Most states ban texting behind the wheel, but a legislative proposal could make Nevada one of the first states to allow police to use a contentious technology to find out if a person was using a cellphone during a car crash.
A Virginia Tech study found that normal conversations with hands-free devices don’t make driving more dangerous, but it’s still true that handheld devices make your risk of a crash much worse.
An Accountemps survey of D.C.-area office workers found that 28 percent say they are tired at work very often, and another 46 percent say they are often somewhat tired.
Complaints about these calls are up more than 50 percent from last year, confirms the FTC. Here’s some advice on how to end robocalls right now.
In Maryland, drivers caught using a cellphone behind the wheel can pay fines of anywhere from $75 to $175 in a tiered system. But a Maryland lawmaker believes that’s not enough.
Which wireless company is best? There’s no one-size-fits-all answer, but Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, explains what to consider as you look at providers.
The cellphone is rapidly replacing the home phone, and for the first time, more than half of Americans say they no longer have a landline, although households in Washington have been a little slower to give up that traditional phone.
Virginia Del. Rich Anderson hopes to reduce the number of fatalities caused by distracted driving.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn explains lithium-ion batteries and portable power banks used to charge cellphones and tablets, and how to use them safely.
Connected cars provide a lot of convenience, but syncing a phone with a vehicle may allow the car to download personal information.
With music, apps, photos and videos, it’s easy to use up all the storage on your smartphone. Here’s what to delete if you’re nearly full.
A major U.S. agency study found a link between radio frequency emissions from cellphones and cancer.
One of the most powerful law enforcement tools is also one of the least talked about. A new investigation shows cell site simulators are being used more often by Maryland police agencies.
Montgomery County Police are searching for two suspects they say stole over $57,000 worth of cellphones from a store in Aspen Hill Wednesday morning.
A bill that would put rigid limitations on how police in Maryland use cellphone-tracking devices is making its way through the House of Delegates.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.