The habit could be leading to a whole new set of aches and pains.
Jurors in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial were shown a video of him dismantling his phone outside a police station the day after the killing.
The judge overseeing the trial has denied the defense’s request to bar police surveillance video that shows Hernandez using a lawyer’s phone to call one of his co-defendants the day after the killing.
Next Generation Hearing aids are now being built to 21st Century Standards.
A study showed that listening to the radio provides little risk while using voice-activated commands can provide a high risk while behind the wheel.
The union that represents MBTA drivers says it will go to court over the T’s new policy on cell phones.
The Boston Carmen’s Union says firing drivers just for carrying a cell phone on the job presumes they are guilty, and makes management the sole judge and jury.
Nashua police say a woman who was being assaulted sent secret texts to friends and family to summon help.
The MBTA driver that crashed into a guardrail over the Massachusetts Turnpike in Newton, has been charged with obstruction of justice.
Hand-held cellphone use would be banned while driving in New Hampshire in mid-2015 under a bill passed by the Senate.
High School students are pledging to give up their phones for 30 days to raise money for cancer research.