U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., didn't like what he'd heard about the whole Carrier IQ saga. And after receiving answers from the analytics company, he still doesn't like what he hears. On Thursday, Franken, chairman of the Senate Subcommitte on Privacy, Technology and the Law, issued a statement on the reponses he received.
- AT&T's user of Carrier IQ extends to its own analytics app
- Sprint has 26 million devices with Carrier IQ
- HTC finds dormant Carrier IQ fragments on some phones that shouldn't have them
- Samsung has 26 million devices with Carrier IQ, also finds dormant fragments