Hercules Swart is one person who will likely never have a bad word to say about his cell phone.
Sales of electronic goods such as old cell phones across countries such as India and China and continents such as Latin America and Africa are expected to rapidly increase over the course of the next ten years
In the United States alone, there are approximately half a billion cell phones either in landfills or sitting in drawers gathering dust. Thankfully, more people are becoming aware of the toxic consequences of actually throwing away their cell phones, but in many cases that just means that people hang onto their old phones forever.
A new ban on using a new or old cell phone while operating a motor vehicle begins this weekend in Nevada in the United States. The new law officially kicks in on the 1st of October, though police will only issue warnings rather than fines until the beginning of next year, in a bid to allow motorists time to get used to the new law before dishing out punishments
The Huawei Impulse 4G is a smartphone designed for the consumer on a budget. It offers some of the high-end features that users want to see in a phone, but these are not fully implemented to the latest modern standards. It is designed for use on the HSPA+ network available from AT&T.
Scam artists are targeting owners of new and old cell phones throughout Kentucky in the United States. Bogus text messages are being sent to cell phone users by criminals who are aiming to try and scam them out of their credit card information.
Samsung Electronics announced yesterday that it has signed software deals with both Microsoft and Intel as the company, which is the second biggest maker of cell phones in the entire world, begins to strengthen its mobile software push.
The New York City subway switched on its first cell phone antennas yesterday, with subscribers to AT&T and T-Mobile now able to surf the internet and make calls from underground corridors and platforms at up to six stations in Manhattan’s Chelsea section.
Once upon a time there were snap bracelets which were capable of being flat one moment, yet then wrap around your wrist in a similar manner to a watch.
It’s a scenario that has been played out in numerous science fiction novels, TV series and movies – the man from the past who arrives in a future world where technology has moved on so far that it is terrifyingly incomprehensible to him.