The United Nations has moved one step closer to a ban on developed nations exporting electronic waste to the developing world.
A much hyped new scientific which the mainstream media has been happy to claim proves that there is no link between cell phones and the risk of developing brain cancer has been described as “deeply flawed” and attacked as having been set up to create that finding in the first place.
The flow of outdated electronic products to Indonesia, including old cell phones, has not been stemmed despite a recent worldwide pledge to ban exports of toxic waste, according to activists.
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The Alexandria Police Department is planning a crackdown on drivers who are illegally using new or old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle, including those caught texting.
A two-year-old girl is being hailed a hero for saving her mother’s life by using an old cell phone to call for help in Houston in the United States.
Concerns about health and cell phones have been around almost as long as the devices themselves, with periodical scares occurring about possible damage to the nervous system that could result from long-term close-up exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
A young woman was saved from a terrifying attack thanks to her cell phone in Talent in the United States last week.
Designed to be used with the Spring cellular service, the Kyocera Brio is free, as long as users are willing to sign up for a two-year service contract.
To try to prevent electronic waste, including old cell phones, from being broken down by primitive and ultimate dangerous methods of recycling by those outside the formal sector