There are more new and old cell phones in the United States than there are people, according to a new study.
Operators on Metro train stations will be monitored by video cameras in order to ensure that they are complying with the new ban on cell phones.
Drivers in British Columbia who were caught using their new and old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle had no shortage of excuses as to why they were doing so, according to police.
The safe disposal of unwanted old cell phones, computers, printed and other electronic equipment is becoming a growing problem in Africa.
The decision by Health Canada to include a warning about the dangers of young people having too much exposure to cell phones did not go far enough
It is looking likely that cell phones will become more universal than ever before now that major institutions such as Northern Kentucky University have begun providing kiosks where students and staff can charge mobile devices such as cell phones, portable mp3 players, and even tablet computers. The service is free of charge, but only in the sense of being available without monetary cost to all comers. The kiosks definitely do deliver a ‘charge’ in the form of electricity.
A cell phone thief in Henry County in the United States made a rather cardinal error when he accidentally uploaded a photo of himself to the Facebook page of his victim.
As the use of mobile phones has skyrocketed in recent years, more users have become aware of the various accessories available for use with the more advanced devices. One of these is the Bluetooth headset, which allows cell phone users to communicate with their phones, including even dialing phone numbers, all without using their fingers or hands.
The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of making a major overhaul of the European Union’s regulations regarding electronic waste
It has been reported the Mayor of Toronto in Canada has been caught again breaking the law by using his cell phone while operating a motor vehicle. It is barely two months since Mayor Rob Ford admitted to using a cell phone while driving but promised he would never do it again, yet now semi-retired small business owner Sarah Barrett claims to have seen the Mayor getting up to his old tricks again on Monday.