don't use 'em?

    Wireless minutes: Why lose 'em if you don't use 'em?
    Richard has a question about wireless minutes: How come they can go sayonara if you don't use them in a given month? I'm with you, Richard. Seems to me that if you buy something, it's yours. But that's not always how things work in Wireless World. ASK...
  • T-Mobile CEO hints at iPad that would work with his carrier's service

    T-Mobile CEO hints at iPad that would work with his carrier's service
    A tweet by T-Mobile's chief executive may be a clue for what to expect from Apple's media event next week. John Legere, the head of the Seattle-based carrier, sent a tweet on Wednesday expressing his excitement for the event. "What has two thumbs...
  • Apple hopes for quick start on new campus to meet 2016 deadline

    Apple hopes for quick start on new campus to meet 2016 deadline
    Apple and the city of Cupertino, Calif., took a moment to catch their breath this week after a 2.5-year process culminated in the unanimous approval of the company's new headquarters.  But they're only pausing for a moment. Because now comes the...
  • T-Mobile will no longer carry BlackBerry smartphones in its stores

    T-Mobile will no longer carry BlackBerry smartphones in its stores
    It's getting only tougher for struggling BlackBerry as T-Mobile, one of the top U.S. carriers, said it will no longer sell the Canadian smartphones in its stores. The only customers who are still interested in purchasing BlackBerry are business...