A new report says that teenagers in the United States are now sending more text messages via their new and old cell phones than ever before.
In recent years, one company after another has brought up ways in which Americans may soon be able to use their cell phones as a form of mobile wallet.
Radiation from new and old cell phones could affect the brain development of unborn babies, according to the lead author of a controversial new animal study.
American consumers hardly need more reasons to get a new cell phone; the devices are already handy in nearly every walk of life.
More people have access to cell phones than they do toilets in India, according to new data taken from the country’s census in 2011.
The old-fashioned way of collecting coupons may soon be a thing of the past if a brand new technology that has been developed in North Texas becomes a success.
While new technologies such as tablets and voice-enabled software that can understand even the vaguest of instructions are making the headlines, they appear to be widening the digital divide between young and old Americans.
A teenager who fell down a rubbish chute, while trying to retrieve her old cell phone, has blamed the accident on her ‘flip-flops’ footwear.
To lose your cell phone results in a very good chance that you will lose your privacy too, according to a new study.
The senior citizen from Winnipeg in Canada at the center of a flap about a police ticket for the use of a cell phone while driving, who says he does not even own a cell phone, has called the police service “liars” over their handling of the situation.