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Have you lived in the bulky mobile phone era. At that times you would need a bag to carry your so called “handheld” device with dialing being the only option. But now things have radically changed. Our smartphones almost everything we need in hand. See how cell phones have evolved over the last 40 years.
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Learn how to become the lifeguard of your dying cell phone and rescue it from drowning by following 7 simple yet promising practices.
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It is estimated that only 50% of the fatal car crashes with evidence that cell phone distraction was the cause, are officially attributed to cell use. This situation considerably distorts the national fatal crash reports and misleads the public about the real extent of the problem.
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Most of us use a cell phone. Some of us cannot even separate from that as if it was an inborn hand extension. All of us have heard rumors of lurking health risks go about. This report outlines the way people use cell phones and highlights the results of studies that correlate mobile phone technology with various health issues.
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The majority of smartphone users are devoted to their devices feeling anxiety being even on meter far from them. But what are their traits, their habits, their attitude? Hot stuff for online marketers.
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Have a quick view on the timeline of mobile technology evolution and the utilization in marketing with milestones starting from its infancy in 19th and 20th century.
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Where are you mobile manners? This report denotes our cell phone addiciton – especially among youngs – and the combined mobile overdoing, arising awareness about rude behaviour and medium abusement.
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They sound valuable due to scarcity but that’s not truth. Rare metals are feeding the high-tech blossom. Now it’s obvious how the story goes…
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Keep your eyes on the road! Distracted driving accidents often end in tragedy. Some surprising facts about cellphone usage on driving and tips to get your head knotted on the wheel.
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An experiment that took place at fenway Park proves that network traffic jams happen despite the aparent signal strength displayed and affect the quality of phone services.