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Sprint: We'll Totally Unlock Any Phone You Buy After February 11, 2015

In a perfect world, once a customer has completed a mobile phone contract or paid the full unsubsidized cost of their device, they should be able to take that device to any carrier of their choice. 329 more words

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Meredith Attwell Baker, NBCUniversal’s top Washington lobbyist, has been named the new chief of CTIA, the wireless industry’s trade association. Baker, a former Republican FCC commissioner (and daughter-in-law of former Secretary of State James Baker), drew… 36 more words

Mobile

Apple, Samsung, Google & others back universal anti-theft tools agreement

The world’s biggest smartphones makers all agree on at least one thing: it’s time to find a new way to protect the personal data on your device. 117 more words

Mobile

Manufacturers and carriers will bring anti-theft measures to smartphones in 2015

All major manufacturers and carriers in the US have signed a commitment to provide anti-theft tools and services to users on all handsets starting July 2015. 28 more words

Google, Android manufacturers agree to participate in "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" program

Google has agreed to back a new initiative along with a host of Android manufacturers and all of the major U.S. cellular carriers that would require all smartphones manufactured after July 2015 to come with specific anti-theft features. 261 more words

Android

Apple agrees to participate in "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" program

Apple has agreed to back a new initiative along with a host of Android manufacturers and all of the major U.S. cellular carriers that would require all smartphones manufactured after July 2015 to come with specific anti-theft features. 274 more words

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