Do you crack your screen, like, all the time?
You'll get a better signal with your phone in your right hand because of the way mobile phone antennas work, according to a report from a Danish university.
"I'm excited because I'm so single!"
First responders described the sounds of phones ringing in the pockets of the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
I love history.
A new psychological study reveals that cell phone talk is more distracting than regular background conversations. And more appealing to eavesdroppers.
A Japanese phone maker's journey through every cell phone trend in history, from two-tone LCDs and big buttons to full-color touchscreens and 4G Internet. From NTT Docomo and Designboom.
Information about every cell phone in the country is in a Neustar database. Which is why it's kind of weird that 400 or so companies trust them to deal with law enforcement surveillance requests. [UPDATED]
"Your cellphone is one of the most common ways you're going to encounter a law enforcement officer," according to the ACLU. And it's only getting worse.
The phones are too damn big. Will this mad race for a bigger screen ever stop? Here, a doomsday theory.
Numbers can tell us a lot about technology, but only if we know them. Here are a few we don't.