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Monday December 22, 2014
Amazon Keeps Fire Phone Alive with Big Update
So far, Amazon's Fire Phone has received anything but a warm welcome from smartphone users. But Amazon isn't giving up and has rolled out new features aimed at winning over consumers.

Waze Floods Traffic Where It Doesn't Belong
When the people whose houses hug the narrow warren of streets paralleling the busiest urban freeway in America began to see bumper-to-bumper traffic a year or so ago, they were baffled.

Google Driving Toward Android-Powered Cars
Already well recognized for its efforts to develop self-driving cars, Google is reportedly also working on getting its Android mobile operating system built directly into a variety of vehicles.

FTC Hits T-Mobile with $90 Million Cramming Fine
Wireless giant T-Mobile will pay more than $90 million as punishment for placing unwanted third-party charges on customer phone bills, a practice known as "mobile cramming."

Dirty Little Secret Affects Every Cell Phone User
Anyone in the world can listen in on your conversations, no matter what security you are using. At least, that is what two German researchers are preparing to report at a network security conference.

Virtual Reality Easter Egg Comes to Google Maps
The calendar might show we're getting close to Christmas, but Google is offering virtual reality fans an Easter egg instead in the form of a new 3D viewing feature on Google Maps.

Badly Needed Android Update Rumored on the Way
The New Year may see an update to the much-maligned Android Lollipop mobile operating system. A new version of Android reportedly is coming in 2015, possibly as early as February.

Twitter, Foursquare May Team for Customer Engagement
Adding more location-based functionality to Twitter could help businesses better engage with customers, which is why the company is reportedly exploring a new partnership with Foursquare.

FCC May Zing Sprint $105M for Customer Overcharges
The FCC is set to fine Sprint $105M for adding bogus third-party charges to its wireless users' bills. The practice, known has "cramming," has come under increasing fire from the agency this year.


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