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Hollywood star Nicolas Cage is reportedly worried about his personal information, including private text messages, leaking out after losing his cellphone. Cage, 50, who stars in the new movie Joe', recently had dinner with co-star Tye Sheridan and
State broadcaster RTE quoted on Sunday the new legislation, which will come into effect on May 1, as saying that anyone caught texting or accessing information on mobile phones will be given a mandatory courts summons and a fine. A convicted driver
Yes, you do have people who are changing them in other parts of the world and putting it up on Youtube for everyone but it is very difficult to change it because its electronically embedded and it's very rarely that you see this kind of thing in
Corey Robinson, Staff Reporter Confessed 'teka', Peter, has revealed that his syndicate is just one of many operating all across the island under the same mantra. "We don't go work any and anywhere...Nobody nuh want BlackBerry again," explained Peter,
Samsung is going big with the New Galaxy in South Africa - and by big, we mean the price. As the South Korean electronics giant prepares to release the Galaxy S5 in the country, it is not holding back on the recommended retail price...While the
Nashua Mobile will sell its mobile phone subscribers to MTN or Vodacom. (Supplied) South Africa's Vodacom Group and MTN Group will buy mobile-phone subscribers from Nashua Mobile for R2.26-billion after the service provider deemed its business model
In my view, handling stolen goods is just as serious as theft...On receiving tip-offs about numerous rogue businesses, eight used smart phones were acquired by lawful means. Each smart phone was personalised with images and backgrounds with contacts
Business News The government's plan to impose a 20 percent luxury-goods sales tax on cell phones is designed to accelerate growth in the fledgling industry. But, it also carries the risk of increased cell phone smuggling a problem that particularly
AN Aboriginal tracker is being used to search for a French tourist missing in one of South Australia's most remote areas without her mobile phone, wallet or passport.
Pat Uncangco, Department of Public Works Office of Highway Safety program coordinator, displays a "One Text or Call Could Wreck it All" pledge card during the Distracted Driving Awareness Month exhibit at the Agana Shopping Center on Friday.