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Burgeoning wireless networks connect Africans to the world and each other
Supply Risk, Scarcity, and Cellphones
End the Mobile Phone Ban in Hospitals
Here are the standards, and the argument, to let people use cellphones in hospitals
Did A Pilot Forget To Lower His Plane's Landing Gear Because He Was Texting?
Australian Transport Safety Bureau Investigating Jetstar Allegations
CES 2010: Another CES, another Watch-Phone
Sorry Dick Tracy, the Watch-Phone is Just Never Going to Catch On
Why Haiti's Cellphone Networks Failed
Haitian engineer Charles-Edouard Denis describes the cellular landscape before and after Haiti's quake
Mexico Still Plans to Cut Service to Millions of Cell Phones
America Movil gets provisional court order to delay suspending phone service to its customers
DEMO Spring: Flinc Puts a High Tech Twist on Hitchhiking
Asks digital ride sharers to pull out a smart phone instead of a thumb
DEMO Spring: Quantum Dots About to Move into Camera Sensors
InVisage Technologies unveils a new digital film
Some 3 Million Israelis Without Cell Phone Service
Cellcom's network has unknown problem
Text Messaging While Driving Laws: Do They Decrease Safety?
Controversial study riles Secretary of US Department of Transportation
Your Brain On Cell Phones
Turns out cell phones are doing something to the brain, we just don't know what it means
Do Mobile Electronics Really Interfere With Flight? They Could
Sir, please turn off your phone. I'd rather not take the chance.
First Portable Telephone Call Made 40 years Ago Today
Walking down a Manhattan sidewalk, Motorola’s Martin Cooper called his rival at AT&T Bell Labs
EEs' Gifts for The Holidays
Good things come in small packages, it has been said, and this holiday season should leave no doubt about it
Carbon Nanotube-enabled "Power Felt" Could Eventually Power Your Cell Phone
An inexpensive and efficient thermoelectric material promises to recharge your cell phone and other devices with body heat
Wireless Companies Aren't Really Evil, They Only Act That Way
And the Federal Government allows them to
Africans Dial Up Innovation
No longer content to import technology, Africans are using cellphones to spur indigenous innovation
Is Your Cell Phone Snitching on You?
Over a million requests by law enforcement for cell phone records last year
Conflict over Tech Looms for Car Makers and US Government
US DOT presses for cell phone ban as Ford says in-car technology makes it profitable