Less than a month after the World Health Organization declared that there is a possible link between the use of new and old cell phones with the development of brain cancer, another prestigious panel of scientific experts have also confirmed their evaluation.
It may be law in South Africa that makes the dumping of waste such as used cell phones and other electrical gadgets an illegal act, but that is unlikely to do much good if the great majority of companies in the country are unaware that there even is such legislation.
A thief who stole a woman’s cell phone that contained the only images she had of her deceased infant daughter while at a cemetery has been held on a cash bail of 5000 US dollars.
Reading reviews of the soon-to-be released Motorola XT883 gives us some insight into the appearance and function of the upcoming DROID 3 and Milestone 3.
Yet another example of the deadly link between fatal accidents and distracted driving caused by having used cell phones while in operation of a vehicle has been provided by a fatal crash between a barge and a tour boat which killed two people and endangered 35 others.
The problems associated with many old cell phones – such as dropped calls, poor reception and even blackout areas
Junior high school students have successfully made it a crime for drivers to use new or old cell phones while engaged in the operation of a motor vehicle in Wisconsin Rapids in the United States.
In February, Steven Elop, the CEO at Nokia, announced that the company was teaming up with Microsoft and would be adding Windows Phone 7 based SmartPhones to their repertoire.
If campfires, human speech and various other strange ideas on how to recharge old cell phones were not enough, a company in the United Kingdom has come up with yet another wacky way to repower the devices.
Consumers might soon be able to recharge their old cell phones while sitting by the campfire… with the heat of the campfire!