The lack of facilities to adequately recycle old cell phones and other forms of electronic waste in China is resulting in the beginning of an e-waste crisis in the nation, according to new reports.
Used cell phones could soon be operated by merely sensing the movement of fingers, according to Rajiv Vijayan, the vice president of engineering in Qualcomm Incorporated, which is based in California, and who is also an expert in mobile communications and wireless broadband.
A law requiring stores that sell used cell phones to give consumers advice on how to reduce their level of exposure to the phone’s radiation has been passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Actor Hugh Grant has won a court ruling in the United Kingdom as the used cell phone hacking scandal surrounding Rupert Murdoch’s media empire refuses to go away.
According to an article on CNET T-Mobile USA is “throwing down the gauntlet” with its new price plans for smartphones.
If you are one of the ten million and counting Google Plus users who has an iPhone, then you will be happy to know that the official Google+ mobile app is now available at the app store.
A proposed ban on the use of new and old cell phones while driving in Worthington in the United States has fallen through. The Worthington City Council voted 2 – 4 against the ordinance which would have made it an offence to drive while using a cell phone and would have made Worthington the fifth […]
Users of new and old cell phones are in danger of having their accounts broken into by hackers.
With electronic gadgets on the rise in Ghana, worries have been growing over the resultant crisis in the ever increasing amounts of e-waste in the country.
With all of this talk about cell phones being hacked for information, a lot of people have begun to worry about the safety of their own mobile devices.