The world's richest man and high-tech mastermind, Jeff Bezos, allegedly was hacked by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. What do you need to know to protect your phone from perhaps less royal attacks?
A majority of consumers now ignore phone calls, assuming they're mostly spam. Regulators and the wireless industry admit they don't yet have answers about stopping the growing scourge.
Under the new law, the only legal reason for a pedestrian to look at a cellphone while crossing a street would be to call 911. For repeat offenders, fines could run up to nearly $100.
A father of seven had to start over after his family was forced from home by Boko Haram. He found safety and a new job in a camp for displaced persons.
It's official: A majority of U.S. homes only have mobile phones. But who knew wireless-only households were into risky behavior? A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researcher explains.
The report titled "Cellular Phones Are Completely Mobile" features a man who was "among the first 1,500 customers to use a new mobile phone system called cellular."
A new bar in Sussex has lined its walls with foil to block phone signals. The owner, inspired by the Faraday cage, hopes people will talk to each other rather than stare at their smartphones.
Pakistanis were asked to call and report symptoms. That simple plan led to the creation of maps that predicted where the disease would spread.
By 2017, all new mobile phones will have to be able to send out a distress call. It is part of an initiative to centralize India's emergency response system — and to address violence against women.