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Earlier this year, lawmakers in San Francisco and New York joined forces in an initiative called \"Secure our Smartphones\" that would encourage manufacturers to include a so-called \"kill switch\" in future phones to address the growing problem of handset theft. According to George Gascon, San Franci

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If you've got concerns about not getting your fair shake on the new 700MHz spectrum, don't worry, because a group known as M2Z (backed by Google, Amazon, Netscape, MySpace, and TiVO) has got you covered. The gang is looking for the FCC to break off 25MHz of the new spectrum to set up a \"free\" wirele

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While it's certainly not the first of kind, Sprint is busting out a rare American solution to the 3G router thirst as it showcases the Cisco ENZO at this year's CTIA. The EV-DO router is based around a Cisco 3G WWAN interface card and an \"integrated service router (ISR),\" and unfortunately, that's a

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