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  • Development Of Cell Phone And Its Uses
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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 ...
  • Introduction Of Cell Phones
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    New inventions have always changed society not only technically, but socially. The introduction of cellular phones is no different. These recent gadgets have found its way into our everyday lives. We carry it around, keeping it close to us in case we miss an important call or just any call. We feel safer with it on us, we can connect with people even while we are driving down an empty road. But, what else shows that cellular phones have affected us socially / culturally ? - A simple Google searc...
  • Cell Phones On The Planes
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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...
  • Gel Cell For Their Kids
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    Introduction: The new Gel Cell by Alcatel is a mobile phone for specified markets. It is very small, the gel is the actual battery, it comes in many colours, and the most important factor is that it is disposable. It has been developed because of the large demand to produce new products in the over saturated mobile phone market. It is a new product with an unfamiliar concept; therefore the advertising campaign is key to the success of the Gel Cell. This part of the plan is the creative brief. Th...
  • Amount Of Cell Phone Radiation
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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 Industry
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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 up...
  • Cell Phone Radiation Concerns
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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 energ...
  • My Cell Phone
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    A Practical Application Of Interpreted Emersonian AndA Practical Application Of Interpreted Emersonian And Thoreauvian Concepts Life at It's Simplest A Practical Application of Interpreted Emersonian and Thoreauvian Concepts Due to a variety of coincidental circumstance, I have recently found myself in the position to write a paper exploring the practical application of Emersonian and Thoreauvian concepts in modern society. As a college student in a metropolitan city, I'm witness to the everyday...
  • Cellular Phone
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    Many people don? t know the severity of talking on a cellular phone while driving down a road full of traffic. There are so many men and women that come across people's path while driving, who are holding up a phone stuck to their ears. The careless drivers are usually the ones one the phone which they take part of a business, and are on the phone trying t close off a sale, or just someone who is having a normal conversation where they can? t wait until they get home to use the phone. Accidents ...

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