App Encourages Teen Drivers To Leave Their Phone AloneAbout 2,800 U.S. teens die each year in car crashes; that’s the equivalent of a school bus loaded with teenagers crashing once every week for an entire year.
UNT Students Helping Police Solve Crimes With TechnologyIf you've tweeted, snapped, texted, searched or typed in a map location, it’s all on your phone.
Cellphones Spill Into Yellowstone's Wilds Despite Park PlanAdventure seekers encounter untamed wilderness when they enter the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. A refuge from ringing cellphones? Not so much anymore.
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.
Police Arrest 1 Suspect After Garland Students Robbed Of Cell PhonesPolice in Garland have arrested one of the people they say is responsible for assaulting a student and taking his cell phone. They’ve also learned new information in the investigation.
Comcast Plans To Launch Wireless Service Next YearComcast plans to launch a cellphone service roughly in the middle of next year, although it would be limited to areas of the country where it's a cable provider.
T-Mobile Axes Data Limits, But Low-Data Users Might Pay MoreT-Mobile is getting rid of data limits for new customers, while making unlimited data plans cheaper.
Top 5 Things NOT To Buy On Black Friday“There are some amazing deals on Black Friday," said Ben Glaser with the comparison shopping website, DealNews.com. "But the bottom line is do your research and have a budget.”
Why Phones Break: Screens Get Stronger, Yet We Demand MoreAsk a roomful of people to take out their phones, and you're bound to see several with cracked screens. Despite engineering breakthroughs, screen breakage has become a part of life, the leading type of phone damage.
4 In 10 U.S. Homes Are Cell Phone OnlyA government survey shows that 4 in 10 homes only use cell phones. That is twice the rate from five years ago, though the pace of dumping landlines has more recently slowed.
Lawmakers Pressing For Cell Phone Kill SwitchesAccording to local police, cell phones are one of the most commonly stolen items. Now, lawmakers are pressing to require that phones are built with a 'kill switch.'
Man Gets 99 Years For Fort Worth Phone Store Heist A convicted felon has been sentenced to 99 years in prison for robbing a North Texas phone store and locking a worker in a safe.