Floridians Continue To Pull Plug On Landlines In Favor Of Cellphones, InternetState report reveals residents and businesses are continuing to get rid of telephone landlines as they turn to cellphones and internet.
FAA Relaxes Rules For Electronics On PlanesGovernment safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.
Cell Phone Thieves Hit North Miami Beach StoreA North Miami Beach cell phone store was burglarized early Saturday morning after a pick-up truck was driven through the front of the shop according to North Miami Beach Police.
Prepaid Cellphone Plans Can Pay Off For IndividualsPaying-as-you go can pay off handsomely for some smartphone users. According to one estimate, some consumers could save as much as $1,000 over two years by opting for a prepaid or month-to-month plan, instead of a contract plan.
Wireless Providers To Disable Stolen PhonesThe government wants to stop people from using your smartphone if it's ever stolen.
AT&T Repairs End S. Florida Cell Phone GlitchFor the second time this year, users of AT&T's wireless service in South Florida found their service interrupted Friday, in what a company spokesperson said was an outage affecting people from Broward County to Key West. Service was mostly restored about 3 p.m.
Mobile Study: Verizon Scores Best In Miami Carrier TestSouth Floridians will have the fastest downloads if they go with Verizon, but will have the most reliable data transfers with AT&T, according to wireless carrier rankings by RootMetrics.