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A runner uses his phone as others gather near Kenmore Square after two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Alex Trautwig/Getty Images)

Cellphone Overload At Boston Marathon Bombings Highlight Reliability Concerns

The bombings at the Boston Marathon highlight growing concerns in the Bay Area over cellphone service in major emergencies, such as a natural disaster.

04/17/2013

A Research In Motion BlackBerry device. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

San Jose To Appeal Ruling On City Worker Emails

San Jose plans to fight a judge’s ruling that could open the emails of thousands of government employees to the public.

04/12/2013

San Jose City Hall

Judge Rules San Jose Officials’ Private Texts About City Affairs Be Made Public

A judge has ruled that San Jose officials’ private text messages, emails and other electronic communications about city affairs must be made public, in a decision with statewide implications.

03/20/2013

Google Nexus One (L) and Apple iPhone(R) (credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Stopping Spam Text Messages From Your Cellphone

It’s the one kind of text message we all hate: spam. But there are ways to get rid of those dreaded ads.

05/09/2012

Monta Ellis during his time with the Golden State Warriors. (Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Warriors’ Ellis Sued For Alleged Sexual Harassment

The former director of community relations for the Golden State Warriors filed suit Wednesday alleging that the basketball team’s star player, Monta Ellis, sexually harassed her, including by sending her a graphic photo of his genitalia.

12/21/2011

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Good Question: Can Blind People Use Text Messaging?

It’s a staple of communication today, but is it available to everyone? Erick in Pleasanton asked this Good Question: Can blind people use text messaging?

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–01/14/2011

Text messaging, texting

State High Court Upholds Warrantless Searches Of Text Messages

The California Supreme Court ruled in San Francisco Monday that police are entitled to search text messages on the cell phones of arrestees without obtaining a warrant.

CBS San Francisco–01/03/2011

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