Todd Atwood says he doesn't worry too much about accidents when walking down the street using his iPhone to make calls, send text messages or check his e-mail.
Lookout says it now has more than 1 million registered users for its smartphone security application, and it did it in just six months.
While many experts contend that there's no substitute, handsfree or otherwise, for complete attention on the road, Americans' interest in in-car Bluetooth systems appears to be growing.
AT&T and Goatse Security are exchanging barbs over the public disclosure of a security flaw in AT&T's Web application for the iPad 3G.
AT&T has confirmed that a security breach on the iPad 3G exposed the e-mail addresses and ICC IDs of its customers...
U.S. Border Patrol agents often use horses to look for smugglers in the forested mountains along the Canadian border...
The public angst surrounding Google's Wi-Fi sniffing activities involves the revelation that the company allegedly accumulated hundreds of gigabytes of potentially personal information from Wi-Fi networks while taking photographs for its Street View project.
In an email, Farago explains that for several months, even prior to Apple releasing its PLA for OS 4.0, Flurry had been working on its Privacy First Initiative (PFI).
New legislation advanced by U.S. senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and John Cornyn (R-TX) would require buyers of prepaid cell phones to present identification.
Symantec Corp.'s decision to pay $1.28 billion to buy a division of VeriSign that sells security technology to websites highlights how quickly the companies are moving in opposite directions.
Railroad operators would face new restrictions on the use of cell phones and other handheld electronic devices under a proposal issued Monday by the government.
"It definitely taught me to be careful and not to text while driving because I'm going to kill somebody."
A look at some hands-free solutions that will keep eyes on the road.
The FCC is moving ahead with a recommendation under its Broadband Plan to create a center dedicated to solving the long-standing issue of interoperability on public safety networks.
The public safety community is not happy with the FCC.
Computer-security researchers say new "smart" meters that are designed to help deliver electricity more efficiently also have flaws that could let hackers tamper with the power grid in previously impossible ways.
The FCC's newly-unveiled National Broadband Plan could have a sweeping impact on the wireless industry, public safety and the Universal Service Fund (USF).
AT&T today announced a campaign aimed at curtailing the unsafe practice of texting while driving.
Percentage of drivers 16- to 24-years-old observed visibly manipulating handheld electronic devices while driving: 17...
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski plans to allocate between $12 billion and $16 billion over the next 10 years to fund the deployment of an interoperable, nationwide public safety wireless broadband network.
More than a dozen bills are pending in the Florida House and Senate; some call for a ban on texting, others, a ban on cell phone use entirely.
A new insurance industry study has found that state laws banning the use of handheld devices to make calls or send text messages while driving have not resulted in fewer vehicle crashes.
The Transportation Department and safety advocates joined Tuesday to announce the creation of FocusDriven...
Ford's new connected in-car system might seem revolutionary, but not everyone thinks it's such a great idea.