High court takes cases on cellphone searches Supreme Court will weigh police power to search arrestees' cellphones without a warrant
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether police need a warrant to search the cellphones of...
Jan 17 2014, 2:51pm CST
Investing In Vietnam With Dragon Capital's Bill Stoops Dragon Capital is the largest private shareholder of stocks in Vietnam. I spoke with Bill Stoops, Dragon’s Chief Investment Officer for his take on the opportunities in Vietnam’s markets. The first part of this...
Jan 2 2014, 7:41pm CST
Texting, dialing while driving raises crash risk Texting, dialing cellphone while driving raises crash risk especially for teens, study finds
A sophisticated, real-world study confirms that dialing, texting or reaching for a cellphone while driving...
Jan 2 2014, 1:41am CST
A Widower's 4 Vital Money Lessons For Husbands This blog post is for husbands in their 50s and 60s and I think it’s one of the most important ones I’ve written. The heartfelt advice from recent widower Terry O’Reilly might be the best holiday gift men and their...
Dec 20 2013, 9:46am CST
CTIA Completes its Stolen Smartphone Database The CTIA has completed its stolen smartphone database. This is a complex arrangement whereby all smart phones will be tracked or locked if stolen. Thereby the very motivation of theft will be prevented.
Nov 28 2013, 6:36am CST
Apple and Best Buy Emerged as Significant Cellphone Retailers Apple Incorporated has sold many iPhones via its retailers. While this is an optimistic trend that goes in favor of Apple, Best Buy is busy accommodating carriers such as AT&T and Verizon. Both Apple and Best Buy have emerged as significant cellphone retailers in the United States.
Nov 26 2013, 2:17am CST
Apple to Pay $53 Million in iPhone Lawsuit The costs in damaging lawsuit bills amount to $53 million for Apple. Its iPhone water seepage lawsuit has cost it quite a fortune. Apple has agreed to pay the money for its failure of warranty.
May 29 2013, 3:17am CDT
European Commission Scrutinizes Apple’s iPhone Sales Tactics The European Commission is looking into Apple’s iPhone tactics since reports came out saying that it was abusing its powers. The aim of this scrutiny is to probe into its strategy to see if there has been a breach of trust.
May 27 2013, 3:28am CDT
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