Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.
You Can't Even Switch Between All Carriers Cell-phone unlocking may become legal, but that doesn't mean it'll always be possible to switch ... to unlock the phones themselves or have someone else do it for them. Lewis also said it was an important victory ...
Obama signs bill "unlocking" cell phones
Additionally, just because cell phone unlocking is legal does not mean it will be easy to switch carriers. According to CNET, not all wireless operators use the same network technologies or the same radio frequencies for services. AT&T and T-Mobile use a ...
Here's what the phone unlocking bill means, and how it affects our future
(We do a deep dive on the ruling and what it means here.) In short ... a petition to the White House (titled "Make Unlocking Cell Phones Legal") was drafted, requesting lawmakers take action to get the decision reversed. The document collected more ...
President signs cell phone unlocking bill into law
Users should keep in mind unlocked does not necessarily mean interoperable, as carrier platforms and spectrum holdings vary." Still, many agree that decriminalizing cell phone unlocking is a step in the right direction. Earlier this year, the Federal ...
Cell Phones May Cause Cancer, Says the WHO. What to Do?
Cell phone radiation might ... Wireless phone radiation falls into the third of five ranked categories. The CTIA wireless industry trade group quickly responded, stating that the classification "does not mean cell phones cause cancer."