In order to tackle the growing menace of electronic waste and dispose of it in a scientific manner, the Baroda IT association (BIT) in India organized an exhibition that ran over three days from 17 thru 19 February in Vadodora.
If you primarily think with your left-brain, then there is a very good chance that you make use of your right hand in order to hold your cell phone close to your right ear, a new study conducted by the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit is claiming.
Waterloo Regional Police in Ontario are warning residents to exercise caution after a slew of cell phone robberies that took place over Family Day weekend.
New legislation is to force retailers in Israel to recycle used batteries and accept old electronic equipment, including old cell phones.
The UP Regional Pollution Control Board, also sometimes simply referred to as UPRPCB, of Noida in India is offering to help residents to be able to dispose of their electronic waste in an environmentally friendly fashion rather than selling it off to local scrap dealers.
Nonophobia is the new phobia hitting the headlines, though you may be forgiven for never having heard of it before.
Borneo’s first electronic waste collection centre, which will cost about RM 500,000, is to be constructed in Deshon Road in Sibu in order to try and solve the problem of the indiscriminate dumping of such waste, which includes old cell phones.
Millions of UK residents own Smartphones. Some have gone to great lengths to get their smartphones, including using helpful programmes such as mobile phone recycling to gain a little extra cash after a new phone purchase.
Cell phones have become controversial in recent months because they provide users with the ability to instantly capture still photos and videos as well as communicate rapidly in real time.
People who spend an inordinate amount of their time on their new or old cell phones are likely to be more egocentric than those who do not, according to a preliminary study from the University of Maryland.