I bet somewhere in your house is an old, unused cell phone. It is estimated that half a billion retired cell phones are just sitting around in the U.S. alone. They’re phones that could be recycled.
History repeated itself this morning, with the iPhone 4S pre-ordering process getting off to what can only be described as a bumpy start.
The City Council passed a ban on text messaging and driving by a 5-3 vote Tuesday, promising to have the law in place before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Most cities in North Texas have banned cell phone use in school zones, but now Arlington looks set to be the first city to ban texting while driving.
Despite all the recent news about possible cancer risks from cellphones, coffee, styrene and formaldehyde in building materials, most of us probably face little if any danger from these things with ordinary use, health experts say.
An international panel of experts says cellphones are possibly carcinogenic to humans after reviewing details from dozens of published studies.
Can American consumers get good wireless service at a fair price if they must choose between just two national companies?
AT&T says that T-Mobile subscribers with 3G phones will need to replace those to keep their service working.
In a first for any age group, more than half of Americans age 25-29 live in households with cell phones but no traditional landline telephones.
Summer is unoficially over because today most public schools in North Texas are back in session.
I mentioned on the show tonight that I’m coming to the end of my contract with Sprint. I can’t figure out whether to let the contract run out and shop around for a different service […]