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.
CBS 11 is deploying new technology in 2012 to keep you ahead of the storm. It’s called Mobile 11.
In a time when phones aren’t attached to anything, it can lead to that annoying problem of having to find them. Just ask Dee Probst: She called her phone 39 times when it disappeared Friday in a Weatherford store. When it didn’t turn up, she didn’t give up.
An international panel of experts says cellphones are possibly carcinogenic to humans after reviewing details from dozens of published studies.
Aron Embry describes what happened to him Thursday morning: “It basically exploded.”