So yesterday, we announced the news about the ban on cell phone use while driving that was passed by Canyon, TX. Today, more details are coming in that explain a little more about what will be happening to drivers caught using their cell phones while on the road.
It's about freaking time a city in the Texas Panhandle stepped up and did this! Now I'm not saying anything, but I totally knew that Canyon, TX would be the first city in the area to pass a ban on using devices while driving. Because the cops there have absolutely nothing to do but pull people over for going 1mph over the speed limit. I'm sure there is a meth-lab somewhere in Canyon, but that's
Peeping toms, perverts, and wannabe superheroes rejoice! Researchers at the University of Texas – Dallas have designed an imager chip that could turn mobile phones into devices that can see through walls, wood, plastics, paper and other objects.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says wireless resources are not infinite.
In fact, the smartphones to which we’re all so addicted are gobbling so much bandwidth that as early as next year, we could be paying more for our service — not to mention seeing slower data speeds and an increase in dropped calls.
It wasn’t so long ago that all you could do on a cell phone is make or receive calls.
Now these amazing mini-computers will tell you where you are, where you need to go, and provide you a movie to watch while you get there. Spouses, on the other hand, more or less have the same abilities as they’ve always had.
Statistics are showing more and more that cell phone use in cars is a leading cause of accidents. In fact, some research has shown that driving while distracted causes more deaths than driving while under the influence. But, would you buy a new device that prevents you from ever using your cell phone in your car?