"[I have] no idea how to describe it because one of the impossible things just happened," Zackrydz Rodzi said. "I shook and laughed so hard and quickly ran towards my parents to tell them."
Investigators believe Christopher Allen Freeman stole explicit videos from phones that had been brought to his store for repair.
A passenger on an EasyJet flight from Manchester, England, to Iceland forced the plane to land unexpectedly after he harassed passengers and crew and attempted to eat his cell phone.
The ruling has drawn criticism from experts who cite multiple studies which show the phones do not generate enough energy to cause tumors.
The assailant told a theater employee to "take care of it or I would."
A small town in England has temporarily banned 5G, after residents expressed health concerns about the technology. Experts seem less convinced that the wireless network poses a threat.
The science on the risks of prolonged exposure to cellphone radiation remains inconclusive.
Emergency services responded to the scene but the extent of the woman's injuries are unknown.
The technology is part of a plan to explore the Apollo 17 landing site again.
White House employees worry that personal phone calls from work devices could be made public.
"The priest says 'lift up your hearts.' He does not say, 'lift up your cell phones to take pictures.'"
A Pittsburgh Public School teacher allegedly was attacked by a parent for confiscating her elementary student's cellphone in class.
Millennials are the pioneers of the digital age — a title that apparently involves most of them sleeping, pooping and eating with a cellphone within arm's reach.
Processing centers, antennae systems and towers are capable of withstanding fierce wind gusts and potential flooding, but nothing is "100 percent hurricane-proof."
After a Guardian report revealed that the IRS purchased StingRay devices, the IRS commissioner admitted to their use.
T-Mobile, a carrier less than half the size of Verizon and AT&T, used lower pricing, simpler service plans and an improving network to help win 8.3 million net new customers last year.
The policy does not include state and local agencies and may not apply to public places.
The CIA provides the technology for a plane-assisted fake cell tower surveillance program.
The research suggest we view our phones as extensions of ourselves.
Senators release letter outlining loose FBI restrictions regarding "stingray" technology.
Can U.S. courts order tech companies to target customers with spyware?
New radiation-shielding briefs may just save your sperm