Weekly Cell Phone News in Review–August 10, 2015

Court Rules that Warrants are Required for Searches of Cell Phone Location HistoryIn a decision that could have broad implications for law enforcement searches in the digital age, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday afternoon that officials must get a search...

Weekly Cell Phone News in Review–August 17, 2015

Cell Phone Contracts are DeadCell phones may have only hit the mainstream in the late ’90s, but it seems like the two-year contract has been around forever. In fact, “that’s just the way it is” has been the standard response to customer complaints for years as if the...

Google Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Microphone Issue

Google has been sued over an issue with its first and second generation Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. The class action lawsuit, which was filed in a California court on Tuesday, alleges that Google continues to advertise and sell its Pixel phones even though the...

Weekly Cell Phone News in Review—February 19, 2018

A Concerning New Study Links Miscarriages to Cellphone RadiationThere’s emerging evidence that exposure to one type of radiation from cellphones and other devices might be linked to a major adverse health outcome in women: miscarriages. A new study published in the...