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e911

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Tech hurdles ahead for e911

Correspondent Melissa Francis looks at the technology hurdles facing wireless carriers in launching the second phase of the e911 initiative by October.

Nov. 1, 2007

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Cell carriers fined over missed e911 deadlines

Feds slap $2.83 million in fees on Sprint Nextel, Alltel and U.S. Cellular in a move designed to demonstrate the importance of location-sensitive phones for mobile subscribers.

By Aug. 30, 2007

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Trouble in the E911

A mother blames mistakes in her digital phones' 911 service for a child's death.

By Sep. 30, 2004

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Fund this: iPhone case calls for help with the flip of a switch

The Lifesaver Case immediately dials E911 and transmits crucial information -- no extra interaction with the phone required.

By Mar. 5, 2014

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Why the FCC needs to get with the times, finally

commentary The FCC, with a new chairman and a full complement of commissioners now on board, needs to act with dispatch to adapt its regulations to the new marketplace realities of the digital age.

By Nov. 3, 2013

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Schmidt: Google Now approach could work for businesses

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt tells CIOs they need to blow up their infrastructure pronto, argues Android is secure, and covers a lot of turf.

By Oct. 7, 2013

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A beginner's guide to telecom jargon, part 7

A look at chipsets, Enhanced 911, and why breaking up is hard to do (for companies).

By Sep. 11, 2011

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Geo-privacy bills aim to curb warrantless tracking

Long-awaited measures from Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) intend to set ground rules for monitoring the locations of cars or mobile devices.

By Jun. 15, 2011

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Senator pushes for mobile privacy reform

Draft bill from Sen. Ron Wyden reviewed by CNET would establish privacy protections for mobile devices and regulate police use of GPS bugs.

By Mar. 22, 2011