Several suspects were wanted Friday in two different cell phone store burglaries.
Drivers in California can legally read a map on their hand-held cellphones while behind the wheel, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
Drivers have heard of the dangers of texting and driving, but a new report finds dialing and driving could be even more hazardous.
Santa Clarita detectives have announced the arrest of two men they say are responsible for a string of vehicle robberies in the Valencia area.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had signed a bill curbing regulatory oversight of phone calls made over the internet.
It was the $1 billion question Saturday: What does Apple Inc.’s victory in an epic patent dispute over its fiercest rival mean for the U.S. smartphone industry?
The Geek Squad’s Sylvia Gutierrez stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to show viewers lock, locate and recover tech tips for mobile devices.
Certainly, nobody who remembers that first solo drive to pick up friends would trade the experience for texting said friends from the family room.
More than 700 million people use Facebook – among them are some of California’s most-hardened prisoners. CBS2’s Jeff Nguyen recently visited local prisons to see how inmates are accessing the internet and social networking sites from cell phones.
It was the day AT&T cell phones went dead throughout Los Angeles, and now, KNX 1070’s investigative reporter Charles Feldman tells us why the phone company is being so mysterious about what happened.
Paris Hilton is suffering a new bout of cellphone drama. The heiress-turned-TV star reportedly lost two mobile devices on a flight to the Philippines for a visit to promote a hotel resort.
City Controller Wendy Greuel says a new audit shows the city of Los Angeles wasted an estimated $1 million on cell phone costs for public employees.
Authorities are searching for several men who robbed three University of Southern California students as they were talking on their cell phones near campus.
Los Angeles police plan to join a statewide “zero tolerance” enforcement crackdown on drivers texting or using their cell phones without hands-free technology, officers said Sunday.
An audit released Tuesday says the city of Los Angeles could save almost $5 million a year by taking back the cell phones issued to employees.