Somebody, somewhere in India will send the final message in July, ending a technology that connected people for more than 160 years.
An activist contends the FCC's Lifeline benefit, which aims to help low-income Americans pay for a phone, is widely abused.
Despite telecom and Internet company denials about sharing data with intelligence agencies, the Prism program makes it clear that privacy only exists offline -- way offline.
The telecom giant now levies a monthly 61-cent 'administrative' charge that will bring in millions in revenue.
With consumers failing to 'like' the device, AT&T is offering the Mark Zuckerberg brainchild at dollar-store prices.
Law enforcement officials say wireless carriers and handset makers aren't doing enough to stem the phone-stealing epidemic.
The emergency notification systems used following the marathon attacks are part of a rapidly expanding industry.
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