liwen · Dec 5, 2011 at 01:58 pm

What People Aren’t Saying About Carrier IQ – XDA TV

After an extended break, Azrienoch is back on XDA TV.  This week, he delves into questions and points about Carrier IQ that are neglected in the general media’s coverage of the story.  Questions like, why Carrier IQ’s capabilities are so hard to pin down, why congress became so interested so quickly, and why carriers continue to collect data from phones that do not use their networks–especially considering that Carrier IQ is supposedly a network diagnostic tool. Click on for his video!

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Forum Added for Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus
Forum Added for Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0
New Forum Added on XDA for Hardware Hacking
Carrier IQ Creeps Out Everyone
It’s Bugs All the Way Down
Carrier IQ’s own marketing claims undercut its defense
Al Franken Calls On Carrier IQ To Explain Mobile Tracking Software
Lawmaker Asks FTC to Investigate Carrier IQ
Sprint fed customer GPS data to cops over 8 million times


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liwen is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. View liwen's posts and articles here.
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Make Your Network Smart – XDA Xposed Tuesday

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Do You Have Insurance on Your Smartphone?

While affordable smartphones are becoming more available, the majority of high-end flagships are still upwards of $600. With these devices carrying such a hefty price, people look for different ways to protect their investment. The most popular way to protect your smartphone is just to buy a case, but many people like the added peace of mind that comes with insuring your phone. We're interesting in seeing just how many of you actually buy insurance on your smartphone. Let us know why or why not in the comments below.

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