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.
A new research study conducted by Harris Poll has discovered that Americans are increasingly using their handheld cell phones to do much more than merely make voice calls. Instead, a full fifth of all adult cell phone owners indicated that they have used their phone to buy something online during the previous 12 months. This […]
A new Harris Poll, which was commissioned by Placecast, has shown that Americans are eagerly adopting new and old cell phones for the purpose of shopping rather than making calls or texting. The poll shows that 20 percent of all adult cell phone users in the United States have used their phones to make a […]
The term ‘Manassas’ is probably most well-known across the United States as the site of not one but two significant Civil War battles, ones that are called by the phrase ‘Bull Run’ in the North.
Damning cell phone images have emerged of a female student being brutally assaulted by another girl with a combination lock at Thurgood Marshall High School.
Electronic waste handling rules in India, which came into effect from this Tuesday, will make little difference at a ground level because there is no guideline or monitoring mechanism in place, according to environmental group Toxics Link.
Rules intended to reduce the use of hazardous materials in electronic and electrical equipment by placing the onus of the management of electronic waste onto manufacturers came into force in India yesterday with guidelines being issued by the Central Pollution Board.