United States senator Charles E Schumer is calling upon the House of Representatives to veto the legislation that will allow the revocation of the existing prohibition on automatic calls to the new and old cell phones of consumers, opening the door for floods of unwanted collection and marketing calls to users.
The HTC Rezound, available for use with Verizon’s cell phone network, is scoring high marks with consumers for its technological features.
The third biggest cable company in the United States, Cox Communications, scrapped its cell phone service on Wednesday, claiming that it is pointless for it to continue trying to compete against the large cell phone companies.
GPS installed in a cell phone has saved the life of a female college student this week. The Ohio woman was the victim of an attempted kidnapping from a college campus in Brown County.
A man has been arrested in Vancouver in Canada after police looked at his old cell phone and found that he displayed his name as “Jason Pauchay Drug Dealer”.
A new study has shown that a shocking 88 per cent of all children in Guiyu in 2010 had lead poisoning.
Supercomputers have a problem when it comes to energy, but it is a problem that the Barcelona Supercomputer Center in Spain believes it may have a solution to.
On Tuesday, Bee’ah, the award winning and leading integrated environmental and waste management firm in the Middle East, launched an electronic waste pre-sorting and dismantling facility in Sharjah.
Smartphones with integrated projectors may already exist, but researchers from the University of Duisburg-Essen, which is located in Germany, are planning to take the technology that bit further with a cell phone that enables callers to interact with people in a brand new way.
“The E-waste (management and handling) Rules, which will come into effect in 2012, will be incorporating all dealers and producers with the liability for recycling and reducing e-waste,”