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The telecom industry has supported a proposal by the government to make mobile phone calls to 1800 numbers free by 2015.
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The proliferation of mobile phones in low- and middle-income countries over the past decade has been rapid and remarkable.
The journalism world has been rightly outraged by the Justice Department dragging the Associated Press into one of its sprawling leak investigations.
The head of Azerbaijan's state broadcaster has questioned the vote tally in the Eurovision Song Contest where it embarrassingly gave "nul points" to the entry from neighbouring Russia.
Kasey Clark sorts through the debris of her grandmother-in-law Thelma Cox's mobile home after it was destroyed by a tornado.
A 23-page indictment accuses 32 people of taking bribes and participating in illegal schemes and racketeering activity to protect and expand criminal operations from January 2009 until their arrests.
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The vast majority of Britons would prefer to go without sex than live without their mobile phones, a survey suggests.
A recent trial before the Samaria Military Court revealed a startling connection between Palestinians and the employee of at least one Israeli cell phone company - a connection that resulted in Palestinian prisoners obtaining working cell phones, even though they are forbidden to have them.
Maryland corrections officials recently adopted technology that blocks contraband cellphone use at one prison facility and plan to use the technology at other facilities soon.
Relief agencies immediately went into action Monday to help those affected by the deadly tornado which swept through Moore, Oklahoma.
Vodacom, South Africa's largest wireless operator, plans to begin operating in three additional countries by the end of 2014.
For the first time in years, the telecom industry is seeing improved customer satisfaction scores.
It's hard enough being tied to your cell phone without having to worry about getting the "Low Battery Icon of Death" right in the middle of an important task - and charging up via wall outlets takes forever.
Hong Kong mobile users have enjoyed the experience of better connections - and fast and furious browsing most notably - for quite some time thanks to the 4G-LTE technology launched here late last year.
In this image from CNN affiliate KPIX, 18-year-old Eesha Khare shows off her device that can charge phones in seconds.