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EU law to require that all cellphones charge through a common standard

15
Mar
2014

The EU successfully pushed for voluntary adoption of a cellphone charging standard a few years ago, and its now close to making that standard mandatory. The European Parliament has voted in favor of a draft law requiring that cellphones work with common charger. Provided the Council of Ministers greenlights the regulation, EU countries will have until 2016 to put it into their local laws; phone makers will have until 2017 to change their hardware.

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