All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘cell phone’

Justin Bieber in More Trouble With the Law?

Justin Bieber might be in trouble with the law again. The Confident singer is now being investigated for attempted robbery following a recent incident in L.A. A female victim has filed an official complaint and officers arrived at her home on May 13th to talk with her about the situation. It seems the victim and her daughter were enjoying their …

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Shailene Woodley Does Not Own A Cell Phone

It seems as though everyone in the world owns a cell phone, the majority being smart phones, but not Shailene Woodley. The Divergent star recently revealed to The Daily Beast that, not only does she not own a smart phone, she doesn’t have a cell phone period. Shocking! “I’m not a big technology person. I don’t even have a smart …

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Samsung Unveils The New Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S5 during the Mobile World Congress event on Monday. People had been waiting anxiously to see the new updated design, however they were shocked to see that it looked very similar to the previous models: the Galaxy S3 and S4. Samsung’s vice president for brand Stephen Taylor explained why the cell phone models were so …

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Verizon Phone Plan Gets Upgrade With “More Everything”

Feeling pressure from rival carriers T-Mobile and AT&T, Verizon announced a new “More Everything” plan that gives its customers, well, more of “everything” for their money. The new plan primarily benefits families and users who don’t consume as much data. Families who choose a plan containing over 10 gigabytes a month are rewarded with $20 off their monthly bill. Users …

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Supreme Court to Rule on Unwarranted Cell Searches

President Obama addressed recent outrage over unwarranted cell phone searches by police in a speech he gave at the Department of Justice on Friday. The President’s statement comes at a time when there has been much public debate over the legality of searches performed by police on a suspect’s cell phone without first obtaining a warrant. Two recent court cases …

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Air Marshal Arrested for Taking Pictures Up Women’s Skirts

If you think the only invasions of privacy you have to worry about when flying are being patted down by TSA agents and going through body scanners, think again. A federal air marshal was arrested on Thursday after someone reported him for using his cell phone to take photos up women’s skirts. Adam Bartsch (below) was kicked off a Southwest …

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AT&T Expands International Market

AT&T has partnered with Spain’s Fon, which will provide AT&T customers with more international possibilities as well as being mutually advantageous for Fon’s customers. AT&T presently has more than 30,000 hotspots within the United States in venues such as book shops, hotels, and restaurants. JR Wilson, who serves as AT&T’s vice president of partnerships and alliances, spoke about the recent …

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Trayvon Martin Texts, Photos Released By Zimmerman’s Defense Attorneys

The Trayvon Martin/Zimmerman case took another interesting turn today as Zimmerman’s defense released photos and text message exchanges from Martin’s cell phone. The photos show Martin blowing smoke, riding a horse, and holding a gun. With the defense releasing the photos, they’re hoping to defame Martin in hopes of proving Zimmerman’s claims of self defense. The judge presiding over the …

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Does Congress Even Understand The Cell Phone Unlocking Debate?

You should have the right to unlock your cell phone. Any reasonable person would agree that it should be a basic consumer right. The problem is how one goes about making cell phone unlocking legal. Lawmakers have come forward with a variety of solutions to this particular problem. All of the legislation provided thus far does indeed make cell phone …

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Advocates to FCC: Forbid Cell Phone Jamming

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Public Knowledge, and the Center for Democracy and Technology have implored the Federal Communications Commission to prohibit federal, state, and local governments from resorting to cell phone shutdowns. The request stems an FCC inquiry from 2011 regarding the incident where the Bay Area Transit Authority shut down cell phone activity in order to hopefully suppress protests …

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Sneaky Best Buy Employee Updates Man’s Facebook Status

I don’t put anything past people nowadays. Leaving your phone, laptop, or tablet unattended for any length of time is sure-fire recipe for all sorts of embarrassing and humiliating situations. So the next time you decide to have someone, even a seemingly innocent employee at a reputable national chain, have a look at your faulty mobile device, you might want …

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UK Newspapers Prompt Shutdown Of Cell Phones

As we reported last month, Facebook has become a popular way to stay connected while serving time behind bars. While some may use the social networking site just to pass time, other more insidious characters have been using their profiles to send threatening messages or mock victims and their families. The Daily Record in the UK has also been following …

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