In today’s fast-paced world where multi-tasking is the norm, it’s becoming less taboo to hide distraction. And that’s not necessarily a good thing. An expert explains the implications.
WASHINGTON — It’s the new way to be clumsy. Not only is distracted walking now in American’s lexicon, it’s noted as the reason behind an increasing number of emergency room visits. “ER visits involving distracted…
WASHINGTON — Cellphones may seem like an appendage to most people, but a new survey found landline phones are essential to many Americans at work. The Pew Research Center found that 35 percent of more than…
Most know it\’s not OK to look at a cellphone while driving, but a new survey sheds light on public opinion of cellphone use in other situations.
LINTHICUM, Md. (AP) — Old technology has given way to new technology at BWI Airport. The airport has converted three former banks of pay phones into charging stations for passengers needing juice for their cellphones,…
Residents aired their concerns about a proposed cellphone tower at a meeting Wednesday night at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church.
AT&T is being paid $10 million a year by the CIA for records of phone calls placed on its vast network overseas, even if one end of a conversation happens in the U.S., The New York Times reports.
An energy vampire in your house is sucking your wallet dry. But you can drive a stake into it and reduce your energy costs by 10 percent with just a little effort.
The microwave oven of the future could charge cellphones and run small kitchen devices, according to researchers at University of Tokyo, who are studying ways of harvesting and storing small amounts of leaked energy.
Waiting just 30 days after a
model is introduced could significantly depreciate the old phone\’s value as a trade-
Sixty nine percent of Americans between the ages
of 18 and 64 say they talked on the phone while
driving in the past 30 days. That\’s compared to
just 21 percent in Britain.
Technology today is pretty advanced – but it isn\’t
just in the medical field or the Mars rover
No, it\’s right in your hand.
Forbes offers three tips for consumers shopping for
a mobile plan.
Many teenagers keep their cellphones near their
beds at night to text friends, but researchers say
using phones after lights out poses a health risk
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