Will used cell phones soon be replacing credit cards as a way to pay for goods and services? That is the question major credit card companies may well be asking themselves following the announcement that internet giant Google is set to unleash a new NFC mobile payment technology that will allow consumers to use their cell phones to pay for goods and services.
Cell phones are to put to use helping Kenyans to understand the need for the recycling of used cell phones and other forms of electronic waste in a new bid by the government to try and increase the efficiency of e-waste management in the country.
China has broken world records to become the first country with more than 900 million subscribers to new and old cell phones.
There are unconfirmed reports being made that Google will be holding a press event tomorrow to announce a trial NFC offering in five major US cities
British companies responsible for the recycling of old cell phones and other forms of electronic waste have been blasted for caring more about their profit margins than whether the recycling is actually being carried out in an ethical and responsible manner.
Used cell phones and other forms of electronic waste are not being disposed of properly in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India, resulting in an e-waste problem that is rapidly getting out of control, according to experts.
“A ban on using old new and old cell phones while operating a motor vehicle will come into effect on the first of June in Highland Park in the United States
After a long wait and months of speculation, Motorola’s Droid X2 has been announced by Verizon Wireless and Motorola. The release date is May 26th, with pre-orders available now.
Young people would be more inclined to use their old cell phones to pay for everyday items than older people, according to a new survey
Scientists in Istanbul in Turkey claim that their research proves that the fears about what used cell phones may be doing to our bodies is in fact true, despite industry denials to the contrary.