Reno police used a cellphone application called “Find My iPhone” to track down not only a stolen cellphone but also the armed robber accused of stealing it.
A 31-year-old Sparks man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for posting pornographic photographs of a juvenile relative on the Internet.
A Kansas mother who struggled with a cellphone company to provide call location information when her daughter went missing is urging Nevada lawmakers to pass a bill requiring such information be given to police agencies in emergencies.
Only 21-percent of likely voters across the U.S. want the federal government to regulate the Internet in any way.
Facebook will expand its platform for mobile users but won’t introduce its own phone.
Verizon Wireless has agreed to the largest settlement payout in the Federal Communications Commission’s history to clear up a controversy over so-called “mystery fees.”
A British designer has created the world’s most expensive cell phone.
You’ve heard of “sticker shock.” These days, the Feds are trying to do something about what’s some people call “cell shock.”
Love the iPhone but hate AT&T? There may be hope for you — if you go by a report in The New York Times.
Uh oh…you dropped your phone in the bath/toilet/drink/swimming pool! What do you do now?