A 26-year-old Garden Grove man used his cell phone to call for help after he made a wrong turn off a Mount Baldy trail Monday afternoon, Aug. 14, according a San Bernardino Sheriff's news release.
It has often been questioned if there is a link between cell phone usage and brain tumors. Find out if there is any actual correlation to the two.
Blue light is everywhere. In addition to radiating from the sun, blue light also emanates from those buzzing fluorescent lights in your office, from your computer screen, cell phone and television. No matter what time of the day it is...Show More Summary
The battery-free phone runs on ambient light and RF signals, though it's not enough to power your favorite game. Batteries: You can't live with them, you can't live without them, and I recite that cliche because I know you're nodding along with me right now. Show More Summary
The cell phone that Jerry Drake Varnell believed was a detonator actually dialed law enforcement. The post New Details Revealed About 23-Year-Old Charged In Oklahoma City Anti-Government Bombing Plot appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Apple, Facebook, Google, and others argue that the Fourth Amendment, 'must adapt to the changing realities of the digital era.'
Apple, Facebook, Google and others file a brief arguing that police should have a warrant before accessing users' location data.
Even though users are slowly moving away from SMS text messages to other forms of text messaging, SMS text messages still have their uses. For example, if you have a family member with a dumb phone, they may only be able to receive SMS text messages. Show More Summary
It's safe to say that if you have a cell phone, you've fallen victim to at least one spam call in your lifetime, be it someone claiming you've done money, a prize or even a vacation. Read moregs | Comments
Wi-Fi Assist is a feature in the iPhone to help with internet connections. The name is a little misleading, though as reader Bob Andres finds out: Does Wi-Fi Assist boost cell phone reception in a low-service area?? We have poor service in our stone office building and are hoping Wi-Fi Assist will make the difference. Unfortunately, no. Show More Summary
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) -- First responders are bracing for more than just darkness during the solar eclipse Aug. 21. There are questions about how well wireless services will work as hundreds of thousands are expected to descend on St. Joseph, Kansas City and surrounding areas. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Using anonymized cell phone data from Here Technologies, Sahil Chinoy for The Washington Post mapped how far you can drive out of major cities during various times of the day.… Tags: commute, Washington Post
The Michael W Travels family is currently in Samoa and almost half way done with our trip to the Pacific. It’s been a busy trip with lots of flying and crappy WiFi in most places so it’s been hard to follow what’s been going on in the world of miles and points. Show More Summary
When nearly everyone is contactable at the press of a button and there are more cell phones than people in the world, it's hard to imagine a time when the curbside phone kiosk provided an essential service. It's a moment in our technological...Show More Summary
So many people these days have ditched their home phone service in favor of cell phones. In fact, tons of people out there have never even had a home phone. Even if cell service is terrific where you live though, you're still going to drop calls every now and then, and connections inevitably get patchy from time to time. Show More Summary
It took Derek Castillo only a few seconds to pull out his cell phone after he turned in his scorecard at Mission Viejo Country Club. For the next two hours, he was glued to the live scoring, watching names move up and down the leaderboard. Castillo, 19, wasn’t concerned about what was happening at his […]
Cell phone video captures the moment when a car rams into a crowd of protesters as tension boiled over at a white supremacist rally Saturday afternoon that left one dead, dozens injured. ++GRAPHIC LANGUAGE++ (Aug. 13)
The Sixth Circuit case, Carpenter v. United States, which upheld law enforcement's ability to obtain historical cell phone location data without a warrant, is heading for the U.S. Supreme Court. At issue is whether obtaining location data from service providers without obtaining a warrant first violates the Fourth Amendment.......
Just because they don't have souls doesn't mean they don't belong on your cell.