First photo of extension cord that killed teen who died taking a bath while using cellphone

A teen in New Mexico was electrocuted while using her cell phone that was charging through an extension cord in the bathtub, police said.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/17/first-photo-extension-cord-that-killed-teen-who-died-taking-bath-while-using-cellphone.html

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Original Xbox games might come to PCs eventually, Xbox chief says

Imagine having Halo or Splinter Cell available to play again on your PC or Xbox One. Xbox chief Phil Spencer wants to make it happen.

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T-Mobile wants to help pay off your iPhone — but there's a catch

As the battle for cell phone subscribers wages on between the carriers, T-Mobile has added another arrow to its quiver, encouraging Verizon customers who have an iPhone to switch networks.

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How to make your cell phone self-destruct 'Mission Impossible' style

This cell phone will self-destruct. And so will this battery, this computer chip and a whole spectrum of military electronics – on command – just like a real life version of that iconic moment in “Mission Impossible.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/09/how-to-make-your-cell-phone-self-destruct-mission-impossible-style.html

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Judge orders WhatsApp blocked throughout Brazil for 2 days

WhatsApp is blocked throughout Brazil following a judicial order requiring cell phone operators in the country to disable the messaging app for 48 hours.

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Ford drivers can tweet while driving with new Sync AppLink social controls

Although texting, tweeting, and even handling your cell phone while driving can be unsafe, and is even illegal in many states, the addition of social media controls on Ford’s Sync AppLink connectivity system could be what’s necessary for safely and legally managing our social accounts while driving.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/29/ford-drivers-can-tweet-while-driving-with-new-sync-applink-social-controls.html

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Apple shows continued interest in fuel cell-powered devices with weeklong battery life

Apple has showed continued interest in using hydrogen fuel cell technology to power its portable devices, echoing a functional iPhone 6 powered by hydrogen that was showcased just last week.

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Police take to social media to warn about 'faux gun' cell phone case

Why has a cell phone case been causing a stir on social media, lately? According to some law enforcement officials, a case that looks like a gun is a dangerous product. On Tuesday, New Jersey State Police posted images of the “faux gun cell phone case” to their Instagram and Facebook accounts.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/07/01/police-take-to-social-media-to-warn-about-faux-gun-cell-phone-case/

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There are secret cell towers in London that fool phones into giving up private call data

In a report published by Sky News, evidence is shown that fake cell towers are being used in London, which have the ability to eavesdrop on calls and collect additional communications data.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/06/10/there-are-secret-cell-towers-in-london-that-fool-phones-into-giving-up-private/

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DOJ to review secret cell phone tracking programs, reveal information on usage

The United States Department of Justice has reportedly decided that the use of controversial cell phone tracking devices –?widely known as “stingrays” –?by its agencies must be more closely monitored, and is preparing to launch an extensive internal review while publicly revealing more details about the secret programs.



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