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- Police in Iran disperse anti-government protesters
Video shows cellphone
footage of anti-government protesters being dispersed in the Iranian city of Kermanshah.
CBS News. Sunday, 9 May 2021.
- California to set guidelines limiting cellphone radiation exposure
A recent study finds 95 percent of Americans are now using cellphones, and that has prompted public health officials in California to issue groundbreaking guidelines to limit exposure to cellphone
radiation. John Blackstone reports.
CBS News. Saturday, 8 May 2021.
- Video shows Army trainee hijacking South Carolina school bus with kids on board; children safe
Video shows the suspect boarding the bus, shouting at the driver to close the door and drive. Some of the kids used their cellphones to call their parents.
ABC News. Friday, 7 May 2021.
- 'You'll never be white': Racist black teacher berates Latino cop and calls him a 'murderer'
A black motorist who was pulled over in Southern California for using a cell phone
while driving went on a racist tirade against a Hispanic sheriff's deputy, telling him he'll 'always be a Mexican.'
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 4 May 2021.
- Beavers reportedly knock out cell phone and internet service in Canadian town
Never trust nature with your internet access.
Fox News. Monday, 26 Apr 2021.
- Former NFL player allegedly left cellphone at scene of mass shooting: Warrants
The primary suspect in a South Carolina mass shooting that left six people dead allegedly left his cellphone
at the scene before fleeing.
ABC News. Saturday, 24 Apr 2021.
- Paying on Amazon with the palm of your hand is already an option, this is how this biometric technology works
Without cash, without a card, without transfers and even without a cell phone, the Amazon One system reads your hand so you can pay for your purchases, see how it works.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 23 Apr 2021.
- Crew of robbers wreaks havoc in Central Park, stealing Citi Bikes, cash and cellphones
New York City police are searching for a crew of robbers (pictured in surveillance footage) who have been wreaking havoc in Manhattan's Central Park.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 4 Apr 2021.
- Meet S! NG, the app to create and sell your own NFT from your cell phone or tablet
If you want to join the sensation of non-fungible tokens and earn money with your original NFTs, this app helps you achieve it from your iPhone or iPad.
Entrepreneur. Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021.
- Tennessee women attacked, robbed 14-year-old trampoline park employee
Tennessee police say five women assaulted a 14-year-old worker and stole her cellphone
and headphones Sunday.
Fox News. Friday, 26 Mar 2021.
- Residents of Carrollton and Nearby Cities Now Have New Non-Emergency Phone Number
Carrollton, Coppell, Farmers Branch, and Addison now have a new way to make non-emergency phone calls, now residents with cell phones can dial *247.
NBC. Thursday, Mar 25 2021.
- Horse Trainer Gordon Elliott Banned From British Racing
Gordon Elliott, a prominent trainer, was barred from racing for six months after a photograph emerged showing him sitting on a dead horse, talking on his cellphone
New York Times. Friday, 5 Mar 2021.
- Capitol Police Chief Uses Cell Phone Records To Show When Agency Called For National Guard On Jan. 6
Top security officials are still debating why it took so long to deploy the National Guard during the Capitol attack.
Forbes. Thursday, 25 Feb 2021.
- Navalny's Supporters Hold 'Flashlight' Protests
Following recent mass rallies that saw thousands of detentions, supporters of jailed Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny used light from cell phones, flashlights, and candles as a new form of protest. ...
Radio Liberty. Sunday, 14 Feb 2021.
- In Change Of Tactics, Protesters Use Light To Show Support For Navalny
Following mass rallies that saw thousands of detentions, supporters of jailed Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny have been using light from cell phones, flashlights, and candles as a new form of protest.
Radio Liberty. Sunday, 14 Feb 2021.
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