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A new law makes obviously dangerous behavior illegal. The state already has a law banning cell phone calls without a headset while driving, but this closes a loophole in that law.
Angelo DiNardi says that Apple has rejected his MailWrangler application, which lets users add and access multiple Gmail accounts.
Another useful tool banned from the iPhone App Store
California outlaws texting by train operators, and Congress wants to limit the amount of taxes that can be applied to cell phone bills.
CNET Tech Editor Matt Fitzgerald joins us on today's show to shoot the film with us on a flurry of random stories from around the internet, including George Takeiiiiiii's marriage, the inevitable death of TRL.
"Our bad," declares company, deciding that the Mozilla Public License is once again an option for Google Code projects. Also added: the Eclipse Public License.
The ad said "all the parts of the Internet are on the iPhone." An advertising oversight board ruled that the boast was misleading.
The Center for Environmental Health in Oakland, Calif., announced it has reached a legal agreement with Chrysler and the three largest producers of automobile wheel balancing weights.
Federal Trade Commission is restricting telemarketers from sending prerecorded phone calls to consumers unless the consumer gives written consent to receive them.
Some states are looking at banning robocalling by celebrities on behalf of political candidates.