FCC’s chairman Tom Wheeler says the ban on talking on cell phones is out of date, so at their meeting next month, the commission will discuss allowing air travelers to make phone calls once the plane reaches 10,000 feet.
Are you getting what you pay for when it comes to mobile broadband? One company says Philadelphia is hitting speed bumps much more than other big cities when it comes to 4G LTE.
Two Wilmington juveniles were arrested after committing a robbery Saturday night.
The Philadelphia Police Department is looking for two suspects who robbed two 18-year-old females in Hartranft.
A new study shows pedestrian cell phone related injuries have nearly doubled since 2005.
When speakers aren’t an option, good enough is better than not at all.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for those of you planning on doing some smartphone shopping.
A Wilmington man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly committed a robbery in front of a passing police officer.
Thirty-nine cell phones, on average, were lost or stolen each month last year throughout SEPTA’s mass transit system according to SEPTA transit police.
The nation’s top law enforcement groups are pushing Congress to force cell companies to hold on to your text messages. That’s raising concern among privacy groups.
Twenty years ago today, an engineer performed a task that would forever change the way we communicate.
Some doctors say there’s a potential link between cell phones and breast cancer, for certain women. They’re seeing evidence of breast cancer that could be connected to where some women keep their mobile phones.
A Bala Cynwyd mother is trying to mainstream her invention that she says teaches kids how to tie their shoes in minutes.
Chris discusses his time at last night’s Phillies home finale, Ann Coulter’s confrontation with Whoopie Goldberg on The View, and the latest update of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Comedian Jon Lovitz, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
A recent study sponsored by SecurEnvoy has found that, since 2008, the amount of people who fear being without a mobile phone has grown from 53 percent to 66 percent.