Police: Man Admits Killing Another After Stealing His Cell Phone And WalletPolice have arrested a man who they say shot and killed another man after stealing his wallet and phone. 
Advocates Condemn Psych Techniques Used To Keep Kids OnlineChildren's advocates want the American Psychological Association to condemn the tech industry's practice of using persuasive psychological techniques to keep kids glued to their screens.
People Use Payment App To Keep Tabs On Friends, Significant OthersVenmo is more than a helpful tool to send or receive payment; it is also a social network -- with a public feed.
Verizon To End Some Sale Of Phone-Location DataVerizon is pledging to stop selling data through intermediaries that pinpoints the location of mobile phones to outside companies.
Craigslist Cell Phone Sale In Dallas Ends With Gunshots, InjuriesPolice in Dallas are on the lookout for two men who shot a girl and her teenage brother after a group of teens had set out to make a sale from a classified ad website.
'I Wish My Mom's Phone Wasn't Invented': Child's Complaint Goes ViralThe child was reportedly one of four students in the class who wished cell phones had never been invented and that their parents spent more time with them.
Cell Phones Steadily Gaining Acceptance Inside U.S. SchoolsCell phones are still absent from most U.S. schools, but new data shows them steadily gaining acceptance as administrators bow to the wishes of parents wanting to keep tabs on their kids.
North Texas Teen Faces Jail For Pointing Cell Phone Like A Gun At Fellow StudentsEven without a gun, that intent was enough for police to charge the student for threatening to exhibit a firearm under a law that applies only to school property or a school bus.
School: Student Grades, Focus Improve After Cellphone BanStudents at a Connecticut high school are recording higher grades and more focus in the classroom since the school instituted a blanket ban on cellphone use.
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.