Weekly Cell Phone News in Review—June 19, 2017

Mobile Roaming ChargesScrapped Across EU As of June 15, mobile roaming charges across the EU will be abolished, meaning it will be illegal to charge people more to use their phones in one EU country than another. It’s great news … Continue reading

Verizon Wireless is now offering a wireless home phone. The Novatel T2000 will be available online and ...
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As a part of its new Commercial Card Expense Reporting (CCER) mobile service, Wells Fargo ...
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Privacy Rights For Cellphone Users In The US Will Be Tested In A New Supreme ...
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The new EnCompass app, which is being released by 121nexus, will make it easier for ...
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While Android and Apple devices dominate the mobile phone market, Microsoft may be reentering the ...
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Judy Malware: 36 Million Android Smartphones Could Be Infected Security researchers have discovered Android malware ...
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Research from Appthority indicates that 21,000 apps have a backend data exposure vulnerability, and the mobile ...
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The rugged Kyocera DuraForce PRO smartphone is now available to T-Mobile subscribers for $425, which ...
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Apple and Samsung Stumble as Smartphone Market Soars Apple and Samsung might be the world’s ...
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