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.
People who frequently check their cellphones for new calls, texts, or app updates may suffer from more than just a simple obsession.
With the announcement of yet another iPhone model soon to be on the market, experts say now is as good a time as any to start figuring out how much time you are willing to devote to the device.
The iPhone 5, out later this month, is thinner, lighter and has a bigger screen than its predecessors. For hordes of Apple fans who have some money to spare, the question is: What should you do with your old iPhone after you buy a new one?
Residents in the city of Los Angeles may soon get the chance to weigh in on where cell phone providers can set up wireless transmitters.
Police are warning iPhone, Droid and other smartphone owners of a sharp rise in the number of brazen robberies targeting those devices.
An Ontario man who allegedly robbed a sandwich shop and took off with an employee’s cell phone was in police custody on Wednesday.
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.
American Airlines issued a statement Wednesday, just one day after actor Alec Baldwin was removed from a New York-bound flight at LAX.
The Los Angeles Police Department is warning seniors who live in the Granada Hills area about a telephone scam.
A Florida man has been released on a $10,000 bond after being charged with hacking into the emails of Christina Aguilera, Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis.
Police said the crooks appear to be preying on mostly older people who regularly mail-order prescription drugs.
The unanimous ruling upheld the right of citizens to sue local governments for collecting allegedly illegal taxes.
The California Public Utilities Commission will hold a public hearing in Culver City on a proposal that opponents warn could stifle competition in the telecom business.