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Wednesday October 1, 2014
Authorities Express Concern over Phone Encryption
U.S. law enforcement officials are urging Apple and Google to give authorities access to smartphone data that the companies have decided to allow users to block with encryption.

Google Spruces Up Mobile Advertising for Brand Marketers
Mobile advertising is showing strong growth, but Google isn’t taking anything for granted. The search engine giant is working to make its mobile advertising paradigm more attractive to brand marketers.

Feds Indict StealthGenie Exec for Selling Spy App
U.S. authorities have charged a Pakistani man for allegedly marketing and selling a mobile app designed for stalking by monitoring all the activities of any iPhone, Blackberry or Android phone.

AT&T Doubles Data on Shared Mobile Plans
As the mobile wars escalate, AT&T is fighting back against its rivals. AT&T is offering new promotional Mobile Share Value plans that offer double the amount of data on existing 15 GB to 50 GB plans.

Beleaguered BlackBerry Posts $207 Million Loss
BlackBerry posted a smaller loss of $207M in the second quarter just days after the embattled company launched a new phone. CEO John Chen is convinced an eight-quarter turnaround is under way.

Apple Apologizes for a Week of iPhone Fiascos
Since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit stores, the highs of Apple's record-breaking sales have been quickly overtaken by a number of lows -- iOS 8 featured multiple bugs and the devices even seemed to warp.

Intel Puts $1.5 Billion Toward Its Future in China
In a move to tap into China's technology industry, Intel plans to invest as much as $1.5 billion for a minority stake in a holding company there to jointly develop mobile architecture.

FBI Chief Slams Apple, Google for New Privacy Policies
The recent moves by Apple and Google to increase privacy protections on their smartphones has drawn strong criticism from the director of the FBI and other law enforcement officials.

Square-Shaped BlackBerry a Productivity Workhorse
Struggling Canadian company BlackBerry has launched Passport, its newest smartphone, which has a distinctively square 4.5-inch screen. Marketing gimmick or innovative new design?

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