A woman in Stark County, Ohio was arrested after dialing 911 “repeatedly” because her parents had canceled her cell phone service.
In her calls, Seloni Khetarpal, 36, demanded police to come to her home to deal with the situation.
Hamee, a Japanese cell phone accessories company, has released a phone case that imitates the act of holding a woman’s hand.
The iPhone case, which Hamee calls “Nami’s Hand,” is said to be modeled after a real woman’s hand with realsitc details including the white on the nails and palm lines, according to Grapee.
Whatever type of vehicle one is on, texting while driving has been proven to be extremely dangerous as this recent viral video perfectly illustrates.
In the footage, which has been widely shared on WhatsApp and uploaded on Facebook page Beh Chia Lor, a man riding a bicycle is shown slamming right into the back of a vehicle, reports Coconuts Media.
A Chinese woman’s addiction to her mobile phone cost her her life after she fell to her death in a stairway in China.
The unnamed woman, who was apparently busy staring down at her phone, accidentally lost her footing and missed a step last Thursday as she was walking down the stairs from a pedestrian overpass in Suzhou, Anhui Province.
A woman in Malaysia was pronounced dead after allegedly being electrocuted by a charging cell phone.
Suhana Mohamad, 30, was believed to be talking on her mobile phone that was plugged into an electrical outlet when she was electrocuted in her home in the Malaysian suburb of Cheras. Local police deputy chief Superintendent Abdul Ghani Mohamad Ji informed local media that her husband took her to the University Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical center where she was declared dead last Friday.
A man was caught attempting to smuggle thousands of memory cards into Southern China, reported state media outlet CCTV.
Custom officials in Shenzhen discovered the man had more than 9,000 mobile phone memory cards taped to his body, according to the South China Morning Post. He was trying to enter the mainland from Hong Kong.
There’s a new smartphone heading to market that anyone who appreciates extremely tough and well-made things will absolutely love.
It’s called the Cat S60 by Caterpillar Inc., a company mostly known for manufacturing heavy-duty machinery and engines, and will be the world’s first smartphone equipped with a thermal camera.
A new video tests the true strength of the unbreakable Nokia 3310 by setting a flaming ball of Nickel atop its surface.
Nothing says “Will you spend the rest of your life with me?” in North Korea quite like a cell phone.