With electronic gadgets on the rise in Ghana, worries have been growing over the resultant crisis in the ever increasing amounts of e-waste in the country.
With all of this talk about cell phones being hacked for information, a lot of people have begun to worry about the safety of their own mobile devices.
The hacking of used cell phones is a big news story at the moment with the unfolding scandal surrounding Rupert Murdoch’s News International, and the unfolding drama has brought attention to the fact that cell phone hacking is becoming more and more common.
A proposed law regarding the radiation from new and old cell phones, which was shelved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors three months ago, is being revived. The board are meeting today in order to vote on amended legislation that would mean all city retailers would have to display informational notices regarding radio frequency […]
Shares in Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp have fallen to a six month low in the wake of the continued used cell phone hacking scandal which is continuing to dominate the headlines and end careers in the United Kingdom. Credit agency Standard & Poors also says that it is placing the corporate credit of News Corp […]
While those annoying networking guys in IT can block you from accessing social media and playing games via your desktop, their control over your SmartPhone is highly limited.
With used cell phones, microwaves, and computers among the many electronic gadgets spreading like wildfire across the world, the question of how to ensure these items are disposed of in a responsible and environmentally friendly manner is an ever more pertinent one.
Chrysler has joined Ford and Verizon Wireless in endorsing the bill to make using a new or old cell phone while operating a motor vehicle illegal throughout the whole of the United States.
The scandal that began with the revelation that a private investigator hired by the now defunct News of the World newspaper had hacked into the used cell phone of a murdered 13 year old schoolgirl has been taken up yet another level by the resignation of Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson and the arrest of former News International executive Rebekah Brooks.
Statistics released by Pew and the American Life Project reveal that 83% of Americans own a cell phone and 42% of those are smartphones.