According to data collected by various agencies we have listed counties having the largest number of people having mobile phone and so have prepared a top ten list for them. Here follows the list.
On a cloudy afternoon in the Tenderloin district, a man in a hooded sweatshirt walks slowly along Market Street, stopping to engage people he encounters along the way. He offers a peek at the wares inside the backpack slung over his shoulder: Three new iPhones, each still sealed in a white box affixed with Apple’s logo. He stole these phones, he tells potential customers, before asking them to make an offer.
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled pricingfor its Surface tablet, which will go on sale on Oct. 26. Share/Save
Take a look around today at people in line at Starbucks, on the train platform or waiting for their bags at the airport. Odds are, a huge chunk of them are staring down into a glowing mobile device Share/Save
The suit claims that the phone companies engaged in “unjust enrichment” in charging “system access fees” or “license administration fees” on top of regular monthly fees. For example, a subscriber might be charged C$30 a month and then another C$6.95 a month for system access.
“I received many tweets asking for some way to detect radiation” after the disaster, said Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son at a press conference in Tokyo. “So I decided, ‘let’s do it.’”
Some 10,000 calls a day to the city’s emergency response number are accidental, a new report estimates.
Nine months ago, a tremendous controversy began with a simple e-mail:
“Gentlemen, The BART Police require the M-Line wireless from the Trans Bay Tube Portal to the Balboa Park Station, to be shut down today between 4 pm & 8,” wrote Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) construction supervisor Dirk Peter on August 11, 2011. (The Transbay Tube runs beneath the Bay, moving people to and from San Francisco; Balboa Park is a residential city neighborhood.) “Steve,” the note continued, “please help to notify all carrier
Apple is currently in a legal dispute down under with the Australian competition regulator, but is attempting a novel way of digging its way out of trouble: by trying to rebrand what “4G” actually means.
Many US police departments use cell phone tracking, often without court orders, to find suspects and investigate criminal cases, according to a study released Monday.