A woman was driving while distracted on her cell phone, and veered into oncoming traffic. Then, a fellow driver took her phone and smashed it. TCB, sir.
At this Saturday's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, brilliant teenager Eesha Khare from Saratoga, CA, won $50,000 for inventing a supercapacitor that could one day charge your phone battery in 20 to 30 seconds. My phone is always dying in important situations (Angry Birds), so I AM READY.
Adults these days! According to a new survey, Americans report that they'd find it more stressful to lose their phone than they would to lose their wedding ring, because one is a symbol of an everlasting commitment and the other is just a chintzy piece of jewelry some priest said magic over.
Here's a thing to ponder for the rest of your evening: what unspeakable stinky dick thing has afflicted this guy in this promo for Boink, the social media app that matches you with people based on your sexual compatibility? Buttsecks gone awry? A Roman or golden shower? I'm confused by this ad.
We all know people can't bear to be separated from their precious smartphones, but a new poll set out to discover exactly how much we love them. Would you give up basic necessities to keep your phone? Reject romantic partners who can't understand your passion for the phone? Bite off a dude's finger when he tries to…
For those in developing nations, a mobile phone is more than a communications luxury. These tiny handsets act as hubs for mobile banking, entrepreneurship, fact-checking, and public health announcements - and they may be the key to women's economic equality.