Law requires all connected devices sold in the state to be equipped with antitheft software.
After failing in the state Senate two weeks ago, a bill requiring that device makers include antitheft software on phones sold in the state passes muster.
On the heels of proposed California legislation, federal lawmakers also get on board with a bill requiring security features on all cell phones.
State regulators unveiled the proposed piece of legislation, hoping to suppress theft of mobile devices. But will resistance from the wireless industry halt the effort?
The California Senate bill is designed to deter smartphone and tablet theft.
Sen. Mark Leno wants to make the security feature -- aimed at bricking stolen smartphones -- the law.
Check is a convenient way to pay your bills on your phone, but only if you remember to send your payments in early.
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