Survivors of the London bombings of 2005 have hired lawyers to look into allegations that confidential contact information, including their used cell phone numbers, was deliberately given or even sold to reporters working for Rupert Murdoch’s News International by Scotland Yard.
Customs in India are trying to crack down on the importation of old cell phones and other defunct electronic items in a bid to reduce the growing e-waste crisis in the country.
The used cell phone bill for the city of Vancouver in Canada has gone over 1 million dollars, according to a new report.
T-Mobile is planning to make life easier for businesses using Android phones by becoming a reseller for Good Technology secured email and corporate data access services.
Warnings and even laws banning the use of new or old cell phones by those operating a motor vehicle seem to be being completely ignored by the great majority of all adult drivers in the United States, according to the results of a new survey.
James Murdoch deliberately misled the United Kingdom Parliament in the inquiry into the used cell phone hacking scandal that is rocking News Corp, according to two former News International employees.
Used cell phones could soon be operated by merely sensing the movement of fingers, according to Rajiv Vijayan, the vice president of engineering in Qualcomm Incorporated, which is based in California, and who is also an expert in mobile communications and wireless broadband.
A law requiring stores that sell used cell phones to give consumers advice on how to reduce their level of exposure to the phone’s radiation has been passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Actor Hugh Grant has won a court ruling in the United Kingdom as the used cell phone hacking scandal surrounding Rupert Murdoch’s media empire refuses to go away.
According to an article on CNET T-Mobile USA is “throwing down the gauntlet” with its new price plans for smartphones.