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Someone stole copper ground bars last week from an AT&T cell phone tower building and the tower itself, police said.
August 26, 2014: School districts in our area have collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from confiscated cellular phones.
After two years on the run, Marshall Count investigators said they've tracked won a man who sent inappropriate photos to a teenage girl.
If a recent sales estimate is in the ballpark, then Amazon hasn't sold many Fire Phones at all.
Authored by state Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, Senate Bill 962 requires all smartphones sold in the state to come equipped with anti-theft technology.
Switzerland is served by one of the best mobile networks in Europe. 94% of the population can use Swisscom's fast, cutting-edge 4G/LTE network.
California finally passed a kill switch law for cell phones. Here's a quick explanation of how it works, and why not everyone is thrilled about it.
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Motorola launched a smartphone accessory called the Skip last year alongside the Moto X .
It may be centuries old, but Leicester Castle will soon be using the latest technology to give visitors personalised guided tours through their mobile phones.
Children who spend more than four hours a day on their mobile phone perform significantly worse in school tests than those who are limited to just 30 minutes, a Japanese government survey has found.
Governor Jerry Brown signed into law State Sen. Mark Leno's Smartphone Theft Prevention Act .
In the 25 years between the 6.9 Loma Prieta quake and the next most powerful quake, Sunday's 6.0 earthquake hitting between Napa and Vallejo, a seismic shift has occurred in how we communicate and acquire information, from smart phones, drones, Twitter, Facebook, email, text messages, connected devices, and through media.
Police are looking for a man who reportedly threw a pair of scissors at a cell phone store employee and was able to get away with three phones.
A dispute over a Craigslist transaction inside a crowded grocery store led to the arrest of one man and the wounding of another.
Makers of surveillance systems are offering governments across the world the ability to track the movements of almost anybody who carries a mobile phone, whether they are blocks away or on another continent.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:30 am
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