The E-Cycle law, introduced in Wisconsin on the first of September last year, appears to be paying off. The law banned the dumping of clapped out electronic devices such as old televisions, computers, stereos and old cell phones, in landfills, and trash collectors ceased to pick up such items left out by citizens.
Take a look and see if your phone made the list:
Why not start the year off right by selling off the old cell phone and putting a little bit of extra cash in your pocket?
Here’s something which caught my eye yesterday on Mobiledia; more than one-quarter of the mid-term voters in the USA used their cell phones to communicate about politics. So, how we use our cell phones is becoming of increasing interest to the political world.
If you do not have one of the NVIDIA Tegra 2 powered smartphones, then you are surely missing out on a lot!
Motorola Atrix is believed to be one of the most powerful smartphones manufactured by the company. Although there is a thin line of demarcation between the computer and the latest smartphones these days, but it still cannot be termed as a pocket sized computer.
Three now presents the latest Sony Ericsson gizmo Xperia X8 – your choice in this new year!
You must not underestimate the true worth of your Cell phone, as you never know how important it could be for our planet.
For the last few months, we have been speculating as to whether the version of Android OS that is coming –called Honeycomb – would be an adjusted adaptation of the OS or an absolutely new one. We finally have got the answer to our speculation. Through a press conference by Asus, they have verified that the latest tablet-friendly Android will launch as 3.0 instead of version 2.4 – an indication that the OS is to be absolutely newly written.
The yearly Consumer Electronics Show is to start in Los Angeles soon. It will be a platform for exhibits by many firms, and will be visited by thousands of people. Thus, Korean company LG has thought it appropriate to release its Optimus Black phone at the show.