Man Arrested For Drunk Texting 911 From BarLt. Johnny Rose says Taylor was warned several times not to abuse the 911 system with non-emergency messages. But instead of stopping he continued sending messages and calling dispatchers and deputies names.
AT&T 911 Problem Fixed, But No Word On What HappenedThe FCC says it is unacceptable that for 5 hours people couldn't use this to call for help.
Verizon Latest Carrier To Return To Unlimited Cell PlansVerizon is the latest mobile carrier to bring back unlimited plans, but its version is pricier than offerings from rivals T-Mobile and Sprint.
13-Year-Old Uses Cell Phone To Scare Off Potential KidnapperPolice say the suspect is a white man with red hair and a red goatee with three visible round marks on his left cheek.
Exploding Phone? Samsung's Fine Print Could Prevent LawsuitsInside the box, under the phone, inside another box, on the last pages of the warranty guide, is a clause requiring “all disputes with Samsung” be resolved through “final and binding arbitration, and not by a court or jury.”
Denton Council Passes Hand Held Device Ban For DriversNext year, drivers in Denton will no longer be able to hold their phone while driving, even for using GPS.
Couple Alleges Car Dealership Employee Stole Intimate Photos From Their PhoneThe couple's attorneys filed a lawsuit Thursday. They say they walked into a car dealership to buy a car - and left with their private photos out in cyberspace.
Were More Involved In Medieval Times Phone Murder? PD SearchingA woman is gunned down after arranging to sell her phone online. One suspect is in jail and police say there could be more arrests.
T-Mobile Says 'Calling Issues' ResolvedT-Mobile says it has resolved "calling issues" that prompted numerous social media postings early Friday of cellphone service problems.
Cell Phone Thefts A Growing TrendPolice say it’s a growing trend and easy for people to steal cell phones and turn around and sell them.
Verizon: Call Records Of 'Fewer Than 500' Customers BreachedA Verizon Wireless spokeswoman says it appears that "fewer than 500 customers" had their private information accessed in 2014 in a federal computer breach case involving a former technician.
Man Tries To Record Police Brutality, Helps Officer InsteadA man who thought he was recording police brutality ended up running to help an officer struggling with a suspect in Plano.