After a long wait and months of speculation, Motorola’s Droid X2 has been announced by Verizon Wireless and Motorola. The release date is May 26th, with pre-orders available now.
Young people would be more inclined to use their old cell phones to pay for everyday items than older people, according to a new survey
Scientists in Istanbul in Turkey claim that their research proves that the fears about what used cell phones may be doing to our bodies is in fact true, despite industry denials to the contrary.
Illinois House in the United States has passed Senate Bill 2016, which forces manufacturers to be responsible for the recycling of their own products, including televisions.
A burglar who used the cell phone belonging to his victim has been sent to prison in the United States. 20 year old Crucito Serrano of DC broke into a flat on the 25th of September last year at around a quarter to nine in the evening and, together with an accomplice, stole various items, including the old cell phone belonging to the home owner.
A successful businessman in California believes having often used cell phones is what led him to develop a brain tumor. Real estate agent Alan Marks is leading a campaign for more warning labels on cell phones after developing a malignant brain tumor the size of a golf ball.
Prisoners who try to keep illegal cell phones in Butler County Jail in the United States have a big problem when it comes to keeping their illicit contraband a secret – thanks to Tank, the police dog with a nose for old cell phones
A new cell phone emergency alert system has been announced and will be launched in Washington DC and New York City towards the end of the year. This is according to an article on BBC News US & Canada.
A recent mobile market report by Gartner showed that there were 428 million cell phones sold during the first quarter of this year, with 100.7 million of those falling into the smartphone category. That represents a 19 per cent increase in cell phone sales year-over-year and a whopping 85 per cent increase in smartphone sales year-over-year.
The ban on using cell phones in schools in Toronto, Canada, has been lifted. The Toronto School Board trustees approved a motion on Wednesday night that will allow old cell phones to be used by students in class so long as they have permission from the teacher.