How do used cell phones affect the parent – child relationship? That is the question which a new study set out to discover.
This probably won’t come as much of a surprise, but there has been a new study released that says that many of us become overly attached to our cell phones.
Federal agencies in the United States should be given more than 60 million dollars over the course of the next three years in order to help them promote cell phone recycling and the recycling of other electrical items in a bid to prevent them from ending us as landfill.
Residents in Clark County are being urged to add the telephone numbers of their new and old cell phones to the Wide Area Rapid Notification (WARN) Emergency Notification System in the wake of the system’s failure to be able to contact 30 per cent of telephone numbers on Monday.
There is a new social phenomenon in the United States, and that phenomenon has a name – “mobile affinity”. A new study suggests that users of new and old cell phones are becoming attached to their gadgets in an emotional manner normally reserved for actual living things such as pets.
I’ve been reading reviews on the newly-released HP TouchPad, the first tablet form that is up to the task of serving as a laptop replacement for business professionals.
The fact that the use of new or old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle has been illegal in Oahu for two years now does not seem to be impressing drivers, with police officers issuing around 1000 tickets every month throughout the whole of last year and the first six months of 2011.
A woman in Fairhaven in the United States who lost all the photographs she had of her deceased infant daughter after her used cell phone was stolen while she sat at the girl’s graveside has had the phone – complete with photographs – returned to her after nine days.
The City Council in North Platte in the United States is considering putting a tax on used cell phone owners. Councilman Jerry Stoll announced on Tuesday that the City Council is considering making alterations to an existing city ordinance in order to modernize it and put a communications tax on those who use cell phones.
If you read this blog regularly, you will see that I feel pretty strong about using a cell phone when you are driving; particularly when it comes to texting, which makes you take your eyes off the road in order to read and input a message.