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This early flip phone cost an astonishing $1,000 and proves just how far we've come

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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Angela Lang/CNET The Galaxy S10 in Canary Yellow and Flamingo Pink. The foldable Galaxy Fold in Martian Green. OnePlus 6T in Thunder Purple. The list goes on. Every sales figure and expert tells us that people buy phones for their camera, battery and screen. But any product designer or marketer will tell you that color and finish matter, too.

Berkeley's "Right to Know" ordinance, which went into effect in 2016 after years of discussion, mandated that anyone buying a cell phone in the city receive a notice advising them that by carrying a phone in a pocket or bra, they could be exposed to radio frequency emissions that exceed FCC guidelines for maximum exposure.

Apple says Trump's tariffs would make Watch, AirPods and Macs more expensive
In November, Apple's quarterly results showed it may be grappling with a case of iPhone fatigue -- but it's still getting people to shell out more money for the phones they do buy. The Cupertino, California, company earlier this month said it didn't sell as many iPhones as analysts expected, and it projected lackluster revenue results for the December quarter. Apple also said it would no longer detail unit sales of its major devices, a reversal from its strategy since first introducing the products.

The head coach job is Schiano's first since since a dismal two-year stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL in 2012-13. He was almost hired by Tennessee in 2017, but the deal fell apart after allegations he failed to report sexual abuse at Penn State during his time there.

In an emailed statement, CTIA said it's pleased with the decision. "We will continue to assert our position that the First Amendment prohibits state and local governments from forcing retailers to convey the government's message, particularly where that message is misleading, contrary to science, and contrary to the retailers' own views."   

NTT's name isn't well known outside of Japan, but the company is a significant force in the tech world. It's got 300,000 employees, operates in 88 countries and pulls in annual revenue of $107 billion with businesses like computing services for corporate customers.

Speaking to the media for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the Big Ten Conference university and its athletic programs last month, Schiano said Thursday his biggest concern is the health of his players and their families.

— Jason O. Gilbert (@gilbertjasono) January 31, 2019 Fans of other teams around the league are contemplating what this means for them. Cavs fans are worried this jeopardizes their ability to be the worst and thus grab the number one draft pick at the end of the season. Hawks fans are feeling down. Spurs fans are laughing because they think they had the best international duo of all time.

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> It's a Black Mirror plotline written by your favorite cat lady: Telephones shaped like Garfield, the orange cartoon cat who loves lasagna and hates Mondays, have been mysteriously washing up on a French beach for three decades. 

Soon after it was implemented, CTIA, the wireless industry's lobbying arm in Washington, sued to block the law, arguing that it violated the freedom of speech of retailers since it required them to post "inflammatory" messages. But in April 2017, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the ordinance saying it was in the public interest and based on FCC information.

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Andrew Hoyle/CNET The US Supreme Court stepped into the long-running debate over wireless and health on Thursday when it vacated a Berkeley, California, law requiring retailers to warn customers about possible wireless radiation exposure.

He's referring to Samsung here, the world's largest smartphone maker. But make no mistake, Huawei is no seedling startup. Last year it ousted Apple to become the planet's second biggest phone brand, and it plans to take Samsung's crown by 2020. While Samsung admitted to slower sales in 2018 (Apple did, too), Huawei announced that its shares were rising: 200 million units sold by the end of 2019. Its investment in flashy phones seems to have paid off.

Trade battle
As part of its letter, Apple noted the large role it plays in the US economy. It's "responsible" for over 2 million jobs across all 50 states, including Apple's direct employees, manufacturing and retail partners and app developers who've benefited from creating software for informative post Apple's iPhones, iPads and other devices.

As part of Thursday's decision, the Supreme Court returned the case to the lower court for further review based on its 5-4 decision earlier this week in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra. In that case, the majority of the justices ruled that the state of California violated the free speech rights of religiously-sponsored antiabortion clinics by requiring them to inform pregnant woman of all available options of medical reproductive care, including those they morally opposed.