• Microfone Cell Phone
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    MICROFONE INC.' O Introduction If you have been keeping up to date with the news than you already know that people are accusing cell phones of causing car accidents. People say they are unsafe and distracting to drivers. Georgia is trying to pass a law that will ban the use of cell phones while driving a vehicle, because of the accidents and safety. Florida has had this law for several years now, and from past experience, when the law was passed our company sales decreased. Consumers did not wan...
  • Cell Phone Evolution Good And Bad
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    Cell Phone Evolution: Good and Bad Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the world has become a smaller and faster place. The time used to travel to far distances has decreased. The growth of new technologies, traveling and communicating has become simple daily tasks for many people. Through the growth of global communication, people have become closer to others across the globe, and business has gone world wide. One invention that came along with the technological revolution is the ...
  • Mobile Phones Cell Phone
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    The Mobile Revolution Rakesh Mohan H allenBy March 2004 the total number of cell phone users in India exceeded 3 crores. Experts call it a mobile revolution. People from all walks of life, of all ages use them. They carry it in their hands, pockets or purses. One can find advertisements related to cell phones anywhere: roads, newspapers, and television. Theoretically one can contact a person carrying a mobile (cell phone) anywhere, anytime. But few are aware of the technology that makes it poss...
  • Cell Phone Use On Airlines Is A No
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    WHY AIRLINE CELL PHONE USE IS A NO NO Everyone is warned from the flight attendant not to use electronic devices during takeoff and landing, and not to use cell phones anytime on a plane. Even there is no hard proof that cell phones and other electronic devices pose safety risks on an aircraft, airlines suggest these electronic should be viewed as potentially hazardous and the source of an unacceptable risk to aircraft operations. (web) The cell phones should be banned on their use as a precauti...
  • Should Cell Phones Be Outlawed While Driving
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    Even though I don't personally own a cell phone, I have at one time. I've noticed that talking on a cellular phone while driving doesn't make it hard to be distracted. It only takes a second for a car to drift off the road or into another lane and crash. A study recently published in the Journal of American College Health looked at the association between near-accidents and accidents among college students and talking on a cell phone while driving. The paper was written by Dong-Chul Seo, a lectu...
  • Jhcp Stock Analysis Report
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    JHCP CO. STOCK ANALYSIS REPORT Dear Investor: New York City, NY. Based J. Holla Cell phone CO. is rapidly emerging as one of America's most respected manufacturers and distributors of precision made cell phone products. Low cost cell phones for application in business, commercial, and consumers cell phone markets nationwide. JHCP is posting exceptional revenue gains while implementing a host of new and refined core strategies that have successfully eliminated over $ 9 million in corporate debt,...
  • Cell Phones Phone Radio City
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    Digital cell phone from Nokia Millions of people in the United States and around the world use cellular phones. They are such great gadgets -- with a cell phone, you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere! These days, cell phones provide an incredible array of functions, and new ones are being added at a breakneck pace. Depending on the cell-phone model, you can: Store contact information Make task or to-do lists Keep track of appointments and set reminders Use the built-in ca...
  • Cingular Raises At T Wireless Bid
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    This article is about Cingular Wireless and Vodafone Group's bids to buy out AT&T Wireless. Cingular and Vodafone are arch rivals and are both trying to buy out AT&T Wireless. As of right now the second largest U. S. cell phone group Cingular, bid for AT&T is $38 billion dollars, and the world's largest mobile phone group Vodafone, is expected to at least meet the offer. AT&T is apparently hurting financially because of a fourth quarter loss of nearly 40% of its customers. Vodafone already owns...
  • Rat Race Cell Phone
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    Ah, "the rat race." A term used so often to describe the frantic way of living people are in to gain success. It's also something our economy thrives off of. You wouldn't think so, but it's true. That's why I chose it to be my essay topic. It's that need to get to work in the morning to spend yet another day kissing butt and working like a dog so maybe just maybe you " ll be able to have enough money to live on. Until of course you " re on your way home and see the cutest little thing in the st...
  • Cell Phone Driving Phones Ground
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    Introduction: Picture this, you " re driving and the person in front of you is completely oblivious to what's going on, and your thinking, what is this person doing. You pull up next to them and look, and see that they are engaged in a full conversation on their cell phone. Then all of a sudden you look in your review mirror and this person behind you is about to rear end you. What do you know, the person is on the cell phone too. Or maybe this, you " re driving by yourself and you " re listeni...
  • Radiation On Human Cells
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    All scientists agree that cell phone radiation and its affect are something to look after [6]. Although cell phone companies insist that there product are safe, the critics fight that this is precisely what the tobacco companies said before its was widely accepted that smoking is a direct factor of lung cancer[3]. All cell phones emit some kind of electromagnetic radiation. When using a cell phone, both sending and receiving calls emit a tiny amount of energy. The cell phone emits non-ionizing ...
  • Cell Phone Phones Camera People
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    A co-employee of mine, Richard, is deep into cell phones. Everyday, He spends what seems like hours on his phone; talking, text- messaging, playing games, surfing the web, and blasting the latest radio hit as a polyphonic ring tone. At first, I was amused. "Wow! You mean that I can check my e-mail, and chat with my friends on AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) at the same time, no matter where in the world I may be?" I asked. He briefly replied "Yep!" My second response was "Amazing! I can't believe i...
  • Cell Phone Driving Study Phones
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    To talk or not to talk? That is the question. The debate on whether or not to ban cell phones while driving has been ping-ponged back and forth for the past decade. The devices once thought of only as props on the set of Star Trek, are now in use by over 95 million people in America alone. Many politicians and public safety officials have accused cell phones of being a leading factor in the increasing number of automobile accidents. But are they? It is very easy to manipulate statistical informa...
  • Cell Phone Break Down
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    Have you ever been away from home, knowing, the outrageously gorgeous girl, you met last week, promised you, she would be calling you back today at six, on the dot! , you don't have a mobile cell phone, so she would be calling you at your house. Well it's about five fifteen, you " re still away at the mall with your family, just finishing up, with some great bargains, on some new clothes and video games. Yeah that's cool, but all of this can wait. I need to be home. I really don't want to miss h...
  • Cell Phone Privacy View Customer Tracking
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    Cell Phone Tracking Raises Privacy Issues In the article "Cell Phone Tracking Raises Privacy Issues", it talks about how people are looking into making cell phone companies that provide services able to know where their customers are at all the time. In my opinion there are three ways to look at this situation: the company's view, the customer's view and an outsiders view. I'm going to try to see it form all sides. The company's view that is the hardest to see. Tracking the customer you would be...
  • Persuasive Speech On Cell Phones Cell Phone Distracts Drivers
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    Introduction: My mother has told me stories about being stuck on the side of the road and being scared to death because she had no way to get in touch with anyone instead she simply waited and hoped that somebody stop and give her ride to home and now whenever she mentions this incidents she always says I wish I had a cell phone that time. Last year I took my driver's license, next day she went a bought me a cell phone. Establishment of ethos: Being a student and away from home, I know the benef...
  • Cell Phone Language One High
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    Surveillance technology has improved greatly since the 1960's when federally mandated bank cameras could not even capture the movements of people. The first documented instance of police surveillance was in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1966. After five years, the system was credited with only two arrests and was dismantled. The advent of digital technologies in the 1990 s has improved picture quality and made offsite monitoring through the Internet much easier. Still, analysts are most often called u...
  • The Sociological Impact Of Cell Phone Use
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    Roughly 15 years ago a new product emerged onto the market. American consumers could now purchase and use telephones that would travel with them in their automobiles. However, these inventions were large, bulky, the size of a briefcase, and weighed roughly 10 pounds. Modern day Americans have found a place in their everyday lives for this once jaw-dropping invention. Americans have also demanded, and received, adjustments to these mobile telephones. Today it is possible to purchase mobile phone...
  • Cell Phones Phone Driving Drivers
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    Cell Phone Regulations are not needed Full commercial use of the cell phone in the United States began in 1983. Today an estimated 80 million people own cell phones and surveys indicated that 85% of these owners use them while driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that at any given time during day house 500, 000 passenger vehicles drivers, or 30% of all such drivers are using a cell phone. How are we supposed to regulate use? Ninety-one percent of Americans believ...
  • Cell Phone Radiation Phones Brain Ionizing
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    Hazards of Mobile Cell Phone Radiation In 1994, there were 16 million cell phone users in the U. S. alone. As of July 2002, there were more than 150 million in the U. S, and over 750 million worldwide. The word radiation is often thought of as referring to the emanations from radioactive materials and X-rays. However, when scientists use the word radiation, they are usually referring to the electromagnetic radiation (EMR). Electromagnetic radiation consists of waves of electric and magnetic ene...