There may soon be a new form of road rage in Michigan if the state’s Transportation Committee recommends a controversial new regulation. The legislators making up the committee are considering a ban on cell phone use by teen drivers. At this time, the proposed regulation would have no impact on adults unless they have teenager […]
One in five people now use the file hosting service, Dropbox at work, and over 100 million people now use the cloud storage system worldwide. However, did you know that employees in your company that use the service could be breaching security policies?
There is a time and a place for almost everything, even bricking cell phones. Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent C Gray has joined forced with the city’s police chief, Cathy L Lanier to encourage residents to be prepared to render their cell phones useless paperweights should they be stolen. Old cell phones as well as new […]
Do you want to discover what futuristic tech is out there in development and on the market right now? Well we have done some digging on the social sharing service, Pinterest, to bring you our top 5 tech pins that will leave you wanting more.
A woman in Texas, who sent a text message offering drugs to a cell phone unaware that the number now belonged to a police officer, has received a seven year suspended sentence and a fine of $1217.50.
We are giving you the chance to get your hands on a $100 Amazon Gift Card by taking part in a quick tech survey that we have hosted over on the SurveyMonkey.com website.
Ashton Kutcher’s latest film role see’s him take the part of the tech genius Steve Jobs, and his transformation has certainly got heads turning with this first photo of him, showing the incredible change that he has encountered to play the part in the biopic jOBS.
It is official: Americans both love and hate their new and old cell phones, with many saying that they can no longer imagine their life without them.
Our design and stats team have been busy over the past month putting together this nicely laid out infographic on all things that are cell phone recycling.
AT&T has achieved an unenviable hat trick in being named as the worst of all the major cell phone providers in the United States for the third year running in Consumer Reports’ annual ranking.