The response to the disposal of electronic waste from residents of the city of Indore in India has been lackluster at best over the course of the ten days since the new rules were implemented, despite the fact that such waste has emerged as one of the biggest threats to the environment.
Americans love their cell phones, but one thing they definitely do not love is the growing ‘bill shock’ that they may experience when they open up their monthly statements.
As a part of its ongoing attempt to take the message of a green and clean Bahrain to the next generation, Zain Bahrain has extended its electronic waste campaign to the students at the British School of Bahrain.
A cell phone thief was in the wrong place at the wrong time when his stolen device rang whilst police were questioning him and the voice on the other end was that of none other than the legitimate owner.
A survey of 16 to 21 year olds across the United States by Consumer Reports has revealed that 48 per cent of them have witnessed one of their parents using their cell phones while driving a motor vehicle, while 15 per cent claim to have seen their mother or father texting while behind the wheel.
The NAB has been excited by the results of a new Harris Interactive poll that shows the support for new and old cell phones to become capable of receiving terrestrial radio is on the rise.
Cell phones have become more and more technologically advanced over the course of the passing years, with the great majority of people using their new and old cell phones for far more tasks than just talking to someone including surfing the web, taking photographs, checking email, texting and even playing games.
Flight 93 National Memorial visitors will now be able to make use of their new and old cell phones in order to tour the site in southwestern Pennsylvania, according to officials.
New and old cell phones, particularly smart-phones that have access to the internet, are now not so much as communication devices as full-blown problem solvers, according to the new report from the Internet & American Life project of the Pew Research Center.
Electronic waste is not a bad thing if handled in the proper manner, as evidence of such waste in a nation is indicative of growth, according to Ulze van Wyk, the managing director of Africa e-waste.