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Locks and jailbreaks: Be careful what you do to your cellphone

It is now illegal to unlock your mobile phone to change carriers, but you can still alter the operating software to use various applications.

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Now, it's illegal to unlock your cell phone without permission in US

Washington, Jan. 27 : It is now illegal to unlock your mobile phone without your carrier's permission.

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Unlocking cellphones becomes illegal Saturday

The clock to unlock a new mobile phone is running out. In October 2012, the Librarian of Congress, who determines exemptions to a strict anti-hacking law called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act , decided that unlocking mobile phones would no longer be allowed. But the librarian provided a 90-day window during which people could still buy a phone and unlock it. That window closes Jan. 26.

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Motorola wants to turn your mobile phone’s display into a speaker

Motorola Mobility has filed a patent application that could change the way you interact with your mobile phone or tablet. Imagine the screen on your phone was actually a speaker as well as an input device.

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Mobile TV Phone, Tablet Coming at CES

MetroPCS, Samsung, RCA, and Dyle will announce phones and tablets supporting free broadcast TV at CES this year.

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Sony in talks to buy out Ericsson from joint venture

HELSINKI/TOKYO: Sony Corp is in talks to buy out Ericsson from their mobile phone joint venture in a bid to catch up with rivals, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said.

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eVoice Calls In Five Ways to Improve Your Mobile Manners

Virtual Phone Service Provides Balance Between “Always On” and “Too Much” (1 day ago)

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