No Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Allowed In Small W.Va. TownWould you believe there's a place where no one can use a cell phone? Where Wi-Fi is not allowed? Where even finding a radio station can be a difficult task?
Local Pub Offering Customers Discount To Put Down Their Cell PhonesJames Street Gastropub and Speakeasy is well known in the Pittsburgh area as a jazz club and restaurant.
Simple Tricks To Get The Most Out Of Your Cell PhoneThey are there when you need them most, smartphone cameras anxious to catch those special moments.
Consumer Reports’ Tips On Cell Phone SavingsConsumer Reports says if you’re paying more than $50 per phone line each month, it may be time to rustle up a better deal.
Consumer Reports: Customers Of Smaller Cell Phone Service Providers HappierMost of us still get our cell phone service from one of the four big wireless providers — Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint.
Verizon Wireless Gives Rare Behind-The-Scenes Look At Regional Switching StationIt’s called a switching station -- and it's off limits to most people, let alone television cameras.
Local Communities Hunting For Inventive Ways To Camouflage Cell Phone TowersMore communities are hunting for clever ways to disguise cell phones towers.
AAA Study: Distracted Driving Getting Worse, Especially Among Young DriversWith all the school programs and laws, you'd think distracted driving would be on the decline, but a new AAA study says it's getting worse, especially among young drivers.
Consumer Reports Calls Sprint’s “Cut Your Bill In Half” Deal “Complicated”A new promotion by Sprint aims to lure customers away from other carriers, but is it too good to be true?
Consumer Reports Compares, Ranks Cell Phone ChargersNothing says misery like being out and about, away from a power source, and your phone goes dead.
New Ransom-Ware Scam Locking Victims Out Of Their Own SmartphonesThe Better Business Bureau is warning people about a scam where your cellphone isn't merely infected, it's frozen, and the scammers demand ransom to unlock it.
T-Mobile Offering Refunds For “Cramming”T-Mobile is paying more than $67 million in refunds to customers who were billed for text message services they didn't order.