Google's new wireless service could shake up the nation's cellphone network.
The environmental group Nature Conservation Foundation created alerts to reduce fatalities caused by migrating elephants.
We've all seen people who text while driving and do everything except pay attention to the road. Sounds like we need a law, right? California banned hand-held cell phonery while driving back in 2008, but it doesn't seem to have helped.
Cellphones don't work like landlines; when you call them, the ringing happens on the network server, not on the other phone.
Federal regulators are looking at relaxing rules for in-flight use of mobile phones and other electronics. Continue reading →
Could phones one day be made without the need for scarce and expensive rare-earth elements?
Simplified mobile apps that consume less energy would give people in developing nations access to the Internet through basic phones.
A metal fiber mesh blocks the wireless signals coming from cell phone towers, bluetooth and GPS satellites. Continue reading →
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