The recent disruption of cell phone services by BART – the Bay Area Transit System – has been met with mixed views.
Those experiencing glitches with their used cell phones in Cape Town may not be able to blame the phone company for once
Police in Edmond in the United States are warning local residents to be wary of people coming to their doors and asking if they can borrow their new or used cell phones
Driving while using new or old cell phones is illegal in many areas of the United States anyway, but police in Sherman in Texas are reminding drivers to take extra heed of the warnings when it comes to driving through school zones
Skype has recently acquired GroupMe, a sticky group messaging service that works across mobile platforms and devices.
A detective who has been investigating the used cell phone hacking scandal that caused the closure of the News of the World in the United Kingdom has himself been arrested
The Jamaican government will be taking a close look at its policies relating to the disposal of used cell phones and other forms of outdated electronic equipment, according to the country’s Minister of Education, Andrew Holness.
Americans love their new and old cell phones, with around eight out of ten people all having one, but a new study shows that the popular devices also increase stress in their users.
New Canaan Police are increasingly frustrated by the lack of impact a ban on the use of new and old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle is really having on drivers in the area.
A former Hollywood reporter for the now defunct British tabloid News of the World has been arrested by UK police for his part in the used cell phone hacking scandal that has rocked Rupert Murdoch’s media empire and led to the closure of the newspaper.