Several cinemas have begun implanting a “zero tolerance” policy on the use of new or old cell phones during a film in order to prevent audience members’ enjoyment of the movie they have paid to see being ruined by someone else’s selfish thoughtlessness.
Recently, attorneys representing 11 different states came together to show their support of AT&T’s attempt to acquire T-Mobile, saying that the partnership would be a good thing for customers.
Despite the increasing amount of information out there regarding cell phone recycling, there are some people somewhat at a loss about what to do with an old cell phone once they’re done with it.
A man who attacked two women in separate parking lots and robbed them has been arrested after the used cell phone he stole from one victim was recovered
The city council of Burlingame in California in the United States is to publish guidelines to help citizens who wish to reduce their exposure to radioactivity from used cell phones, after a motion was passed yesterday.
The Fullerton Police Department in the United States has been forced to admit to arresting the wrong man for assaulting a police officer after used cell phone video footage of the incident contradicted the statements of the officers involved in every way imaginable.
Ever since SmartPhones started taking up more of our attention and time – and wallet – Nokia has been struggling in the US Market. Key rivals include Apple, RIM, Motorola Mobility, and Samsung.
Moviegoers who suddenly decide to start using their new or old cell phones in the middle of a film are the bane of cinema lovers, and one theater in the United States has decided it has had enough and is putting its foot down over the social faux pas.
A man who was caught using two used cell phones at once while operating a motor vehicle in the United Kingdom has been given a 12-month driving ban, a sentence that safety campaigners have slammed as being “woefully inadequate”.
Drivers in New York City may soon be able to pay parking meters by using their new and old cell phones. The Department of Transportation in New York has begun inviting businesses as of this week to submit their proposals for the creation of a new system that would allow drivers to use their cell phones to pay parking meters rather than have to hunt for quarters.