People taking photos via their new or old cell phones is practically the norm in this day and age, and more and more people are viewing almost all of their experiences in life through the prism of a cell phone camera – including visiting art galleries and appreciating their contents.
It has been reported that a young attorney who was arrested by police for the crime of recording their activities on his cell phone has had his right to sue them for wrongful arrest upheld by the US Court of Appeals in the First Circuit in Boston.
Microsoft is facing a class action lawsuit, which alleges that the software giant is tracking users by their new and old use cell phones even when they have been denied permission to do so.
A bill being drafted in Madison in the United States could be the very thing to stop telemarketers irritating owners of new and old cell phones by sending them text messages they have no interest in receiving.
Betting on sports online been around pretty much from the moment that the internet became a mainstream concern, but a new innovation that is rapidly gaining ground in the market is betting via cell phones.
Could allowing cell phones in schools be a good thing? That is the possibility that has been raised by both researchers and scientists
Every single one of us is guilty of stashing away things we don’t use anymore for whatever reason:
Using new or old cell phones in a way that does not become bad manners has become a hot topic in recent times
Texting, mobile based instant messaging and even video chatting are rising to combat old fashioned talking as the preferred method of communication via used cell phones in the United States, according to a new survey.
Anyone wishing the 80’s would make a comeback might just get a kick out of the new iPhone accessory