The California Supreme Court has denied a petition to review the decision of an appeals court concerning employer reimbursement of employees' business use of personal mobile phones, according to Melissa Schafer, an attorney with Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP.
While some headline writers have had fun with the recent California Appeals Court decision about employer phone call reimbursement ("Could Ruling Bring Down BYOD"), an analysis of the court's decision suggests a much more limited impact on BYOD.
Frequent mobile phone users are at a higher risk of developing certain types of brain cancer, according to a multi-year study by a French scientists published in the British journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
T-Mobile has announced that they will no longer be offering their land-line replacement service @Home which allowed customers to make wireless VoIP calls over their home broadband connection. Users
The iPhone may have paved the way for consumers to access the Internet via their cell phone, but it will take another 12 years for the cell phone to become the primary gateway to the Internet for
Annoyed with those virtual hamburgers and other cheesy Facebook apps that give you no real world satisfaction? Fear not, the newly-launched BarTab service has engineered a way to turn Facebook