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  • 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. ...

  • Mobile phone signals in prison could be blocked in legal move
    Mobile phone signals in prison could be blocked in legal move
    • 2015-07-08

    MSPs are set to pass a new law which could result in the blocking of mobile phone signals inside Scotland's jails. The legislation will enable prison governors to switch off signals in order to prevent inmates from carrying out illegal activities while inside. The new measure is contained within a W...

  • 4G LTE IS NOW IN IRAN
    4G LTE IS NOW IN IRAN
    • 2015-07-02

    Irancell is the only national operator which has so far succeeded in obtaining the Upgrade License of 4G. By offering the new services, the 2nd Operator has brought a totally different experience of Internet to its subscribers, being the first national operator to offer 3G and 4G services on its mob...

  • New York City bans cell phones during public performances
    New York City bans cell phones during public performances
    • 2015-06-26

    NEW YORK CITY (Reuters) -- Cellular telephones won't be ringing in Broadway theaters, movie houses or concert halls -- at least not legally -- as of Sunday as New York City restricts the use of mobile phones to improve the quality of life there. The new law bans the use of mobile phones in "any indo...

  • Cell jammers declare war with signal
    Cell jammers declare war with signal
    • 2015-06-23

    NEW YORK — A cafe customer fed up with cell phone chatter sits in a bubble of blissful silence as nearby patrons puzzle over dead handsets. A man tries to take a secret snapshot with his camera phone, but gets only a blank screen. A priest imbues his church with a new energy — the electromagnetic ki...

  • Unhappy voters jam Capitol Hill phone lines
    Unhappy voters jam Capitol Hill phone lines
    • 2015-06-16

    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The recent debate over the nearly $900 billion economic stimulus plan and revelations of tax problems by three Obama administration appointees have voters angrily jamming phone lines on Capitol Hill to air their frustrations to their elected representatives.  Their reactions...

  • Prison officials sniffing out contraband cell phones
    Prison officials sniffing out contraband cell phones
    • 2015-06-11

    (CNN) -- In the black market of prison life, cell phones have become perhaps the hottest commodity. Now, Texas is among a growing number of state governments going after them.  Tiny, easy to hide and an unmonitored link for convicts to the outside world, cell phones are valuable contraband, fet...

  • Pupils face classroom mobile phone ban
    Pupils face classroom mobile phone ban
    • 2015-06-08

    Pupils could be banned from taking their mobile phones into classrooms as part of a new drive by Ofsted to improve discipline in schools.  Sir Michael Wilshaw, chief inspector of the education watchdog, said disruption during lesson times was often down to the use of mobiles and that the issue ...

  • Florida teacher suspended for jamming cellphones in class
    Florida teacher suspended for jamming cellphones in class
    • 2015-06-03

    LAND O' LAKES, Fla. (AP) — A Florida science teacher has been suspended for running a signal jammer to prevent his students from using their cellphones in class. School board members in Pasco County approved Dean Liptak's five-day, unpaid suspension on Tuesday. Liptak didn't contest the decision. Of...

  • Wanted: Technology to curb mobile phone use in prison
    Wanted: Technology to curb mobile phone use in prison
    • 2015-05-29

    (Ars Technica) -- The campaign to rid our nation's prisons of cell phones went to the next level on Wednesday, with a call from the Department of Commerce for intel on devices that can get the situation under control. The government is "seeking comment on technical approaches" to the problem, Commer...

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