Friday, December 16, 2011

The NTSB's Cell Phone Overkill; Google Donates $11.5 Million to Fight Slavery, Human Trafficking; Decision in Apple, HTC Case Delayed

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The NTSB's Cell Phone Overkill; Google Donates $11.5 Million
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Case Delayed
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The NTSB's Cell Phone Overkill

The NTSB called for a ban on all cell phone use while driving;
texting while driving is a serious problem, but this ban goes
too far.

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Google Donates $11.5 Million to Fight Slavery, Human Trafficking

Google on Tuesday announced that it has given $11.5 million to
International Justice Mission and several other organizations
that work to fight worldwide slavery.

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Decision in Apple, HTC Case Delayed

According to reports, the International Trade Commission (ITC)
has delayed its ruling on a patent case involving HTC and Apple
until Dec. 19.

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Google Blacks Street View Shooter Game

Google this week pulled an Amsterdam-based ad agency's access to
its Street View API after the firm used the images to create a
first-person shooter game dubbed Google Shoot View.

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California Forms E-Crimes Unit to Battle Identity Theft

California attorney general Kamala Harris announced the
formation of a state "e-crimes unit" on Wednesday, focusing on
crimes with a substantial technology component.

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American Airlines Gains FAA Approval for iPads in Cockpit

An FAA spokesman confirmed to PCMag that American Airlines
pilots can now use iPads onboard, without having to turn them
off during takeoff and landing.

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Hands on With T-Mobile's Lumia 710

T-Mobile and Nokia today launched the Lumia 710 smartphone. We
took a closer look.

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