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FAQ: NSA's data mining explained May 12, 2006 As political concern grows over the National Security Agency's data-mining project, CNET News.com answers some questions.
Stay tuned for Verizon Wireless TV January 7, 2005 The operator tries to climb back to No. 1 with a major expansion of its high-speed network and a new mobile TV service.
Qualcomm cell phone ban to take effect August 7, 2007 Qualcomm loses latest battle to reverse the International Trade Commission's import ban on its technology, says it will continue the fight.
Motion sensing comes to mobile phones March 23, 2007 The technology made popular by Nintendo's Wii game controller is adding new utility--and excitement--to the cell phone. Photos: Motion-sensing phones
Meet Mr. I-mode February 2, 2005 Because of bets NTT's Kei-ichi Enoki laid down years ago, the Japanese carrier is leading the way in cell phone evolution.
Verizon serves up Chocolate phone July 31, 2006 LG's skinny slide phone comes to U.S. with 1.3-megapixel camera, GPS navigation--and lots of music and video. Photos: Sweet 'Chocolate' phones
Bringing smart phones to the masses September 28, 2007 Palm is the latest smart phone maker to address the consumer market with a smaller and cheaper phone that allows people to easily surf the Web and check e-mail.
Consumer gadgets fuel chip sales July 5, 2006 Worldwide chip sales rise 9.4 percent from a year ago, reflecting strong demand for cell phones and digital cameras.
FAQ: The lowdown on mobile TV October 21, 2005 TV on mobile phones is expected to be a hot new service that will generate lots of revenue for carriers.
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