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Federal employees are a prime target for hackers and other bad guys when on vacation. Learn 12 tips for keeping you and your federal-issued laptop safe while out of the office this summer.
Topping IBM's new list of predictions for the next five years -- 3-D holographic phone calls from you cell.
Twenty two percent of Americans say it's acceptable to be connected to their smart phones, PDAs and handheld computers while having sex.
With new programs from car manufacturers nationwide, you can do anything from starting your car to checking your tire pressure from the screen of your cell phone.
Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va., is drafting legislation that would require sites and companies seeking to collect location information about you to first provide provide disclosures and ask permission.
A new phone application called Silent Bodyguard sends a silent distress signal that will contact four different people and give them information on your whereabouts.
Have 80 percent of the world's cell phones become less secure in recent years?
There are plans to add more than 1,000 of the special meters in North Bethesda in July.
Given that most people use their smartphones for pretty much everything, it's possible they could eventually replace business cards, too.
Radiation levels differ sharply among cell phones.