Former US astronaut Buzz Aldrin switches off his cellphone before addressing the 'Mission to Mars: My Vision for Space Exploration' talk at the National Press Club in Washington on May 10, 2013.
The Wada test is, however, invasive and risky ... But by looking at how a person uses their cellphone, which side they listen in to, you can get shorthand insight into brain dominance. It's not a foolproof guarantee, but I would say it's a pretty reliable and safe way of going about it.
But the question of cancer risk and cellphone use is very controversial ... We just don't know yet. Much more work needs to be done.
The next question is if this information may help us figure out whether or not cellphone use is associated with cancer riskMore quotes »
Phone firms set ad plan to curb car texting
"rampage" against cellphones since his term began in January 2009, and the government's Distraction.gov site singles out cellphones as the greatest danger among all sources of driver distraction.The number of teens killed or injured as a result of texting Read more »
Cops: Woman robbed after leaving Rockville Centre LIRR station
Police are searching for two men they said attacked a woman as she exited the Long Island Rail Road station in Rockville Centre Sunday night, throwing her to the ground and stealing her cellphone .The victim, identified only as a 36-year-old woman, suffere Read more »
Officers from LI arrest suspect in Queens elevator robberies
a man followed them into the elevator. Once inside, he repeatedly punched one woman in the face, demanding her cellphone and headphones. The other victims then handed over their cellphones, according to the criminal complaint.In addition to the April 20 robberies, Read more »
Subway tunnel cellphone service to be tested
to a request for comment. The MTA declined to comment on the pilot.Meanwhile, officials Thursday announced the completion of cellular and Wi-Fi service at 30 subway stations with even more carriers.Sprint and Verizon are finalizing talks with the MTA to join Read more »
State adds Amber Alerts for cellphone users
danger of death or serious harm," the release said.Though many people may be unaware, wireless users with new or updated phones are already automatically enrolled to receive two other types of no-cost alerts -- those indicating imminent threats, such as hurricanes Read more »