Teenage girls are more likely to use a cell phone whilst they are driving, with deadly results, according to a new study from AAA. Thousands of videos were used in the study, which found that teenage girls are 50 percent more likely than teenage boys are to be distracted by their new and old cell […]
A British Columbia Mountie has been posing as a beggar in order to thwart drivers who continue to insist on using their new and old cell phones while behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.
New and old cell phones that have access to the internet are a serious weapon in the hands of children who have not been properly trained in regard to morals, according to the head of Northern Caribbean University’s Behavioral Science Department, Dr Grace Kelly, who was also once the president of the Jamaica Association of Guidance Counselors in Education.
Have you ever dropped your cell phone? Do you remember the sinking feeling as you imagine the cost of having to fork out for another one?
People lose their smart-phone about once every year, according to Lookout Mobile Security. Lookout recently analyzed data about phone loss and discovered that were some interesting trends regarding both when and where people tended to lose their new and old cell phones.
With cell phones becoming more and more powerful and sharper all the time, the demand for them only continues to grow.
Recycling cell phones is no doubt the right thing to do for ecological and environmental reasons, but a growing movement also means that it can be a way to help worthy causes as well.
If there were a contest for the strangest patent applications, then Finnish phone giant Nokia would surely have to be a good candidate for the winner after having filed a US patent application for a magnetic vibrating tattoo.
Most cell phone users have at some time or other found themselves inexplicably without a signal. In many cases, this may simply be due to issues being experienced by the telecommunications provider. Too many people using the network at once can cause problems, as can a host of other technical issues.
Law enforcement officials across the whole of the United States have to deal with a new trend in contraband when it comes to prison inmates: new and old cell phones.