Weekly Cell Phone News in Review—March 27, 2017

Wells Fargo Will Now Let Customers Withdraw Money Using Their Smartphones Wells Fargo customers will soon be able to use their smartphones, rather than their cards, to withdraw money from the bank’s ATMs. The company announced that as of Monday … Continue reading

Why Villanova Bans its Players from Using Smartphones When it comes to the quest for ...
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iPhone Performance Less Reliable than Android, Study Reveals The battle between iPhone and Android-enabled smartphones ...
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Cellphones at the Iditarod? The Race, like Alaska’s Climate, is Changing For the first time, ...
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A Quarter Of Holiday Email Revenue Derived From Smartphones A quarter of email-driven revenue was ...
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AT&T Fires Back With New Unlimited Plan Soon after the announcement of Verizon’s unlimited plan, ...
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Mobile Phones Will Number 5.5 Billion by 2021 The 11th annual Cisco Visual Networking Index ...
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‘Cell Phone-Only’ Households For Over Half of US Adults 52% of U.S. adults live in ...
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Want to Track Cellphones? Get a Warrant, Lawmakers Say Law enforcement cellphone tracking devices are ...
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More Than Half of U.S. Adults Live in ‘Cell Phone-Only’ Households More than half (52%) ...
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