Samsung faces Italy probe over throttling older models The consumer watchdog in Italy is investigating both Samsung and Apple over power management features that slowed down older phones.
Norton notes 'You won' malware scam crosses from PC to Android With Android seen as the Windows of the mobile world, it's no surprise to see Windows-type malware being redesigned for Android devices.
Russians join queue of iPhone users suing Apple Russians have joined the queue of iPhone users who are suing Apple for slowing down older devices, with a group planning to take the American…
Ex-phone industry manager jailed over SMS scam A man who defrauded mobile phone users of millions of dollars by sending them unwanted text messages has been jailed for five years.
Global mobile money transfers on the rise: Juniper Global registered mobile domestic money transfer users are expected to reach 2.5 billion this year, up from an estimated 1.7 billion in 2016.
AT&T backs out of deal with Huawei: report American telecommunications giant AT&T has reportedly backed out of a deal to offer Huawei smartphones on its plans.
Chinese forum post indicates Microsoft working on Surface Phone Microsoft appears to be working on a Surface Phone, if a post to a Chinese forum by an engineer working for the Microsoft Asia Research…
Apple admits cutting power in old iPhones to prevent shutdowns Facing complaints from users, Apple has admitted that the latest iteration of its iOS operating system restricts the computing power of some iPhone models in…
LivePerson, Webjet team up on mobile messaging deployment Cloud mobile and online business messaging solutions provider LivePerson has launched in-app mobile messaging technology in travel agency Webjet’s customer service business, which it says…
Apple's Schiller says all other facial recognition systems 'stink' Other smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S8 may have introduced facial recognition well before Apple, but Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller says all such systems…

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