Some electronics products engender more enthusiasm and loyalty than others do.
The investigation of phone hacking by Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid newspapers in the United Kingdom has expanded to include accusations that some information was taken from stolen cell phones, according to the senior Scotland Yard police officer in charge of the official inquiry.
The expert use of email, SMS marketing, and social media in his 2008 campaign made President Obama’s one of the most impressive seen in recent times from any Presidential candidate.
Seton Hall University, a college located in New Jersey, is conducting a highly intriguing experiment: providing a smart phone free of charge to each young man and woman entering as a freshman this fall.
Cell phones have lifted many parts of the world into new realms of entrepreneurial opportunities more than any other program or economic trends that have been seen in modern times, according to a new report from the World Bank and its technology entrepreneurship and innovation program, infoDev.
There is no doubt that Americans have a decided preference for communicating the modern way: on their cell phones.
Accidentally dropping your new or old cell phone in the toilet need no longer be a cause for panic or desperate measures to rescue the digital device from water damage thanks to a new waterproof smartphone from Boost Mobile, which is a no-contract brand belonging to Sprint Nextel Corp.
Cell phones, online social networking, and email rule daily life in the 21st century, yet little has been done by Congress to try to update federal privacy laws in order to protect digital communication, an inattention that has brought with it a heavy price according to The New York Times.
Most people would acknowledge that it is a decidedly bad idea to text while operating a motor vehicle. Using a cell phone in a social setting, however, is a much more thorny issue.
Despite the apparent widespread acceptance of the more and more liberal privacy policies of services and sites, the great majority of Americans do not want to have their data collected, their usage analyzed or their activity tracked