Panic Ensues After False Alert of Missile Strike Sent to HawaiiansAn erroneous push alert that warned of a ballistic missile heading straight for Hawaii sent residents into a full-blown panic Saturday.
Worried Parents Want Ways To Limit Children's iPhone UseApple is facing new pressure to help curb what's being called child and teen addiction to its smartphones.
When Kids Get Their First Cell Phones Around The WorldHere is a sampling of at what age children around the world are given their own cell phones.
Google's Phones and Other Gadgets Have Had a Bumpy RideGoogle is re-learning an old adage in the technology business: Hardware is hard.
Cellphone EMF-Blocking Products Put In A Real World TestFrom cellphone cases to blankets, KPIX 5 puts some of the most popular EMF-blocking products to the test.
Travelers Flying Into U.S. Face Stricter Screening Of Laptops, ElectronicsTravelers flying into the United States from nearly 300 international airports are now subject to stepped-up security measures.
Goodbye, Landlines: Cellphone-Only Homes A Majority For 1st TimeAccording to a U.S. government study released Thursday, 50.8 percent of homes and apartments had only cellphone service in the latter half of 2016.
2 Groups Arrested In Coachella Phone TheftsPolice have arrested five people in the theft of more than 40 cellphones, cash and credit cards at the Coachella music festival in the Southern California desert.
How To Protect The Data You Think You've Wiped From Old CellphonesIf you’re considering selling, trading or donating an old cellphone, you may be handing over more than you think.
Accountants No Longer Allowed To Have Cellphones Backstage At OscarsPWC accountants won't be allowed to have their cellphones backstage during future Oscar telecasts.
Judge Says California Must Release Papers Discussing Risk Of Cellphone UseA Superior Court judge ordered the state of California to release papers discussing the risk of cellphone use.
Woman Accused Of Smuggling Heroin, Cellphones Into San Quentin Pleads Not GuiltyA Los Angeles school aide has denied charges that she smuggled heroin and cellphones to a San Quentin inmate on death row.

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