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New guidance offers steps agencies can take address risks in cell phones, PDAs
Technology Review reports on research that shows how hackers can disable your mobile devices.
It's a like live Twitter feed of a person's electronic transactions, and the Federal government can get it without a court order.
Randy from Frederick sees a lot of Maryland drivers using their mobile phone while driving, without the use of a hands-free system. He asks the WTOP Answer Desk: Is there a way for other drivers to file reports or call authorities for these illegal actions?
The FBI is warning that mobile phones could be the next target of phishing scams.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says if a teacher has reasonable suspicion that a student is breaking state law or school rules with his cellphone, the teacher can confiscate it and look at stored messages.
The Wall Street Journal reports on the surge in texting, making the use of a mobile device as a phone besides the point.
AT&T and SRA International are teaming up to make your smart phone more secure with the launch of Encrypted Mobile Voice Service. Pat Burke, senior vice president of offerings and products at SRA, joined the DorobekINSIDER to explain how the service protects data and what it will cost to secure your phone.
Before you commit to a new phone, you may want to consider the quality of the phone camera.
Be careful if you are traveling abroad with your smartphone, as phone and data usage overseas could bring cell phone bills that could cost you thousands of dollars.