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  • Smartphone unlocking bill awaiting Obama signature
  • FTC to wireless carriers: Knock off bogus charges
  • 2015 Cadillac ATS boasts wireless charging powermat

Smartphone unlocking bill awaiting Obama signature

Smartphone unlocking bill awaiting Obama signature

Two years after passing a law making it illegal to unlock cell phones, the Library of Congress has passed a new law, now making it legal. This will allow phone owners to potentially switch carriers if they choose to.

FTC to wireless carriers: Knock off bogus charges

FTC to wireless carriers: Knock off bogus charges

The FTC is warning wireless carriers to stop charging their customers for unwanted purchases. This practice, called 'cramming,' is getting on peoples' nerves.

2015 Cadillac ATS boasts wireless charging powermat

2015 Cadillac ATS boasts wireless charging powermat

The 2015 Cadillac ATS will feature wireless charging powermats for mobile phones. This will require a compatible smartphone with wireless charging functionality.

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Space

Solar super storm missed Earth in 2012: Another may strike in 10 years, causing damaging effects

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NASA releases model blueprints of spacecrafts, planets and asteroids for 3D printer enthusiasts

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Boy with inoperable brain tumor gets birthday card from Justin Bieber

Daniel Nickerson has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain cancer and support from around the world came in. He received 100,000 cards and a message from Justin Bieber.

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Lack of sleep makes you prone to forming false memories: Study

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