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Google predicts this will be our most connected holiday season ever, a trend that worries some who see tech addiction as an increasing threat to work-life balance.
New York (AFP) – Amazon plans a mystery unveiling — widely expected to be a smartphone — on Wednesday to delve into a super competitive market dominated by Apple and Samsung. The company has given a hint as to what is in store and invited a small group of media to the Seattle event to […]
By Jessica Calefati, San Jose Mercury News SACRAMENTO, California—Several weeks after voting to squash a bill that would require anti-theft technology in all California cell phones, the state Senate Thursday morning voted to advance the “kill switch” bill. The legislation got a second chance when Sen. Mark Leno, a Democrat, asked his colleagues to reconsider Senate […]
By Jessica Calefati, San Jose Mercury News SACRAMENTO, Calif. — With law enforcement warning of an epidemic of smartphone thefts, the California Senate this week will be asked to reconsider a proposal to deter robberies with a bill it once killed under pressure from the telecommunications industry. State Sen. Mark Leno plans Thursday to reintroduce SB962 […]
By David G. Savage, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court’s new champion of the Fourth Amendment, is likely to play a crucial role Tuesday when the court hears this year’s most important search case: whether the police may routinely examine the digital contents of a cellphone confiscated during an arrest. Civil […]