Philadelphia Police And Verizon Collect Phones For Victims Of Domestic ViolenceThrough the non-profit, Women Against Abuse, the phones will be distributed to women in need.
Cell Phone Jammers Are Available - But IllegalWhat’s a cell phone jammer and why don’t we all have one?
Local Townships Open Cooling Centers, Charging Stations For Residents Affected By Power OutagesAfter Tuesday's storms, thousands are still without power, leading some areas to set up mobile device charging stations and cooling centers.
Study: Students Perform Better On Tests When Cell Phones Are BannedResearchers say the findings suggest students may be distracted by having cell phones in class.
Poll: Parents Absorbed In Their Smartphones May Cause Kids To Act OutParents or caregivers, do you often find yourself on your smartphone when you’re out to eat with your kids? A new study says your children are noticing and they could be acting out because of it.
When Pope Is In Philadelphia, 'Can You Hear Me Now?'Nearly two million people are expected to swarm Philadelphia for the Pope's visit in September. Many will want to share the events from their phones in real-time. But will cell networks be able to handle all that traffic?
Study: Your Obsession With Your Smartphone Is Hurting Your RelationshipSmartphones have officially become the third wheel in many relationships.
SEPTA Urging Riders To Put Safety First As Holiday Travel Season ApproachesSEPTA spokeswoman Jerri Williams says passengers should wait until they take a seat before checking their texts and emails.
Study: Excessive Texting Could Injure Your SpineBack pain from texting? It might be a reality, says one New York doctor.
Police: $10,000 Worth Of Cell Phones And GPS Units Stolen From RadioShackPennsylvania State Police say $10,000 worth of cell phones and GPS units were taken from a local RadioShack early Sunday morning.
3 On Your Side: Charge Your Smartphone, Without The Cord?Between smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But as 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds in the near future you may be able to power up without the cord.