Keller @ Large: Why Cellphones Should Never Be Used On PlanesJon doesn't want cellphone use allowed on airplanes.
Poll: 50% Of Teens Feel Addicted To Their Cell PhonesAbout 50 percent of teens feel addicted to their cell phones, according to a new poll of 1,240 parents and children by Common Sense Media.
Massachusetts Could Ban Talking On Cell Phones While DrivingFamilies of those killed in distracted driving accidents are asking state lawmakers to back legislation that would require drivers to use hand-free phones in Massachusetts.
Screen Addiction May Lead To Behavioral, Health Problems For KidsAccording to the New York Times, Chinese doctors say children who spend hours and hours staring at screens could be suffering from a clinical disorder
Police Seeking Man Allegedly Taking Upskirt Photos At Walpole Mall StorePolice are looking for a man who allegedly took upskirt photos at the Jo-Ann Fabric at the Walpole Mall.
Student Accused Of Attacking Weymouth Teacher Over Cell PhoneA student is accused of attacking a teacher at Weymouth High School over a cell phone.
Data: Victim's Cell Pinged Along Hernandez's Alleged RouteTracking data shown to the jury Thursday in the murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez indicates the victim's cellphone pinged along the same route that prosecutors say Hernandez took that night.
Doctors Say Smartphone Obsession Is Leading To 'Text Neck'The habit could be leading to a whole new set of aches and pains.
Video Shows Hernandez Dismantle Phone Day After KillingJurors in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial were shown a video of him dismantling his phone outside a police station the day after the killing.
Judge Allows Video Of Aaron Hernandez Call After MurderThe 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.
Smart Phones, Smart Hearing AidsNext Generation Hearing aids are now being built to 21st Century Standards.
AAA Study: 'Public Safety Crisis' Ahead Due To Distracted DrivingA study showed that listening to the radio provides little risk while using voice-activated commands can provide a high risk while behind the wheel.