According to the American Civil Liberties Union, dozens of different law enforcement entities have been using cell phone technology to track Americans without their permission, and most often, without first securing a warrant.
Users of new and old cell phones are texting, emailing and surfing the internet more and talking less, with the increased use of smart-phones driving the habits, according to a new report.
The humble cell phone is South Africa’s retail banking sector’s future, according to the head honcho of the First National Bank’s cell phone banking unit.
A new cell phone detector has been released on the market in a bid to prevent the unsecure and sometimes illegal use of new and old cell phones in boardrooms, classrooms and courtrooms.
India’s output of electronic waste has shot up eight times over the course of the last seven years, with the illegal yet still open incineration of such waste having the potential to cause serious hazards to public health, according to a new government report.
Police in Menlo Park are cracking down on motorists that use their cell phones whilst driving in April as a part of a statewide campaign to try to stress the dangers posed by distracted driving.
Nigeria is sitting on an electronic waste time bomb that will eventually explode, with Nigeria lagging behind developed countries that have found ways of managing the problem, according to a computer product dealer from Ikeja Computer Village.
With new laws, the United Kingdom will soon be able to monitor landline and cell phone calls, text messages, website visits, and emails of everyone in the country, according to the BBC.
Consumers in Kenya may soon have to pay extra for electronic goods if the country’s government decides to change waste management laws in a new campaign to try to reduce the level of electronic waste in the nation.
This may come as a profound shock to many Americans, but cell phones actually contain precious metals copper, silver, and even gold.