Scientists have developed an “artificial skin” that they say can wrap around devices such as smartphones and make them ticklish.
The like button and push notifications are considered some of the most toxic elements of social media, according to a new poll.
It takes young people in the UK less than one minute to get annoyed while waiting for phone content to download, research suggests.
Researchers at Nottingham Trent University have developed small solar panels which can be embedded in clothes and used to charge a mobile phone.
Police are appealing for information after a 33 year old man was robbed of a mobile phone.
James Drinnan, 29, of Dens Road, was jailed for 20 months.
The majority of Britons can not make it through dinner at home without checking their phone, such is our addiction to technology, new research from YouGov claims.
Maciej Ziolkowski, 35, of Hilltown, had sentence deferred until later this month after he admitted assaulting his partner.
Radiation from smartphones could be affecting memory performance in teenagers, a new study has warned.
An appeal has been made for the owner of a mobile phone lost in Dundee to come forward.
Mobile phone batteries are believed to have sparked a major blaze at a Perth industrial estate.
Michelle Dillon, 49, of Woodhill Crescent, Irvine, was jailed for six months by Sheriff Alastair Carmichael. Dillon admitted that on May 20, at the Anchor Bar in Broughty Ferry, she stole a mobile telephone and a purse and contents.
Battery maker Energizer has launched a range of long-life smartphones in the UK, some of which it claims can last more than two weeks on a single charge.
A lorry driver was fined £300. Alan Cowie, 49, of Pentland Avenue, admitted using his mobile phone while driving on January 23, at Arbroath Road. Meanwhile, Thomas McGill, 40, of Logie Gardens, was fined £360. He admitted driving without insurance, on December 28 last year, on Gillburn Road.
A thief who stole a mobile phone from Ninewells Hospital had sentence deferred.
Michael Evans, 38, of Bonnethill Court, drove while using his mobile phone then attempted to avoid arrest by giving false details to police.
A man who had more than 50 indecent images of children on his mobile phone had sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Shaun Burke, of Ivanhoe Place, admitted that he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm at Strathern Road on December 2.
It’s been 25 years since the world’s first text message was sent.
Being addicted to smartphones creates a chemical imbalance in the brain linked to depression and anxiety in young people, a study suggests.