As the number of cell phone users rises in the USA, the way we dispose of our old cells becomes increasingly important. Of course, we should never throw them away; cell phones are e-waste – toxic waste – and can cause a lot of damage if not disposed of properly. There are a few different […]
The scandal over the hacking of used cell phones by journalists involved with Rupert Murdoch’s media empire is refusing to lie down and go away – and sources are speculating that the media magnate himself could end up in the firing line. News International, the United Kingdom subsidiary of Murdoch’s empire, handed 2007 emails to […]
Ghana is close to finalizing laws that will prevent the importation of electronic waste such as old cell phones into the country. The Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, Ms Sherrey Ayittey, says that her department is currently working with two different ministries in order to ensure the law regarding electronic waste such as used […]
Ford has become the first automobile manufacturer to publically back the introduction of a nationwide ban of people using new and old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle. Rep Carolyn McCarthy, D-N Y, last month proposed legislation to make the use of cell phones while driving a crime in all states across the US, […]
For photographers and would-be photographers out there who carry an iPhone, this should prove interesting and perhaps even useful news: a new gadget has been released that allows people to use their Canon and Nikon lenses with their iPhones.
The elements needed to make used cell phones can be found in abundance on the ocean floor, according to Japanese scientists.
Gurgaon is in desperate need of a system to recycle old cell phones and other forms of electronic waste, according to a new report.
Singer Sri Lanka has long had a reputation as being one of the corporate citizens that is most environmentally conscious in the whole of Sri Lanka.
How do used cell phones affect the parent – child relationship? That is the question which a new study set out to discover.
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.