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AT&T, Verizon Track Phone Web Use

AT&T, Verizon Track Phone Web Use
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are inserting header codes into mobile traffic data that enables them to track customers' browsing activities over LTE, 4G and 3G networks, an online security expert said.
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Motorola Mobility Now Part of Lenovo
Now that it has officially acquired Motorola Mobility, Lenovo aims to strengthen its global position in the smartphone market as well as take on current smartphone leaders Samsung and Apple.
LG Surges on Smartphone Sales
South Korea's LG Electronics says its third-quarter profit jumped 87 percent over a year earlier as smartphone sales set a record high, surpassing profits from televisions, LG's other mainstay business.
FTC Hits AT&T with 'Throttling' Suit
The FTC is targeting AT&T Mobility with a federal court lawsuit. The FTC claims AT&T misled millions of smartphone users by charging them for unlimited data plans while slashing data speeds.
Droid Turbo with Two-Day Battery Life
The latest smartphone in the Motorola Droid line tackles the most common complaint from users of those devices: battery life. The firm claims the Droid Turbo's battery can last for a full two days of normal use.
FCC: Mobile Carriers Posted Data
Private user info accessible via Google.
Apple Stimulates U.S. Economy
Keeps winning with the iPhone.
Some Retailers Rejecting Apple Pay
Merchants developing their own system.
Nokia's Upward Momentum Continues
Networks sector had near-record profit.
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