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FTC Hits AT&T with 'Throttling' Suit

FTC Hits AT&T with
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.
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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.
New Nexus Devices To Feature Lollipop
The first devices featuring Google's latest update to its Android operating system -- Android 5.0 Lollipop -- will be the Nexus 6 "phablet" and the Nexus 9 tablet. The Nexus 9 is scheduled to ship Nov. 3.
Microsoft Drops Nokia, Keeps Lumia
That didn’t take long. After acquiring Nokia’s phone business for $7.5 billion earlier this year, Microsoft is finally rebranding the product -- slightly -- from Nokia Lumia to Microsoft Lumia.
Samsung Seeks Boost from New Note
The latest version of Samsung's popular big-screen Galaxy Note has gone on sale at a crucial time for the South Korean company as it suffers a rapid decline in profit from its global smartphone biz.
Sculley Talks Smartphone Venture
Former Apple CEO shares wisdom.
Is It a Watch? A Phone? No, It's a Puls
Will.i.am unveils a new wearable.
Samsung's Note-Worthy Smartphone
Galaxy Note 4 is a strong contender.
With Z3, Sony Will Hit U.S. Faster
Aims to ramp up its tiny market share.
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