A man who was arrested for vandalism, amongst a multitude of other hate related crimes, has been sent out on the streets as a free man after the judge threw out the case because Woodstock police took evidence from his old cell phone and his computer without obtaining a warrant to do so.
When you go to buy or sell something, what do you do? Do you spend time online looking for the best prices? Do you check out eBay to see what others are selling things for?
While the state of California has had some success in the recycling of electronic waste such as old cell phones, televisions, computers and the like, with more than a billion pounds worth recycled.
Debt collectors are going beyond the pale to harass customers, using email, old cell phones, and social media sites to harass not only clients, but family and friends as well.
Canadian cell phone company Telus is cutting fees for its roaming voice and data rates for those consumers who are travelling overseas.
So, you are about to buy a new cell phone. The question is, what kind are you going to buy? There are a few choices: iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, and Symbian. Which one is right for you?
Years of unchecked importation of electronic waste such as old cell phones into the Philippines may have already contaminated local communities, according to ecological experts.
The Boston Police Department is back in court over the ludicrous arrest of a man who videotaped officers arresting a suspect in a crowded public place on an old cell phone.
Drivers who use their new or old cell phone while driving a motor vehicle in or around Woodinville in the United States are on notice – you will be caught.
On the Wall Street Journal today, I read an article about how hotel companies are working hard to create better room keys. While some are opting for permanent keys that repeat guests can keep and reuse trip after trip, others are getting rid of keys altogether – allowing guests use their cell phones to enter their hotel rooms.