Cell phones could become the latest piece of forensic evidence in traffic accidents if one New Jersey lawmaker gets his way.Full story
Law enforcement warn parents that cell phones combined with social media could bring predators right to your front door. Full story
Executive Director of the New Jersey Chapter of the ACLU Udi Offer joins Mara Schiavocampo to discuss potential legislation that would allow police officers in New Jersey to confiscate a driver’s cellphone at the scene of the accident. The ACLU is against the bill because it would allow the police o
Using a pair of batteries, an Altoids tin and a few other pieces, three Texas teenagers build a USB charger for cell phones that can hold several charges. KVEO’s Kevin Lu reports.
Can one's private internet information really stay private? Seecrypt Chairman Harvey Boulter, offers insight on a privacy app that prevents cell phone eavesdropping.
Lesley and Aasha’s mother had talked to Lesley about leaving her marriage and going underground. Maybe she’s out there somewhere.
Suffer from skin breakouts or neck pains due to your cellphone? Leah Wyar from Cosmopolitan magazine offers smart and simple solutions.
Eesha Khare, the 18-year-old winner of the Intel Young Scientist Award, earned $50,000 for her breakthrough research. Her innovative charging device can fit inside a cell phone and fully charge the phone in about 20 seconds. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
One in every three robberies nationwide involves a stolen cell phone. About half of all robberies in San Francisco involved a mobile communications device.
A woman uses a cellphone in downtown San Francisco Wednesday, June 5, 2013. San Francisco's district attorney and New York's attorney general say they will meet with major cell phone manufacturers, as they push the industry to do more to protect consumers from violent street crimes connected to cel
Imprisoned members of street gang Mara 18 sit next to handmade knives and cell phones they were keeping illegally at the Izalco prison, about 65 km from San Salvador May 20, 2013. Inmates handed over knives and more than 60 cell phones and other not-permitted articles in an effort to keep the truce