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  • Iran police clash with protesters over currency crisis
    Iran police clash with protesters over currency crisis
    • 2015-08-20

    Riot police in Iran have clashed with protesters in the capital over sharp falls in the currency, the rial. Tear gas was used to disperse the demonstrators, some of whom were setting fire to tyres and rubbish bins. There were many arrests, reports say. Eyewitnesses told the BBC that scores of people...

  • Jam mobile phone signals in prisons, says inspector
    Jam mobile phone signals in prisons, says inspector
    • 2015-08-14

    Technology should be used to jam mobile phone signals in prisons, an inspector at Britain's largest jail has said. David Jamieson, chairman of Wandsworth prison's Independent Monitoring Board, says illegal phones fuel prison drug trading, bullying and gang problems. Behind bars, phones can cost £400...

  • Jail 'fight club' filmed on cellphone despite multimillion-dollar jammers
    Jail 'fight club' filmed on cellphone despite multimillion-dollar jammers
    • 2015-08-13

    Taxpayers have forked out $17 million on cellphone jamming technology for prisons – but inmates continue to be caught with increasing numbers of contraband mobile phones. Despite a network blocking system designed to stop Mt Eden prisoners using cellphones, footage of a "fight club" found its way ou...

  • Number of Internet users in China continues to rise
    Number of Internet users in China continues to rise
    • 2015-08-06

    The number of Internet users in China is continuing to increase, according to the China Internet Network Information Center. The center says in a mid-year report that by the end of June, there were 668 million Internet users in China. The report says nearly 49 percent of China's population now goes ...

  • OpenSignal LTE report on the Philippines: Slow but consistent speeds
    OpenSignal LTE report on the Philippines: Slow but consistent speeds
    • 2015-08-05

    While the country may have got 4G LTE as early as 2011, networks in the Philippines aren't as fast as other Asian countries. OpenSignal's latest report on LTE looks towards the Philippines, and while the country has had 4G LTE since 2011, speeds still lag far behind other Asian high-tech hubs such a...

  • NTSB wants to ban mobile phone and electronics use in cars across the country [UPDATE]
    NTSB wants to ban mobile phone and electronics use in cars across the country [UPDATE]
    • 2015-07-29

    In August of last year, a 19-year-old pickup driver received 11 texts in as many minutes while traveling down a Missouri highway outside Gray Summit. The truck rear-ended a stopped tractor trailer at speed, which was then struck by not one, but two school buses, resulting in a massive, multi-car pil...

  • 4G phone chip prices to fall 50% in 1 year
    4G phone chip prices to fall 50% in 1 year
    • 2015-07-28

    Prices for 4G smartphone chip solutions, which have fallen about 40% so far in 2015, will continue their downward trend in the second half of the year. Prices will fall an overall 50% for 2015, according to industry sources. The price decline of an estimated 50% in one year shows fierce competition ...

  • Wallet of the future? Your mobile phone
    Wallet of the future? Your mobile phone
    • 2015-07-20

    These days, it seems that most Americans carry three things in their pockets or purses at all times: keys, a wallet and a phone.  But, in the not-too-distant future, you may be able to leave the wallet and the keys behind. The mobile phone is staging a coup. Some analysts say that within five y...

  • AT&T enlists hoops stars to push latest claim: 'Strongest 4G LTE signal'
    AT&T enlists hoops stars to push latest claim: 'Strongest 4G LTE signal'
    • 2015-07-16

    The price war between wireless carriers maybe cooling off, but their war of words still rages on. AT&T, the nation's second-largest wireless carrier by subscriber base, will fire the next shot with a new campaign promoting its latest claim, "strongest 4G LTE signal," featuring basketball legends...

  • T-Mobile will let you use your phone in Canada and Mexico without a roaming fee
    T-Mobile will let you use your phone in Canada and Mexico without a roaming fee
    • 2015-07-14

    T-Mobile is opening up the borders to Mexico and Canada for its subscribers. The fourth-largest wireless carrier in the US on Thursday said it would allow customers use their smartphones -- to make calls, send text messages and browse the mobile Web -- in both countries without any roaming charges. ...

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