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Survey shows land lines becoming a thing of the past

The reliable old telephone land line is quickly becoming a relic. A new survey states that 4 out of 10 American homes have only cell phones.
In the Media by Elizabeth Brown - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Government likely to ban mobile phone calls on planes

Although federal agencies that government aviation, transportation and communications are ready to permit the use of mobile phones on planes, passengers are unlikely to have to listen to annoying calls.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 4 comments

5 billion people will use cellphones by 2017

In 2017, 5.1 billion people from all around the globe will be using cell phones, which is almost 1 billion more users who are using them now.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Op-Ed: How tablets are replacing several everyday use electronic devices

Internet tablets actually existed for quite a while, but only recently gained popularity. On a retail level, one of the first tablets introduced was the Archos 5 Internet Tablet (IT) in 2009.
In the Media by Milton Este - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Americans tend to spend more money on cellphones than necessities

Studies tend to show people are interested in staying attached to the outside world more so than paying other bills like power, water and mortgages.
In the Media by John Kelly Smith - 10 comments

Canadians pressure CRTC to end three-year phone contracts

In a bid against long-term financial commitment and outdated technology, Canadians are urging the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to shorten three-year mobile phone contracts.
In the Media by Erica Lenti - 8 comments

Occupy Wall Street uses pedal-power to charge NYC cellphones

New York - As part of the Occupy Sandy Relief NYC campaign, members of the Occupy movement have started an OWS bike generator service, to charge battery-depleted phones and get people back in contact in New York City.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Canadian government trying to block 'cell' phones

Ottawa - The Canadian government is shopping for information from telecommunication companies to control and put an end to the operations of criminals. The problem is, these criminals are already behind bars.
In the Media by André R. Gignac

LG hits 5 million LTE smartphones sold

South Korean phone manufacturer LG has announced this evening that it has sold 5 million LTE handsets worldwide. Over 1 million handsets were sold in July alone.
In the Media by Matt Cianfarani

Most American adults experience annoying cellphone glitches

Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project has released a new study on problems and annoying and uninvited interference experienced by mobile phone users.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 2 comments

90% of U.S. adults own cell phones - 50% use mobiles to go online

New findings show that over 50 percent of adult cell owners now use their phones to go online and 17 percent of adult cell owners do most of their online browsing using their mobile phone.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 1 comment

Ex-Microsoft employee creates long distance vibrator app

Some couples cannot enjoy each other's company on Valentine's Day due to long distances. Thanks to Justin Wilcox, a man can make sure his special lady is "taken care of" on the annual day of love with a new mobile app.
In the Media by Sean Fraser - 1 comment

Tech firm Chamtech develops spray-on cell phone antenna

Do you constantly lose cell phone reception, but do not want to buy a bulky antenna extender that eats up your battery? There's good news for you. Military tech firm Chamtech has developed a spray-on cell phone antenna.
In the Media by Sean Fraser

YouTube: 'More Android phones activated than babies born'

It is a claim being made by Robert Kyncl, YouTube's head of content. Even if his figures are slightly exaggerated the fact is clear, there are more than 700,000 Android handsets being activated every day.
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 1 comment

Verizon Wireless reverses decision on $2 'convenience fee'

New York - Verizon Wireless, who has over 91 million subscribers in the U.S., had announced they would charge $2 extra if you pay online or by phone. They would be charged extra to make 'single bill payments,' starting January 15. But now they are back-tracking.
In the Media by Daniel Boyington

Is your cellphone watching you?

Spy software embedded in most cell phones is tracking and reporting on your calls, texts and location, reports researcher Trevor Eckhart.
In the Media by Daniel Lick - 4 comments

Police: Majority of 911 calls are 'butt dials'

Evanston - With cellphone use continuing to rise so are the reports of 'butt dialing.' While these unintentionally dialed calls may be annoying to most, when they are made to emergency services numbers they become a public safety issue.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 3 comments

Study finds no likely link between cell phone usage and cancer

Danish researchers have recently concluded in their findings that there is likely no reason to further believe that people who use cell phones are more susceptible to developing cancer than non-users.
In the Media by Kevin Fitzgerald - 2 comments

Toronto school board approves use of cellphones in class Special

Toronto - The Toronto School Board trustees have approved a motion that allows for the appropriate in-school usage of cell phones, PDAs, smart phones and like electronic devices for students.
Digital Journal Report by KJ Mullins - 3 comments

Survey: Girls most likely to be cyberbullied Special

Tweens and teens are both flocking to social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook to stay connected with each other. While used correctly this can be a positive thing the sites are also being used as weapons to facilitate cyberbullying.
Digital Journal Report by KJ Mullins

Toronto Police tell residents to watch out for distraction thefts

Toronto Police are advising citizens to be aware of a recent increase in distraction-type thefts. It appears a gang of criminals are working Toronto stores.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Toronto News Outlet CP24 Goes Mobile Special

Toronto's CP24 is the latest local news station to offer its viewers mobile web service. The service was launched Tuesday morning providing users breaking news and "Beat the Traffic."
Digital Journal Report by KJ Mullins

Nokia posts $1.36 billion third quarter loss

Nokia reported a $1.36 billion loss in the third quarter as it lowered the value of its wireless networks venture by $1.35 billion and global sales declined 20 percent.
In the Media by Bob Ewing

Average US Cellphone User Spends $60 on Accessories

A recent ABI Research survey shows that the average American cellphone owner spends $60 a year on accessories for their phones.
In the Media by Tylor Sweeney - 3 comments

Solar cell phones introduced in developing nations

Kenya's biggest mobile phone company, Safaricom Limited, has introduced the nation's first solar-charged cell phone to avoid the hassle of electric-charged mobile devices.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 2 comments

Cell Phone Ringtones Can Cause Interruptions in Learning

Research has told us for years that talking on a cell phone while driving is a serious distraction, now comes a new study that finds the ringing of the cell phone itself can also be distracting, during important activities like learning.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 4 comments

Study: One in Five Americans have cell phone-only household

It is a technical area that the Center For Disease Control deems study worthy: Cell phones in the home. The May, 2009 release of the "Wireless Substitution" survey reveals that about twenty percent of American homes use cellular service only.
In the Media by Nikki Weingartner - 7 comments

Ban on Cell Phones for Nurses and Teachers

Owing to the abuse of cellphones by employees, the provincial government of NWFP in India has imposed a ban on the use of cellphones by teachers and nurses in public during work hours.
In the Media by Ernest Dempsey

Principle jams students cell phones during classes

Students at the Mead School District's Mt. Spokane High School weren't using their cell phones during class for three days. They couldn't.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 5 comments

Change in Cuban Government

The face of Cuban government is changing, with no more Fidel-Castro-loyalists enjoying the trappings of power, according to reports.
In the Media by Moushumi Chakrabarty - 2 comments
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