American actor Alec Baldwin found himself ejected from a plane yesterday over his refusal to stop playing a game called “Words with Friends” on his old cell phone.
Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) is reminding residents of the US state that the Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act, complete with recent amendments, will come into full force from the beginning of next year.
The results of a national survey in the United States that was carried out by the worldwide leader in technology protection services, Asurion, has a few surprises for those who hold the popular perception that only young adults and adolescents are dependent on their new and old cell phones.
AT&T has achieved the dubious distinction of being crowned as the worst cell phone carrier in the United States for the second year in a row.
When parents fancy a new computer or mobile device, they just hand their old cell phones and PCs over to their kids.
A Canadian Member of Parliament has introduced a private member’s bill in order to demand universal charges for all new cell phones that are sold in Canada.
People talking to other people on new and old cell phones is a part of everyday life in the 21st century, and at least some kind of etiquette has developed around the issue (even if not everybody follows it) but what about to the phone itself?
Your cell phone is stalking you. That is the creepy revelation customers have been hearing in recent months with news that routinely installed software in the mobile devices reports the whereabouts of phone owners to service providers and manufacturers without their knowledge or consent.
As cell phones become ever more widespread and ubiquitous, more and more government agencies and public entities are developing policies regarding their use.
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), in a partnership with the United Nations University (UNU) and the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), has launched a survey on electronic waste.