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Q: At a recent dinner, the hostess's cousin rudely spent most of the evening thumbing through his BlackBerry. Upon returning home, I received an e-mail from an acquaintance: "How was dinner at Elaine's?" When I asked how he knew I was there, he said Elaine's cousin had Twittered my presence. (I'm known for my business accomplishments, but I'm a private person, and felt violated).
May 10, 2005
As smartphones, iPads and other portable devices allow consumers to literally join themselves at the hip to the Internet, it's increasingly common to catch people checking email, updating Facebook or even peeking at X-rated sites just about anywhere.
AT&T has recently added capacity for mobile broadband coverage in Gilbert and Queen Creek. Activation of new cell sites in the area should mean better Web surfing, faster file downloads and access to the latest mobile applications.
AT&T has announced new broadband cell sites in Tempe and Chandler to upgrade mobile coverage for customers in the area.
AT&T has activated three new mobile Internet cell sites in the East Valley to improve coverage for residential and business users. The wireless network expansion involves two Mesa towers at Power and Warner roads, and another at Baseline and Crismon roads. A third tower in Tempe near Scottsdale and McKellips is part of the addition.
Motorola announced Monday it agreed to multiple contracts worth $394 million with China Mobile Communications Corp.
Texting and driving will cause an accident. Texting and walking or doing anything will cause accidents.
Motorola is seeking to sell its largest division, which includes operations in Tempe, according to a report.
March 8, 2005
The Arizona Senate has approved legislation restricting minors' use of cellphones while driving.
While the cell phone industry is hopeful that the buyout of AT &T Wireless by Cingular Wireless will ease competition by eliminating one national rival — and possibly more if the merger prompts more deals — two other telephone companies are poised to crowd the market with their own national wireless offerings.
AMMAN, Jordan - Iraq's U.S.-led administration began seeking bids Thursday for three wireless phone networks to serve the war-ravaged country, where the landline phone system is in shambles and temporary cellular service is available only for military, government and aid officials.
Salt River Project is expanding a ban on employees using wireless communication devices while driving on company business to improve its safety measures.
A proposed driving law aimed at teenage drivers would prohibit them from using their cell phones while driving during the first six months after obtaining their Arizona license.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs on Tuesday made the company's long-awaited jump into the mobile phone business, unveiling a gadget that's controlled by touch, plays music, surfs the Internet and runs the Macintosh computer operating system.
Q: Someone suggested that I use Google Voice phone for my business; is this a good idea? — Terrance
If the parents or guardians want to see what their child is sending or receiving on their phone then it is their legal and moral right to be able to.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Two tech titans will square off in federal court Monday in a closely watched trial over control of the U.S. smart phone and computer tablet markets.
TOKYO - Sony Corp. is studying ways to let consumers use their cell phones to buy groceries at convenience stores, pick up the tab for lunch and pay train fares, the company said Wednesday.
Emerson Electric Co. will acquire Motorola’s Embedded Communications Computing business in Tempe for $350 million in cash, the two companies announced Friday.
Q: Where can I take my old computers and cell phones to be recycled properly? - Suzanne
CANNES, France - Now that a new wave of "3G" cell phones equipped for streaming video and multimedia content is finally arriving in Europe, the industry is focusing on the next big unknown: what services users will pay for, and how.
Downtown Tempe is trying to make it easier to park in the area by letting visitors pay parking meters with a cell phone.