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What the F*ck Does AT&T Have Against Obscene Language

betabeat.com
(Screenshot: AT&T) Employing obscenity in passwords, either for the personal amusement or just to secretly feel like a badass, is a longstanding tradition hearkening back to the AOL dialup days of yore when “b00b!es” was your password of choice. But cellular overlord AT&T has no use for your filthy mind...
What the F*ck Does AT&T Have Against Obscene Language

More than half of the UK population now owns a smartphone, says report

thenextweb.com
It has been a long time coming, but it seems the UK’s mobile phone industry has finally reached tipping point, with more than half the population now owning a smartphone, compared to feature phones. Back in November, reports abounded that half of the UK was now using smartphones as opposed...
More than half of the UK population now owns a smartphone, says report

UK Ministry of Defence to auction excess radio spectrum in 2014, likely helping to boost 4G networks

thenextweb.com
The UK’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) has said it will auction off 200MHz of its excess radio spectrum, providing operators and other companies the opportunity to extend their 4G networks and other wireless services in the UK from 2014, Cellular News reports. The auction is the first of its kind...
UK Ministry of Defence to auction excess radio spectrum in 2014, likely helping to boost 4G networks

IDC: Nokia, Samsung, Apple are the new top 3 handset makers

www.engadget.com
The latest figures are in from IDC: the top three global smartphone makers are Nokia, Samsung and Apple, in that order. Drilling down into the figures finds some surprises: Cupertino's third-place with only 8.7 percent of the market, while the giants of Korea and Finland are duking it out...
IDC: Nokia, Samsung, Apple are the new top 3 handset makers
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