They’re lined up outside welfare offices, on street corners, and in supermarkets: people hawking free cellphones for those in need.
The city of Los Angeles is still one of the most dangerous cities in which to walk and talk or text, according to a new study.
The Justice Department will pay $4.1 million to a California college student left in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for four days without food or water last year.
Authorities Saturday continued to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of an inmate at a detention center in Murrieta.
Privacy advocates are questioning whether the Los Angeles Police Department’s alleged use of a controversial cellphone tracking technology is legal.
Officials with the city of Los Angeles on Friday faced subpoenas in an ongoing investigation into waste, fraud and abuse regarding cell phone use among city employees.
Federal regulators want to know why millions of Americans may be using cell phones loaded with software that tracks every single key stroke they make.
Authorities say an inmate has died in his cell at the Santa Barbara County Main Jail.
Google Inc. hopes to nudge consumers and merchants into a world where the smartphone has replaced the wallet as the container for credit cards, coupons and receipts.
Verizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo says the next Verizon iPhone model will work on overseas networks.
A new statewide campaign is calling upon drivers to keep their thumbs off their cell phones and on the steering wheel.
AT&T says that if its deal to buy T-Mobile USA goes through, T-Mobile subscribers with “3G” phones will need to replace those to keep their wireless broadband service working.
Verizon Communications Inc. vowed Tuesday not to mess up its iPhone launch next month.
Authorities say a 28-year-old inmate has been found dead in his cell at the Orange County Jail.
Apple says the elusive white iPhone 4 will remain out of reach until spring.