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Now Apple's iPhone manufacturers have joined the fight against chipmaker Qualcomm

Apple Inc. and its Asian contract manufacturers are hitting back at Qualcomm Inc. with legal claims that try to undermine the chipmaker’s attempt to force them to pay licensing fees. 671 more words

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BEWARE OF CHATR MOBILE'S "UNLIMITED  $40 TALK, TEXT AND DATA PLAN AND THEIR  $25 UNLIMITED TALK AND TEXT PLAN" . OUTRIGHT FALSE ADVERTISING. 

So, as the title says, buyer beware.

Chatr is outright lying and not telling customers about the ‘throttling’ or only a mere ‘100’ outgoing texts till AFTER THE CUSTOMER SIGNS THE INVOICE. 300 more words

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How Our Consumer Economy Changes the Rules

WHEN WE WERE CHILDREN, WE WERE TAUGHT THAT THE TELEPHONE IS NOT A TOY.

NOW THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY RELIES ON ADULTS WHO BELIEVE THE TELEPHONE… 6 more words

Pair face drugs charges after city traffic stop

A 29-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman face drug trafficking and possession charges respectively after a traffic stop on Sunday.

At Albert Street and 2nd Avenue at around 3 p.m., police stopped a vehicle which had three occupants and found a large amount of marijuana in plain view. 78 more words

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BlackBerry KEYone review: TCL plays to the diehards with a combination of old and new

The BlackBerry KEYone, announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year, just might be the BlackBerry we’re looking for. It’s a combination of old and new that hearkens back to the BlackBerry of yore while updating where required to make it attractive to today’s user. 1,025 more words

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Think, Sip, Write: ep29 - Cell Phone

Roberta and Rick share some fun facts about the history of the cellular phone, and it may be older than you think.  Can you remember what your first phone was?  8 more words

Thinking smart about being active

The University of Regina is looking to recruit some citizen scientists.

Dr. Tarun Katapally, a population health researcher and assistant professor at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, along with other researchers from across the country are launching a new SMART study to explore active living patterns of residents of Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. 406 more words

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