Parents Hiring Coaches To Help Raise Their Children Phone-FreeScreen consultants come into home or schools, to remind parents how people parented before. Their recommendations include "movement," like playing or painting.
Company Offers $1,000 To Switch Back To Flip Phones For 1 WeekThe company wants to study the influence smartphones has on users.
In 2019, Half Of All Cell Calls Could Be RobocallsPhone companies will screen those calls for you, either warning you of possible spam or letting you learn more about why someone's calling.
Companies Working On Phones With Flapping, Folding ScreensSamsung showed off it's new prototype bendable smartphone during its annual developers conference yesterday.
Edina Middle School Tries ‘No Cell From Bell To Bell’ ProgramStudents at one Twin Cities middle school are putting their phones away during the school day.
BBB: Cell Phone Users Targeted For Money, Personal InformationThere is a new identity theft scam making the rounds that involves hackers are using phone numbers to drain bank accounts.
Best Places For Cell Phone Accessories In MinnesotaHaving a cell phone is more than case and carry. It also needs to be connected, recharged and secured. Who could have imagined the cell phone would not be quite as maintenance free as we would like to think?
Study: Kids Say Parents Spend Too Much Time On Cell PhonesKids have often had to compete with their siblings, but now kids have a new rival – the cell phone. Online security company AVG found that a third of children say their parents spend as much, or more time, with their devices than them.
Good Question: Can Deleted Text Messages Be Recovered?During the NFL's "deflategate" investigation, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told the league he had destroyed his Samsung cell phone, and that meant the NFL couldn't recover his text messages, as part of their investigation.
Good Question: Who Still Has A Landline Phone?Voicemails and landlines are going the way of dial-up.
4 Things To Know: 'Avengers' Sequel Opens, Wild To RoarHere is a look at the four things you need to know about for May Day -- May 1, 2015. They include the latest installment of an unstoppable superhero franchise, and an eruption from the deep.
U.S. Attorney: Meth Found In Home Of Mpls. Man Facing Conspiracy ChargesA Minneapolis man already facing conspiracy charges is now also facing charges for allegedly possessing methamphetamine. Abbas Ateia Al Hussainawee, 40, has been charged with conspiracy to engage with interstate transportation of stolen goods and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Husband Of Wife Killed By Distracted Driver: 'Put Away The Phones'The husband of a woman killed by a distracted driver urges people to put the phone down while they're on the road. Thirty-three-year-old Andrea Boeve of Steen was riding her bike, pulling her two daughters behind her, when she was struck and killed in late June. The driver of the pickup truck that hit them admitted he was doing banking on his phone at the time. Last week, Christopher Weber pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide.
Pocket Dials Becoming A Nuisance For PoliceWe've all done it before: That embarrassing pocket dial, where the person on the other end picks up and can hear everything we're saying without us knowing. But sometimes instead of unknowingly calling a parent or a friend, the emergency dial feature you see on cell phones accidentally gets hit. Brittney Quant husband accidentally pocket-dialed 911, which led to a front-door visit from police.
Cell Phones Have Made Stalking Easier, Scarier Some 6.6 million people are stalked in this country each year, and that number has doubled in the last three years. Experts say something many of us own has contributed to the increase, and they are making stalking easier: cell phones. Our calls, texts, emails and apps can all be accessed if a stalker has your phone for five minutes. It’s something that happened to an Anoka County woman.