Written by administrator on November 28th, 2012
Cell Phone Users More Interested in Snapping Pics, Texting Than Calls
News from PC Magazine:
About 85 percent of Americans now own a cell phone, but most are using the gadgets for more than just making calls, according to a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
The majority of adult Americans turn to their cell phone to take a picture (82 percent), send or receive text messages (80 percent), access the Internet (56 percent), and send or receive email (50 percent).
Cell phone photography is the most popular activity, Pew said, though it hasn’t seen the same type of growth in the past five years as some other features. As of 2010, 76 percent of people used their phone to snap pictures, a 6 percent increase in the la…………… continues on PC Magazine
Defense attorney tried for allegedly letting client use cellphone
News from Chicago Tribune:
November 27, 2012|By Jason Meisner, Chicago Tribune reporter
Lawyer Sladjana Vuckovic, a volunteer for First Defense Legal Aid for nearly 10 years, faces a 15-year sentence and possible disbarment if convicted. (Terrence Antonio James, Tribune photo)
Timothy Herring was under arrest in the slayings of a Chicago police officer and another man two years ago when a police lieutenant leading the investigation heard something as he walked past the locked interrogation room where Herring was meeting…………… continues on Chicago Tribune
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