Frontier Airlines has received approval for gate-to-gate personal electronic device use from the Federal Aviation Administration. That means passengers can use personal electronic devices in “airplane mode” during all phases of flight.
As our smart phones continue to become more powerful and more expensive and seemingly a growing necessity in our society, thieves are enticed by the mini-computers.
So what do most of us do with our old phones, iPods, Xbox games and laptops? Gazelle is one of many companies offering to buy back unloved and unwanted electronics.
The World Health Organization says cellphones may double your risk of a rare brain tumor. Actually, the said “may.” Most doctors say baloney. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida has more on the controversial, and scary, statement.
One wireless provider plans to step up the competition in Denver and surrounding communities this summer as AT&T will soon offer 4G speeds.
DENVER (AP) – Colorado officials insist they’re combing through state spending to try to close an estimated half-billion dollar shortfall — but figuring out exactly how much Colorado pays for employees’ mobile devices is nearly […]
My Dad loves to send me emails that are safety-oriented. Some are great, like the one about WD-40. Not only does it explain what it really is (fish oil), but all of the cool stuff it can do. And, of course, the email that warns you to never get out of your car if some guy comes up, knocks on the window, and says, “you dropped this fifty-dollar bill”. He just wants to kill you.