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Career Watch: Creative Excuses for tardiness

Business professionals sometimes come up with less-than-professional reasons for being late to the office, according to a poll. Did the dog eat your cell phone, too?

San Francisco approves cell phone radiation law

The city of San Francisco voted on Tuesday to require all retailers to display the amount of radiation cell phones emit

US gov’t criticizes texting/phoning while driving study

Laws banning cell phone use, including texting, while driving apparently don't result in actually reducing vehicle crashes, according to a new study that was immediately criticized by the U.S. Department of Transportation as "irresponsible."

Round Table: 2009 in the rearview mirror, Pt. 1

At the end of 2009, IT World's editorial staff sat down and rehashed the significant stories of the year. In the first of this five-part series, we focus on competition in the wireless and mobile markets

Danger: facts ahead

We are, apparently, just not safe enough and we need more warning labels. It's only reasonable. We have warning labels on food, cigarettes, airbags in cars, gas cans, water heaters, children's toys, you name it. But there are some notable, and very worrying, areas where warnings don't exist yet.

Cell phone cancer warning proposed by Maine

A Maine state legislator wants cell phones in the state to carry labels warning of brain cancer risks due to electromagnetic radiation. And the proposal could come up for debate and vote in early 2010.

Greener recharging with Toshiba

The Dynario charger from Toshiba can power cell phone batteries by producing electricity from methanol, water and air

Danger Inc.: living up to its name

The loss by a Microsoft subsidiary of information from T-Mobile users shows how secure and reliable some cloud services are

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