U.S. Regulators Issue Official Recall Of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7U.S. regulators are issuing an official recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 phone because of the risk that its batteries can explode or catch fire.
Consumers Urged To Power Down, Stop Using Samsung Galaxy Note 7The Consumer Product Safety Commission on Friday said anyone with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 should power down their device and quit using it.
Samsung Stops Galaxy Note 7 Sales After Battery ExplosionsSome buyers reported their phones caught fire or exploded while charging, and Samsung said it had confirmed 35 such cases, caused by faulty batteries.
Seen At 11: Your Smart TV Could Be Hearing EverythingWhen you watch television, your TV set might be watching back with new technology that can virtually see or hear what’s going on in your home.
Crime Data Shows iPhone 'Kill Switch' Cuts TheftsApple's addition of a "kill switch'' to its iPhones last September has sharply reduced robberies and thefts, authorities said Thursday.
Disconnect Seen Between Smartphone Industry, Schneiderman Over Anti-Theft AgreementThe companies have agreed to provide a free preloaded or downloadable anti-theft tool on smartphones sold in the U.S. after July 2015.
Cops: Suspect Biked Past Woman, Swiped Cell Phone From Her HandsThe NYPD has asked the public for help in locating a suspect wanted in connection with a grand larceny that took place in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn.
Schneiderman, San Francisco DA Announce Plan To Fight Smartphone TheftsThe top prosecutors in San Francisco and New York have announced the formation of a nationwide initiative and coalition to battle a surge in smartphone thefts.
Schneiderman To Host 'Smartphone Summit' To Combat Rise In TheftsSan Francisco District Attorney George Gascon and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Wednesday announced the June 13 meeting with some of the nation's largest smartphone makers. The meeting will be held in Schneiderman's New York City office.
Schneiderman Seeks Help To Curb Cell Phone Thefts New York state's attorney general asked smartphone makers on Monday to do more to protect consumers from violent street crimes known as "Apple picking,'' or cellphone thefts.