U.S. border authorities cannot search the cellphones of travelers without having some reason to believe a particular traveler has committed a crime, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Members of Congress had written to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to warn that inmates use the phones to continue the violent crimes and gang activity that landed them behind bars in the first place.
Virginia Del. Rich Anderson hopes to reduce the number of fatalities caused by distracted driving.
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…
Which wireless company offers the best cell phone service? Consumer Reports has released a customer satisfaction survey.
Drivers may be tempted when they hear their phone ding or buzz, but they\’ll have to resist even picking up the phone while driving in Maryland, or risk being pulled over.
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.