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Yesterday, I took the decision of selling off my old cell phone. I took the first opportunity to visit sellcell.com. I have memorized the names of majority of the prominent mobile phone recyclers from different sources such as television adverts, etc. Despite this, I prefer visiting SellCell, as it is the only place where I can know what each company is offering, with just a few clicks of the mouse. This saves me both effort and time in searching for the best deals.
O2 thinks ‘Possibly’ might be the conclusion.
A microprocessor manufacturer named Broadcom has introduced a new kind of dual-core CPUs to be utilised in affordable Android devices.
That’s what the company hopes while announcing a few planned innovations. Camera phone with optical zoom is one of their radical innovations.
According to the International Telecommunications Union, the number of cell phone subscriptions around the world numbers at about five billion for 2010. When considering the carbon footprint left by discarded and obsolete cell phones, that number has significant impact upon the Earth’s environmental health.
Christmas is a prime time for new gadgets – with people willing to spend a bit extra for that new smartphone, latest tablet, or other electronic gadget. But while it is great fun to receive such wonderful gifts, it means that this time of year more than most is a time of great e-waste. And […]
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According to a report by Business Wire, the relationship Americans have with their cell phones rivals that which they have with friends and family – but the attachment is much shorter-lived.
In a report by the Electronics Take Back Coalition, it was estimated that 126.3 million cell phones were put into the trash while only 14 million were recycled. That’s a recycling rate of 10% – and it is not very good. It was also pointed out that 68% of American consumers stockpile unwanted electrical equipment in their homes. The question is why?