The top mobile stories from the past 24 hours, served with cream and two sugars.
Apple’s Tim Cook On Foxconn: Data Transparency, Work Hours Cap On The Way (via Fast Company)
“We believe every worker has the right to a fair and safe work environment free of discrimination, where they earn competitive wages and can voice their concerns freely,” Cook said. “Apple’s suppliers must live up to this to do business with Apple.”
Clear: Why This Simple To Do List App Has Everyone Talking (via TechCrunch)
We may have found Rob Woodbridge’s most wanted app. But is the world ready for a buttonless app?
Dear Apple, Address Book-Gate Is Sort Of Your Fault (via TechCrunch)
Alexia Tsotsis picks up a point we made yesterday on data privacy and runs with it, stating that it’s primarily Apple’s responsibility, not an individual developer one.
Leaked BlackBerry 10 images reveal home screen widgets, more (via BGR)
A little eye candy to hold over BlackBerry fans until BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 reportedly drops on February 21st.
Why your next smartphone could have better Wi-Fi (via GigaOM)
The new Wi-Fi standard boosts wireless speeds three times over the current 802.11n radios — 433 Mbps per antenna — while also improving power efficiency up to six times, according to Broadcom.
AT&T’s Wireless Data Traffic Doubles Every Year, But Throttling Is Not The Solution (via TechCrunch)
What they’re telling us, in essence, is that the era of unlimited is over. Pay the same price for a limited plan and we’ll leave you alone, or stick with your grandfathered plan and see what happens.