T Mobile 5G tower with ratchet strap supporting older 3G cabling to tower (l) T-Mobile sign on building (c) man holding T Mobile tower cabling (r)

‘It’s just flopping around’: T-Mobile accused of using flimsy ratchet straps on 5G cell towers

'I mean, this is heavy freaking stuff here, and it’s just floating around in the wind'

On Oct 7, 2022 by Braden Bjella

AT&T payment screen (l) AT&T storefront (c) 'Activity since last bill' screen with caption 'Why is it that much?' (r)

‘Everyone told me my bill was going to be $120’: Woman receives $6,000 surprise bill from AT&T

'I spent 1.5 hour on the phone with customer service crying.'

On Aug 30, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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‘A 40-year-old man walked up to me’: Woman AirDrops her number to ‘hot’ stranger. She ends up meeting up with someone else

'Never using airdrop again.'

On Aug 24, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins

woman speaking in car pointing right (l) iPhone on windshield of car (c) woman speaking in car hand on ear (r)

‘Don’t touch it’: Woman finds iPhone on her windshield, sparking debate about whether it’s safe to answer it

'Leave it on the ground and go on about your day.'

On Aug 11, 2022 by Braden Bjella

Face ID recognition symbol and caption 'Face ID' on blue to darker blue ombre background (l) woman speaking in tank top (c) Finger print identification symbol caption 'Place your thumb on the home button' pink to purple ombre background (r)

Public defender says cops can use your FaceID to unlock your iPhone in viral TikTok. Is that true?

Courts are torn about whether biometric data is protected by the Constitution.

On Apr 19, 2022 by Claire Goforth

family sitting under pavilion outside caption 'When our sister died we made her phone her headstone because she was always on it' (l) Phone headstone up close shows messages from females family (c) Family sisters posing with headstone caption'When our sister died we made her phone her headstone because she was always on it' (r)

Gen Zer’s headstone made into a phone because she ‘was always on it’

'Y’all couldn’t even make it full battery.'

On Apr 16, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg

young woman in car with caption 'Goes to the police station to retreive my lost phone' (l&c) glitched young woman in car with caption 'gets arrested and charged with a felony' (r)

TikToker says she was charged with a felony after going to the police station to retrieve her lost phone

'Well that escalated quickly.'

On Apr 12, 2022 by Braden Bjella

young woman with toothpick in mouth and caption 'it's come to my attention a lot of y'all don't know about this' (l) same young woman with caption 'just wait please wait' (c) same young woman with caption 'success! scam block is now turned on. to turn off dial #632#'

‘A lot of y’all don’t know about this’: TikToker shares alleged hack to block spam calls

'And just like that, spam calls are blocked. You’re welcome.'

On Feb 11, 2022 by Laiken Neumann

Cellular phones in boxes.

The account for Freedom Phone, an anti-big tech smartphone for conservatives, is still tweeting from an iPhone

It's not a good look.

On Jan 19, 2022 by Claire Goforth

Video shows TikToker tracking down a woman and bringing out her stolen phone from her purse

‘You stole it!’: TikToker tracks phone only to find it in woman’s purse (updated)

The woman appears shocked that the phone is in her purse, saying, 'Weird!'

On Sep 29, 2021 by Samira Sadeque

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Nick Fuentes tells followers who took part in Capitol riot to destroy their cellphones

'Is that legal to say?'

On Jan 16, 2021 by Zachary Petrizzo

family find college student killed after tracking her on iphone

Family tracks missing college student through iPhone to find her killed

They found her dead in a car alongside the body of an unknown man.

On Jan 2, 2021 by Eilish O'Sullivan

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro next to a tweet

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro thinks her phone is being censored—but it’s just a texting fail

The conservative figure thinks her texts are being altered by big tech.

On Nov 29, 2020 by Mikael Thalen

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Teen dies by suicide after shattering the family smartphone he used for online classes

The case is among many highlighting the gap in access to education.

On Oct 28, 2020 by Edward Medeles

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Problem unlocking your iPhone with a face mask on? Apple plans to fix that

A new iOS update will make it easier for face mask-wearers to unlock their iPhones.

On Apr 30, 2020 by Allyson Waller