According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the protections against “unreasonable search and seizure” embedded in the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution do not include GPS information collected from an individual’s cell phone.
Like any company these days, there are always going to be a few discontented individuals that have had a negative experience when using a service or purchasing a product, especially online. These experiences can then blow up into something totally overstated and even competitors can anonymously help push that rumor, and that’s precisely what has […]
Scientists say they have created a unique method of harnessing electricity from a virus that could power cell phones.
The much sought after Apple iPhone 5 is due to be launched onto the market this 12th September 2012, according to the ongoing reports. We have already seen an increase in the number of previous iPhone’s that have been sold through SellCell.com, including the Apple iPhone 3G 8GB, and the Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB, as […]
The manufacturers of cellular devices have been in the process of releasing the latest quarter’s earnings reports, with a number of companies including the likes of Research In Motion and Nokia finding it tough to compete with Apple and the makers of devices that run Google’s Android software.
An old cell phone possibly saved the life of a 76-year-old woman who could have died after she fell through an uncovered manhole in Palatine, Illinois on Monday morning.
The Government Accountability Office has released a 46-page report about the safety of cell phones. While the report issues no alarms, it does raise some questions.
David Pogue, the technology columnist for the New York Times, lost his iPhone while traveling on an Amtrak train a day or two ago but was able to recover it when police discovered it in the backyard of a suburban house in Maryland.
Nokia is showcasing a new range of Windows Phone 8 handsets this September at the company’s Nokia World show.
As early as this week, Congress is expected to announce that an investigation by the Government Accountability Office, which lasted a whole year, has found that the cell phone safety regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, which radiation limit rules are as much as 15 years old, are woefully out of date.