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Is your phone listening to your conversations?
Companies don't need to eavesdrop to target ads — we give them plenty of information.
A growing number of travel businesses ask people to ditch their cellphones
It's about being present in the moment.
The campaign to keep middle school students off their cellphones
"Away for the Day" aims to combat our country's tech addiction.
Cellphones as logging detectors
An entrepreneur looks to fight illegal loggers, one used cellphone at a time.
Not just T-Mobile: how bogus charges get on your bill
Check your bill. "Cramming" goes back decades -- and costs billions.
A day in the life of a payphone
New York City has about 10,000 public payphones. But who's using them?
One step closer to using your cellphone on your next flight?
Thanksgiving is over, but let's give a moment of thanks for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Police can your track cellphone's location, but you knew that already...didn't you?
If police want to track your movements using old calls you made on your cellphone, they can get the information from your cellphone company without a warrant.
How to protect your cellphone from hackers
Nearly half a billion mobile phone SIM cards might be vunerable to hacking. The vulnerability was revealed by a security researcher in Germany.
Solar phone chargers to come to NYC
It's happened to all of us. Your phone loses its charge in that one place you can't plug it in. Now, New York City is about to get solar chargers in many of those places.