He said passing the motion would be a bold statement by the Botswana Parliament that stealing a cell phone
did not pay and that Parliament was committed to protecting Batswana.
What is the incidence of cell phone
use during class time by students and faculty teaching in graduate education programs?
only uses Apple-certified replacement screens to fix broken glass on the iPhone 3G.
companies have records of every phone call, every text message, every photo or video message sent from and to cell phones
The number of used cell phones
is growing by 130 million each year, according to Earthworks, yet EPA notes that only about 20 percent of unwanted phones are recycled annually.
To date, he has collected 4,000 cell phone
numbers, which is not quite 25 percent of the total student enrollment.
Jitterbug cell phones
can't send text messages, browse the Internet, or snap pictures.
A cell phone
could easily replace a credit card, since it can encrypt personal and financial details far more efficiently than a magnetic strip.
It took cell phone
service more than 35 years to become commercially available in the United States.
are used by personnel both for private communication and instead of traditional pagers.
Hong Kong not only has the highest cell phone
market penetration in Asia, but it also has the highest ownership numbers of cell phones
by children in Asia.
A lot of people are doing away with their home phones and they don't realize that their cell phone
is not traceable.