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GPS: Your Cell Provider Knows Where You Are

UNDATED (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Recent reports show Smartphone companies like Apple's iPhone and Android phones have implemented new software that tracks your phone's location. Full story

Dutch telecom KPN issues profit warning

Royal KPN NV, the largest telecommunications company in the Netherlands, warned Thursday that profits this year will be below expectations as the rapid adoption of "smart phones" is hurting some of its most lucrative businesses, such as SMS text messaging. Full story

Got working-mom guilt? Make your kid the boss

  Working mothers Francie Latour and Katherine Wintsch say your family deserves the same respect as your boss. So why not stay late for them?

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Moody's downgrades Nokia's debt ratings

Elpida develops new DRAM for smartphones

Smart phone, dumb idea lands Idaho man in jail

A PlayBook for fighting Apple and Google

Malware infects more than 50 Android apps

Take Washington coast by storm this winter

HTC unveils phones with Facebook button

Telecom chief: Smart phones clogging mobile networks

Nokia, Microsoft team up against Google, Apple

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  How to put yourself on a digital detox

CNET reporter Caroline McCarthy joins Chris Jansing to discuss Digital Detox Week, which suggests you unplug all of your other electronic equipment for seven days. Think you could do it?

  Social networks changing the dating scene

A new survey indicates smart phones and social networks are changing the way people approach dating and relationships. NBC's Kurt Gregory reports.

  Want to save money? There’s an app for that

Money magazine’s Beth Fenner reveals which smart phone apps can help you save a bundle.

  Phone/laptop combo can't live up to hype

Motorola's Atrix is an ambitious feat of gadgetry: A smart phone that powers a laptop dock. But when concept meets reality, there are too many compromises. Msnbc.com's Wilson Rothman shows off the goods — and bads.

  Gen-text: Kids staying glued to screens

Jan. 20: A new study says that kids between the ages of 8 and 18 devote almost 8 hours a day to a smart phone, computer, television, video game or other electronic device. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports.

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