Smartphones

New ruling may affect police access to smartphones
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A federal judge in Virginia ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, which could affect police access to fingerprint-protected devices like the new iPhones. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the decision.

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Radio reigns, smartphones grow in music consumption
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Radio is still the way to go for most Americans, a new report finds. Fifty-nine percent of people say they use a combination of AM, FM or online radio stations to listen to music each week, according to Music 360° 2014, Nielsen's third study of the …

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The travel industry is booming on smartphones as mobile …
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For the first six months of 2014, over 40 percent of Americans booked travel reservations — flights, hotels, cruises, for example — on mobile devices, up more than 20 percent for the same period last year, according to Criteo's …

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12 Ways Smartphones Can Mess Up Your Life
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According to Trey Songz. With just one butt-dial, Trey Songz finds out how easily a phone can expose an affair in his new single, “Smartphones.” In anticipation of his new album Trigga, due out July 1, the R&B singer explains just how dangerous your phone can be. People freak out when you don't answer texts […]

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Smartphones Have Become The Essential Travel Companion
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By 2015, mobile will account for one-quarter of U.S. online travel sales, driving $40 billion in revenue, according to PhoCusWright.

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Samsung Enriches Galaxy Smartphones With Milk Music
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Samsung has launched a competitor to Apple iTunes Radio, itself a service that quickly captured market share in digital music with 11 million unique visitors in its first three days, last Fall. The Samsung service is called Milk Music and is free to …

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