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Woman Convinced Keeping Cell Phone in Bra Gave Her Breast Cancer

(WGAL) It's not common for young women to get breast cancer.That however is not the case with 21-year-old Tiffany Frantz of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.The young woman has undergone a mastectomy to remove the bad cells, but now she wonders if the cancer may have been caused by her cell phone.Like Full story

Investigation uncovers what's going on behind bars

A 16 WAPT News investigation has exposed photos of what's apparently happening behind bars -- inmates having a good time using illegal cellphones to communicate and post online, all while taxpayer money is paying for their food and housing. Full story

Modern Etiquette: mobile manners for cellphone users

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cellphones are ubiquitous and research shows that although most users think they have good mobile manners, many people report being irritated or annoyed by the use of the phones in public places. Full story

NJ cellphone ruling could have wider effect

Privacy experts say a court ruling in New Jersey this week on cellphone tracking could resonate beyond the state's borders. Full story

News Summary: Nokia Q2 sales fall by 24 percent

FURTHER STRUGGLES: Cellphone maker Nokia Corp.'s woes continued in the second quarter with revenues dropping 24 percent. Full story

Review: Pebble watch is a great way to be bugged

You have a cellphone, maybe a tablet. Sometimes you lug around a laptop. Do you really need one more gadget on you? Full story

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   ‘This is just about helping other people’

Eighteen year old high school student Eesha Khare told NBC’s Miguel Almaguer  about discovering a new way to store energy.  Her invention could change the way we charge our cellphones and other electric accessories in the future. 

  Vickers:  ‘I don’t walk out of the house without a pistol and a cellphone’

Rancher Linda Vickers lives 65 miles north of the U.S. Mexico border says she is frightened, and explains the border is not secure until the people living at the border say it is secure.

  Cellphone video captures aftermath of Texas shootout

Cellphone video captures the shootout involving man who could be linked to the slaying of Colorado's state prison chief. NBC's Kristen Dahlgren reports.

  Mysterious light seen streaking across Texas sky

A Texas man captures cellphone video of a mysterious light streaking across the sky believed to be a meteor. KPRC’s Mary Lee reports.

  KLG impersonates Hoda’s ‘zone out’ face

A mom who turned off her cellphone and fled from Pennsylvania to Florida prompts TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb to discuss cellphone and conversation etiquette. Also: KLG accuses Hoda of “zoning out” on her.

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