Supreme Court Takes Of Case About Privacy In Digital AgeThe Supreme Court is taking up a case about privacy rights that could limit the government's ability to track Americans' movements in the digital age.
Justices Ponder Need For Warrant For Cellphone Tower DataOn Wednesday, the Supreme Court hears its latest case about privacy in the digital age. At issue is whether police generally need a warrant to review the records.
Lawsuit Targets Searches Of Electronic Devices At U.S. BorderA federal lawsuit claims the U.S. government's growing practice of searching laptops and cellphones at the border is unconstitutional because electronic devices now carry troves of private personal and business information.
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.
The Best Way To Clean Your Grimy, Bacteria-Laden CellphoneDespite their sleek, clean design, cellphones harbor loads of bacteria. That's because they go everywhere with us -- even into the bathroom.
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.
Texas Appeals Court Says Cellphones Off-Limits To SearchThe state's top criminal appeals court has ruled that investigators must have search warrants to search the cellphones of suspects and other persons of interest.
Dallas Man Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charges Federal prosecutors say a 23-year-old Dallas man has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in a case involving a baby under two-years-old.