A Chinese thief did the unexpected by sending a printed copy of a stolen phone’s contact list to the phone’s owner.
Is there such a thing as a perfect selfie phone, dahlings?
Like many people, you probably go through your e-mail and social media accounts even before you get out of bed. Then you head off to the office, where you’ll be working with a computer for the rest of the day.
I was the coolest kid in class the day I got my Nokia 3310. My classmates clambered all over each other just to get a glimpse of my gadget. They oohed and aahed at the tiny LCD screen, the slick silver keys and the handsome blue trim. I even heard audible gasps when I played the now-iconic Nokia ringtone.
The cellphone you’re using right now will someday have the power of a personal computer. That’s the promise behind the unflagging leaps and bounds of
There was a time when ownership of a cellphone by any member of the family disqualified a student from getting a University of the Philippines