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It's an urban legend that's been around for years. In fact, we first reported on it about seven or eight years ago.
When it comes to cell phone reception, D.C. has a dubious distinction. It's No. 1 when it comes to the worst cell phone reception in the nation.
Cell phones have made it easy to donate to relief efforts in countries like Haiti and now Japan. But the reality is your donation may takes months to help anyone.
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If you're looking for the time, do you check your watch or your cell phone? Some cool new watches now bring the two together.
Paying that cell phone bill every month can be expensive, and many people aren't aware of the money they are dishing out in taxes.
Hit a pothole and you can have your phone's GPS deliver the crater's location to the appropriate transportation department.
If you are heading north from the D.C. region,and you have your cell phone you'd better not use it without a hands-free device while behind the wheel.
Under a new state policy that takes effect Saturday, people may enter court buildings with cell phones equipped with cameras and other electronic devices such as laptop computers.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says people need to "take personal responsibility" and not use cell phones while driving.