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Uber seeks to patent pricing surges that critics call gouging

More people smuggling steroids than narcotics, Customs says

Exxon: US energy revival has staying power

Japan says electronics OK during take-off and landing

Europe widens in-flight use of portable electronics

Portable electronics to be allowed on flights: FAA

If US allows in-flight calls, will the airlines?

Internet of Things now accounts for 2% of world's cellular connections

Philippines allows phone use on planes

If gov't backs in-flight calls, will the airlines?

US moves ahead on plan to allow phone use in planes

Hong Kong metro seats may be scrapped for smartphone space

Lufthansa expands in-flight smartphone usage

AT&T snags OnStar wireless contract from Verizon

Physical by smartphone becoming real possibility

Crackdown hits popular China messaging platform WeChat

Egypt violence kills 2 civilians, 4 conscripts

Perth GP Christine Caffrey denies using mobile phone before crash that...

Australia follows EU and US in allowing mobile devices in-flight

US official: Airlines have final say on calls

Fire breaks out aboard Royal Caribbean cruise ship

Internet eyewear much in view at CES trade fair

Tablets, phones proving potentially fatal distraction for drivers

From palm trees to snow: Winter Olympics' Sochi

Authorities allow increased use of cell phones, e-readers on planes

Gov't weighs permitting cellphone calls on planes

Mobile devices get green light for use on Qantas and Virgin flights

Passengers returning to US after cruise ship fire

Canada's eavesdropping agency blasts tradecraft leak

High-tech trickery: space thermostats, connected monocles and smart gloves

Search for MH370: Live Report

Why so many police used in raid of Korean church?

From balloons to shrimp-filled shallows, the future is wireless

Phones, shoes to face scrutiny as airport security tightened - US

AP Enterprise: al-Qaida's Syrian cell alarms US

Japan's smartphone 'zombies' wreak havoc on the streets

EU follows US in allowing portable electronics in-flight

Europe's cabbies decry competition from Uber app

Man charged with drink-driving with baby

New online menaces: from spamming fridges to hijackers

Why didn't missing jet passengers use their cellphones?

Aircraft suppliers woo with new tech in a tablet-toting world

Japan's smartphone 'zombies' wreak havoc on the streets

Sky no longer the limit for in-flight Internet service