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Sprint to unlock smartphones for American use starting February 2015

SprintThird-ranking US wireless carrier Sprint has recently revealed that it will unlock smartphones for American use from February next year.

In a revised policy page on unlocking smartphones, Sprint has stated that it is quite hopeful of ensuring that "all devices developed and launched on or after February 11, 2015 are capable of being unlocked domestically."

OnePlus One handset to be launched officially on April 23

According to reports, OnePlus' intriguing and affordable OnePlus One handset will be officially launched on Wednesday, April 23. With the handset expected make a big splash in the mobile industry; last-minute leaks and teasers pertaining to the forthcoming handset are making rounds on the Internet.

California appeals court rules that no-phones traffic law is not applicable to apps

phonesOn Thursday, an appeals court in California ruled that the state regulation which forbids motorists from talking or texting on a handheld cell phone while driving is not applicable to map apps.

According to the ruling by the 5th Appeals Court of California, while a California law bans motorists in the state from talking on mobile phones without a hands-free device, it does not bar them from looking at map apps while driving.

LG announces new F70 mid-range LTE smartphone for beginners

LGDevice maker LG is making quite a few new handset announcements at the ongoing 2014 Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. On Monday, the company showed off the LG G Pro 2, the L90, the L70, and the L40 handsets; and also announced another new smartphone - the LG F70.

Airtel launches 4G services in Bangalore, but only for iPhone 5S and 5C users

AirtelOn Friday, February 14, India's biggest telecom service provider, Airtel, announced the launch of 4G services in Bangalore. However, the services are currently limited only to the users of Apple's latest iPhones - the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C.

iPhone 5C Fails against iPhone 5s

According to the revelations of a new report, Apple has decided to introduce cuts in iPhone 5C production.

iPhone-5CChinese Web site C Technology turned up with the news, saying that while the company was producing 300,000 per day earlier, it would now manufacture only 150,000 units a day.

Coming Launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Calls for Endless Speculations

Samsung-GalaxyEven before the launch of Samsung's Galaxy S4, leaks in China predict that it will at least be a powerhouse. The event of `unpacking' for Samsung's Galaxy S4 will be on coming Thursday following high expectations from the Android addicts.

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