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Parents concerned about what their teenagers access on the Internet may have more reason to worry. A new Pew survey shows some teens are accessing the Web primarily via mobile device.
Now, a new survey by the University of Southern California finds that age plays a role in how people view texting while eating.
Extra cell towers are in place around the National Mall in anticipation of the weekend's extra data demands.
New results from a biannual survey show that in the first half of 2012, one in three households didn't have landline phones.
Here's what it means: unlimited data plans aren't being killed off completely, but customers with those plans will lose them when upgrading to a discounted new phone.
A Pew Internet Project study shows 70 percent of all cellphone users and 86 percent of all smartphone users have gathered information and performed real-time tasks with their mobile device.
Younger people are more likely to get anxious abut being without their phones.
Everybody has a cell phone and talks on it whenever he's alone. While it might seem the cell would make people more willing to help others, a new University of Maryland study finds cell phones are making people less socially minded and more selfish.
A new game will make you pay for picking up your phone during dinner -- literally. It could make texting addicts go broke.