A recent study conducted and released by the highly regarded Pew Research Center has concluded that one primary way in which Americans access the internet is via their handheld cell phones.
Around 17 percent of all adult owners of new and old cell phones use the devices for browsing on the internet, according to the brand new study conducted by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
At a point in history where Americans have at their disposal more forms of communication than ever before, pollsters are finding it harder and harder to reach potential survey respondents and be able to persuade them to take part in surveys.
Drivers in Cape Town who are caught talking on their new or old cell phones without the use of hands-free devices will have their phones taken from them. From the beginning of July, regardless of whether or not it is a first time offence, drivers will have to wait 24-hours before they can get their […]
David Newman has a point. A good one. Newman serves on the board of the International Solid Waste Association and he recently spoke on the need for better waste disposal, commenting: “We are creating an environmental disaster that developing countries are ignoring at their own peril.” That environmental disaster is based on the leap in […]
Cell phone enthusiasts have become accustom to new releases coming along on a monthly basis or even more frequently.
Officials in Emergency Management are well aware that warnings can help to save lives during extreme weather emergencies such as the likes of tornados.
The boss of the Federal Communications Commission has asked for a review to be made of the agency’s stance when it comes to the issue of radiofrequency energy, which is emitted from new and old cell phones as fears continue to linger that the cellular devices might be responsible for health issues such as brain […]
Cell phones bring with them incredible advantages: the ability to take a call anywhere, anytime, just like Captain Kirk comes to mind but they also do present some challenges, such as the fact that the battery can go dead.
As many as 91 per cent of consumers now support the idea of a cell phone directory, according to a new poll conducted by CellPhoneNumber.com, which had more than 8000 respondents.