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Third of UK suffers from mobile phone coverage problems

According to a report by Ofcom, the regulator of Britain’s mobile phone industry, at least 20 percent of the country faces regular problems with mobile phone coverage.

Volkswagen 'Eyes on the Road' ad inspires road safety (Video)

Some adverts can confuse and seem totally unrelated to whatever they are trying to sell. Others tell a story in a strong and meaningful way, like this Volkswagen ad promoting road safety.

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.

Op-Ed: NSA tracks 5 billion mobile phone calls daily

They aren't joking on U.S. comedy shows when they say no need to send Santa a list: the NSA already knows what you want. The Washington Post confirmed how the spy agency is monitoring phone calls. nationwide.

Rise of Indian women-only space amid male-only village councils

New Delhi - While international news sources begin following the rise of women-only options in India, village-based male councils continue to blame Western influences like clothing and mobile phone usage for violence against women.

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.

Smartphones outsell standard mobile phones for the first time

Smartphone sales have exceeded standard mobile phone sales for the first time in the April-to-June period, according to information technology research firm Gartner.

Google cuts an additional 1,200 jobs in its Motorola division

Google's Motorola Mobility unit is to shed another 1,200 jobs or 10 percent of its workforce as the smartphone maker tries to return to profitability, Google said on Friday.

Why Mobiado's luxurious mobile phones are art

Vancouver - Mobiado is a Canadian company based in Vancouver which specializes in high concept and very expensive mobile phones which the fashion conscious and very rich lineup to purchase around the globe.

Costly 'Bill Shocker' malware targets Android users

Security experts from NQ Mobile’s Security Research Center have discovered a virus targeting Android phones, and it may prove to be one of the most costly viruses ever discovered.

Video: iPhone sleeve, an ongoing work in progress

Aspiring inventor Shota Mori is taking it upon himself to create and continuously perfect a special iPhone sleeve that allows your phone to pop up from your sleeve.

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.

FCC unveils plans for text-to-911 feature by 2014

Emergency services will soon be just a few button taps away with plans to develop a new text-to-911 feature, the FCC reported Thursday.

Adult cellphone users treat their gadget as a body appendage

The 85 percent of American adults who own cellphones are using them for much more than just calling people. Phones are turning out to be the device needed for a rising number of activities and the volume of use of each of these activities is growing.

Op-Ed: How to stop people using their mobile phones while driving

Driving while using a mobile phone is one of the most irresponsible and dangerous acts otherwise law abiding people do. Now there is a sure fire way to stop them.

Mobile Optima launches first mobile loyalty rewards program in PH Special

Pasig - Digital solutions company Mobile Optima recently made history with the launching of PerxClub—the first and only mobile loyalty rewards program in the Philippines.

Syrian authorities send rebels text message:'Game Over'

Damascus - Syrian rebels fighting the Assad regime, say they have received text messages on their mobile phones from authorities saying, "Game Over."

RIM is banking on BlackBerry 10 to save firm

San Jose - RIM CEO Thorstein Heins is banking on BlackBerry 10 to reverse the sagging fortunes of the firm. However, the new BlackBerry's release has been delayed until next year.

Apple's big win against Samsung threatens Google too

While corporate wars are historical, some of the corporate legal battles turn out to be landmarks. One such legal battle resulted in a landmark victory for Apple Inc over Samsung on August 24, 2012.

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.

BlackBerry 10 and the $10,000 bonus for apps

The smartphone manufacturer of BlackBerry, Research in Motion, has attempted to reverse a recent decline in sales by offering $10,000 for any developer who can devise an app which is ultimately accepted and used on its next generation of phones.

Samsung is now the world's largest manufacturer of mobile phones

Samsung has overtaken rival Nokia to become the world's largest maker of mobile phones, based on the latest analysis from the first three-months of the year.

Survey reveals one in ten dumped by text

It used to be a 'Dear John' letter that was scorned as the callous way to dump a partner. Technological methods prove more popular these days, as a new survey reveals that one in ten have been dumped by text message,

'Phone-stack' game goes viral, promotes cell-free zone at table

A new game created by a blogger on popular network Tumblr has gone viral. In an age where mobile and "being connected" reigns king, this game encourages people to put the phone away for a time and enjoy the company in one's presence.

Op-Ed: Mobile phones and driving — A police crackdown is not enough

At least two of the country's police forces have recently mounted crackdowns on drivers who use their mobile phones at the wheel, but this is not enough.

Op-Ed: Police crack down on drivers using mobile phones at the wheel

It is generally acknowledged that motorists are an easy target for over-officious police officers; it is less widely acknowledged that some easy targets deserve to get hit.

Canada: Rogers reports Q2 earnings

Toronto - In the face of heavy competition from rival wireless providers, Rogers Communications piggybacked on strong cable sales and margins to post better-than-expected second quarter results.

Op-Ed: No whitewash this time, thanks to mobile phone cameras

An article relating to the aftermath of the death of the innocent bystander Ian Tomlinson at the April 2009 G20 protests in London

Rikki, don’t use that number

A review of a recent BBC television programme presented by Dominic Littlewood concerning the treatment meted out to a customer by a phone company.

Op-Ed: What happened to mobile phones video sharing?

Amid escalating growth in the tech industry, there seem not be a technology that enables two mobile phone users connectively watch a video simultaneously on their phones.
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