Every single one of us is guilty of stashing away things we don’t use anymore for whatever reason:
Using new or old cell phones in a way that does not become bad manners has become a hot topic in recent times
Texting, mobile based instant messaging and even video chatting are rising to combat old fashioned talking as the preferred method of communication via used cell phones in the United States, according to a new survey.
Anyone wishing the 80’s would make a comeback might just get a kick out of the new iPhone accessory
I ran across an article on US News Health that said a recent study has determined that crossing the street while trying to talk, text, or listen to music can be hazardous.
With the recent earthquake in the United States and the ordeal of Hurricane Irene, many users of new and old cell phones found themselves experiencing clogged networks that made calling very difficult, if not almost impossible.
A burglar in Murrieta in the United States has been caught after accidentally leaving his used cell phone behind at the scene of the crime.
New Yorkers believe that used cell phones and computers have made their lives better, according to the results of a new survey.
The issue of electronic waste as relating to old cell phones and computers appears to be lost on the people of Nigeria.
Canadians are too slack when it comes to protecting the security of their used cell phones, according to the results of a new survey.