By ZDNet Staff
| April 23, 2009 -- 05:52 GMT (22:52 PDT)
| Topic: Mobility
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Nokia firmware blunder sent some user data to China
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.
T-Mobile begins piloting in-home LTE internet service
The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE.
TPG-Vodafone merger decision set for May
May 9 will see the ACCC’s draft decision be finally handed down on whether TPG and Vodafone will be allowed to merge.
Galaxy S10 is doing well in China: Samsung mobile boss
Samsung co-CEO DJ Koh says the Galaxy S10 smartphone is selling well in China and will bring about a turnaround after two years of difficulty there.
Forget Apple's new AirPods: Samsung Buds provide better fit, more functionality for $70 less
Google Pixel 3a XL? They couldn't think of a worse name?
Phone names used to be simple. Google seems to have given up on that.
Apple releases second-generation AirPods
The new AirPod earphones come with longer battery life, new processor, and the option of a wireless charging case.
Microsoft angers ex-Windows boss: Halting Office 365 sync on his new iPhone is 'crazy'
An apparent test at Microsoft to boost Outlook app installs has really riled former Windows chief Steven Sinofsky.
Android shake-up: Google agrees to promote rivals to its Chrome and search
Android phone owners in Europe will soon be asked which browser and search engine they want to use.