Walking and texting at the same time can affect your ability to walk, according to a new study. Researchers from the Stony Brook University report that texting or talking on a cell phone while walking makes it hard to walk in a straight line and slows you down.
The Kalhari Group of Sri Lanka has joined forces with the Li tong Group in Hong Kong for the sake of the safe disposal of electronic waste, including old cell phones, which are to be exported for recycling, according to a new statement.
It may be time for some of us to take a break from our cell phones. Research studies in many parts of the world have shown that dependency on cell phones is on the rise, and a new study from the United Kingdom has gone even further, demonstrating that smart phone users experience a range of problems when they do not receive regular messages.
New WEEE rules for the collection and treatment of e-waste, including the likes of old cell phones, will start to go slowly into effect over the course of the next seven years after a vote by MEPs on Thursday in Strasbourg.
Arizona legislators have decided to ban cell phone use only for a single group of drivers: those who cannot yet vote.
Open.net has sponsored research that suggests teenagers who are “heavy cell phone users” are much more likely to engage in the activity known as cyber-bullying while online, as well as being more likely to become victims themselves.
Cell phone manufacturers are set to face struggling sales growth in 2012 with the weaker world economy discouraging consumers from upgrading from old cell phones.
A young woman was murdered in her car on Sunday night while driving home to the upscale neighborhood in which she lived with her parents.
Six cities in Montana already ban drivers from talking or texting while operating a motor vehicle, and now, in the wake of the call for a nationwide ban on cell phone use while driving by the National Transportation Safety Board, Hamilton City Council is set to begin discussions as to whether it wishes to become the seventh.
Social media sites have topped new and old cell phones as the preferred method of communication for Australians, according to new figures.