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The most powerful man in the world, President Barack Obama of the US, has just signed the E-Label act into law today, and this particular move could result in all of those ugly logos that are printed on the back of your mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets should be a thing of the past some time down the road.

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In other words, the E-Label act being turned into law would allow for the provision to have those pesky logos that are printed on the back of a consumer electronics device such as a tablet and smartphone, to be shown via software instead of on the device itself. It must be noted that when the E-Label law passed through the House, it received an unanimous approval, and went through the Senate without any issue arising for it. Bob Latta, the sponsor of the bill, also did mention that this move will help manufacturers to save money in the long run, since they no longer need to print out these labels on their devices.

As for the CE logo that is more often than not found on many devices and is governed by the European Union, which means that particular logo would not make the jump to the digital realm anytime soon.

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