A cell phone that can let you know whether those leftovers in your fridge are actually still safe to eat could be the next thing to hit the shops.
An increasing number of states are imposing restrictions of one form or another on the use of cell phones while driving.
A major turning point has been reached in Asia’s war against poaching, with jail time being given to Thailand’s infamous ‘cell phone’ tiger poachers.
A small angel positioned on the cathedral of S-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands has managed to earn itself an article all about it in The New York Times.
The four-year-old ban on using a new or old cell phone while operating a motor vehicle in the state of California has been declared a success with a significant drop in traffic deaths of as much as 22 percent over the period that the ban has been in force.
The Zain National Mobile Phone and e-Waste Recycling Campaign has entered its second year in Bahrain in the Middle East.
A ‘vigilante cell phone jammer’ fed up of people talking loudly on their new and old cell phones used a jammer to make his bus trip just that bit quieter.
An elderly couple from Winnipeg in Canada is baffled and outraged after having received a ticket from police officers for using a cell phone while driving, despite the fact that neither of them has ever owned one.
An electronic waste program which was implemented by the Miri City Council in Borneo, in partnership with the local branch of CSSA (Computer Sales and Service Association)
Kenya’s Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment Centre has teamed up with Computer Aid International, a charity based in the United Kingdom, in order to give electronic waste management training to try and raise awareness as to the proper way to dispose of electronic items such as old cell phones, computers and televisions.