The Lifesaver Case immediately dials E911 and transmits crucial information -- no extra interaction with the phone required.
Court order lets Homeland Security obtain precise location data from T-Mobile about customer's movements in real time.
Vote obligates wireless operators to test compliance with location-accuracy rules at local level instead of at statewide level.
Feds slap $2.83 million in fees on Sprint Nextel, Alltel and U.S. Cellular in a move designed to demonstrate the importance of location-sensitive phones for mobile subscribers.
Can first responders find you in an emergency? Don't count on it just yet, despite years of work by wireless providers.
VoIP providers say they're offering enhanced 911 as quickly as possible--but it's no small task.
VoIP operator says all customer 911 calls will include caller's phone number and address, per FCC regulations.
FCC deadline for providing 911 service to all VoIP customers has come and gone, but uncertainty has only begun.
By midnight on Monday, VoIP operators must comply with a new FCC rule requiring them to offer emergency service.