LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Nevada's hands-free cell phone law may have more of us using Bluetooth technology to talk.
A Rip-Off Alert from the Better Business Bureau -- hackers are answering with a scam called "Bluebugging."
Here's how it works: Specialized software can hack into your device so the scammers have access to texts, contacts, photos -- everything on your phone.
From here, they can make expensive calls.
Celebrities and politicians may be targeted for their photos.
Tips: Set up a difficult pin number for your phone so hackers can't crack it.
Switch your device into a "not discoverable" mode when you're not using it -- that switches it off. And get those security updates frequently.