A new survey found that Americans use their smartphones in some very strange places and at very strange times.
A 15-year-old girl was knocked unconscious and had her cellphone stolen in a bathroom at the Westfield San Francisco Centre on Tuesday afternoon, police said Wednesday.
The latest rumor is that Sony plans to introduce what it calls the “phablet” very soon.
A high-tech startup is wading into the gun control debate with a cellphone controller that would allow gun owners to know when their weapon is being moved—and disable it remotely.
San Francisco appears to be giving up its battle for an ordinance that would require retailers to warn customers about cellphone radiation and its health effects.
A fresh court ruling in California states that using a phone solely for navigation is a violation of hands-free laws.
The California Highway Patrol and law enforcement agencies throughout the state on Monday are kicking off a month-long crackdown on drivers who text or talk on the phone while behind the wheel.
A Brazilian company has begun selling smartphones in Brazil with the iPhone brand after winning the legal right to use the name in Latin America’s biggest country.
The FTC’s chairman, Jon Leibowitz, defended the government’s approach. “When you are talking about children, you have to give the benefit of the doubt to privacy,” he said last week on Capitol Hill.
The days of buying a low-cost, subsidized cell phone in exchange for being locked into a service contract with a cellular carrier could be numbered if T-Mobile’s pricing strategy for 2013 gets any traction.