President Trump's Controversial Travel Ban Back In EffectPresident Trump's travel ban goes into effect Thursday. The U.S. Supreme Court reinstated it earlier this week.
US Demands More Security On International Flights To USThe Homeland Security Department is demanding that airlines around the world step up security measures for international flights bound for the United States or face the possibility of a total electronics ban for planes.
TSA Tightening Security Amid Potential Terror Attacks Involving ElectronicsUnder growing fear of potential terrorist attacks on board flights the TSA is tightening up security even more.
British Man Who Led Company Sentenced To 4 Years For FraudA British man who was extradited to the United States with his wife to face fraud charges was sentenced Thursday to four years in federal prison.
Electronic Devices Can Cause Nickel Allergies To Flare UpWe use our electronic devices for all sorts of things – from talking and looking up information to playing games. But the frequent use of such gadgets is actually making some people sick.
BWI Converts Pay Phone Banks To Charging StationsOld technology has given way to new technology at BWI Airport.
FAA Looks To Relax Restrictions On Electronics Usage On PlanesTurning off all your electronic devices during flight takeoff and landing may be a thing of the past. An FAA advisory council is looking to relax some restrictions.
Lined Up For Technology: New iPhone Causes A BuzzPeople all over the world are excited for the new iPhone.
Metro Reporting Spike In Stolen Electronic DevicesMetro Transit Police are reporting a spike in the number of thefts of smart phones and other portable electronic devices.
Let's Face It, QR Codes Are EverywhereDon't have a QR Card Reader App? Try these suggestions.
Washington County Courthouse To Allow Electronics The Washington County Courthouse's ban on electronic devices has been lifted.
Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010Ron Matz talked to Amber Royal about her store "Royal Things" and how she is donating some of the proceeds to the hungry. Jim Barry from the Consumer Electronics Association talked to Don and Marty about hot holiday gadgets.