Latest Stories by Suzzie Christodulu
A British prisoner was taken to hospital after he tried to smuggle a mobile phone into jail and was unable to remove it from its hiding place -- inside his rectum.
The study shows a strong correlation between brain dominance and the ear used to listen to a cellphone. More than 70% of participants held their cellphone up to the ear on the same side as their dominant hand, the study finds.
USA based cafe chain, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has announced it will start testing wireless charging with Power Matters Alliance (PMA) at a number of its Los Angeles stores.
South African police have arrested a man who is said to be one of the country's leading criminals in so-called SIM Swap identity fraud.
Although it is the largest mobile network in Japan by subscriber numbers -- with a 45% market share -- NTT DoCoMo carries almost all the mobile traffic used by criminals, the National Police Agency has claimed.
The United Nations educational agency today said it is ready to launch a pilot project combining mobile technology and teachers' development to support primary school English teachers in Nigeria, which has one of the highest illiteracy rates in the world.
Just as people have embraced computers and smart phones, they may also give their blessing to talking tissue boxes and other smart objects, according to Penn State researchers.
Simply sending children with asthma a text message each day asking about their symptoms and providing knowledge about their condition can lead to improved health outcomes.
The touchscreen smartphone has made it onto a postage stamp -- as the South Korean postal service has launched a range of stamps to celebrate the ICT industry.
A silly telephone game that became a viral phenomenon in Pakistan has demonstrated some serious potential for teaching poorly educated people about automated voice services and provided a new tool for them to learn about jobs,