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North Korea, Fearing K-Pop and Porn, Warns Against Smartphones’ Influence

SEOUL, South Korea — K-pop. Cheating on exams. Even pornography. North Korea on Tuesday warned against the disruptive influence it said smartphones could have on its isolated population, as the devices have begun to expose young people in particular to information and trends from the outside world. In the hermetically …

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Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Gets Green Light From U.S. Regulators

A federal government committee and other top regulators in the United States have approved the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, paving the way for a union between the country’s third- and fourth-largest wireless operators. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States — a body that reviews foreign …

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Bits: The Week in Tech: Facebook Is in the News. Again.

The stolen data included names, addresses and encrypted credit card details of hotel customers. Hackers also stole travel histories and passport numbers of a smaller group of guests. It’s one of the bigger cybersecurity breaches in history. (Then again, the Facebook breach affecting 30 million accounts, announced last September, was …

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Digital Divide Is Wider Than We Think, Study Says

Ferry County in northeastern Washington spans more than 2,200 square miles of mostly forestland, rivers and lakes. And according to the Federal Communications Commission, everyone in the sprawling county has access to broadband internet. But that is not the reality experienced by the roughly 7,500 residents of this county, which …

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New Zealand Blocks Huawei, in Blow to Chinese Telecom Giant

“We have an existing agreement,” William Duma, the state investment minister, told reporters. Huawei has already completed 60 percent of the $200 million project, which is financed by the Export-Import Bank of China. Mr. Duma said that made the 11th-hour effort from the Western powers “a bit patronizing.” The competing …

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Major Study Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link Between Cellphone Radiation and Brain Cancer

The rodents in the studies were exposed to radiation nine hours a day for two years — far longer even than heavy users of cellphones. For the rats, the exposures started before birth and continued until they were about 2 years old. Some 2 to 3 percent of the male …

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‘Presidential Alert’ Goes to Millions of Cellphones Across the U.S.

At 2:18 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, cellphones across the United States emitted the ominous ring of an emergency presidential alert. It was the first nationwide test of a wireless emergency alert system, designed to warn people of a dire threat, like a terror attack, pandemic or natural disaster. “THIS IS …

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