The California Senate Public Safety Committee will today be hearing arguments about the California Privacy Bill, which would provide more protection to consumers against law enforcement gaining access to cell phones.
Collection centers for the disposal of electronic waste are to open in Indore from the beginning of next month.
A massive landfill filled with electronic waste in the southern China Guangdong province of Guiyu is much more than just a graveyard for old computers, according to an investigative writer from the United States who is based in Shanghai.
According to a new survey sponsored by the cell phone recycling industry in the United States, Americans are experiencing an increase in guilt levels related to the issue.
A recent cell phone call to 911, which was thankfully not an emergency, has highlighted a glitch which occasionally occurs where calls end up being sent to the wrong police agency.
Inmates in prison are not allowed to possess certain kinds of items. While most people are aware that prisoners may not of course keep anything resembling a weapon, some Americans would be surprised to learn that cell phones are also a no-no in the nation’s prisons.
New research could see the development of cell phones that have the power to be able see through walls.
Kirkland town officials are continuing to push for the removal of a cell phone tower that was erected in a residential neighborhood in the town around two weeks ago without either consultation with local residents or the knowledge of the municipality.
A private company in California is paying out millions of dollars in order to be able to block the ability of prisoners to use smuggled new and old cell phones to make calls, send text messages and conduct web searches.
Students within the Princeton Independent School District have been allowed the use of a new tool in the classroom, but not everyone is keen on the idea.