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Smart Phone : An Tool At The Time

- Smart phone is defined as an “internet-capable phone that usually also includes a calendar, an appointment book, and an address book, a calculator, a notepad, games, browser, and numerous other apps” (Vermaat, 2016). The telephone was invented in 1789 by Alexander bell and was a very simple tool at the time. “People didn 't start using the term "Smartphone" until 1995, but the first true smart phone actually made it debut three years earlier in1992. It was called the Simon Personal Communicator, and it was created by IBM more than 15 years before Apple released the iPhone”....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Smartphone]

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Technology: The Invention of The Cell Phone

- Technology has been a part of Americans’ lives for several years and continues to improve. It has given society an easier way to communicate with family and friends with one simple device, the cell phone. A cellular phone is the most common type of technology used by all groups of people including parents, teenagers, and even young children. The number of people who own a cell phone also continues to increase, causing a huge distraction on society. Cell phones seem to own a person as they depend on their phone for almost everything....   [tags: communication, smart phone, apps]

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Drive a Car, Not a Cell Phone

- “When a driver ‘talks and drives’ they are not only putting themselves at risk, they are also putting everyone around them in a dangerous situation” (ComparisonMarket.com). A study conducted last year by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, had cameras placed inside one hundred cars and trucks to track drivers' activities before a dangerous event occurred. Research shows users of cell phones while driving caused far more crashes and near misses than non-users. These statistics do not change even if the hand held device becomes hands free by means of a blue tooth or speaker phone....   [tags: Driving Mobile Phone Use]

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Technology And The Mobile Phone Market

- Today, there are over 6 billion people in the world. Out of those 6 billion people, 4.6 billion people have access to a cell phone/ telecommunication device. Technological advances has allowed the cell phone market to flourish and grow since the late 20th century. In fact, in the last 20 years cell phones have evolved from landlines to smart phones. While there are many effects from the growth of the mobile phone market, it is important to observe and analyze the positive and negative externalities on which the mobile phone market presents to both producers and consumers....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, Internet]

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The Social Repercussions Of The Cell Phone

- ... As a Facebook user for 5 years it is one of my primary forms of communication, whether that be public postings or it’s messenger. The line has begun to blur on how I have come to know these 655 friends. Though it has been a great tool to stay in contact with those I have long last seen, I know some of these people are acquaintances or I have not met in person at all. Yet through social media I know intimate details of their lives; children’s names, location, vacations, anniversary, etc. I would never know these things without social media....   [tags: Mobile phone, Communication, Facebook]

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Mobile Technology Is Not A Smart Phone

- ... Techtarget states that “Carrier-based wireless networks have good link-level security but lack end-to-end upper-layer security. Data sent from the client to an enterprise server is often unencrypted, allowing intruders to eavesdrop on users’ sensitive communications” (TechTarget). What that means is that it is easy for an attacker to eavesdrop on your mobile device because the information being transmitted is not encrypted. That means that if they are eavesdropping, any information being sent to or from that mobile device is theirs for the taking....   [tags: Mobile phone, Bluetooth]

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The Technology Of Cell Phone

- The Technology of Cell Phone There is no doubt that mobile phone has become one of the most important part in people’s daily life. People use it to read the news, pay the bill, and share the interest… Every time when people talking about mobile phones, they hold different opinions, some of them think it’s really convenient to use cell phones, while others think it makes people separate from the real world. In fact, many people enjoy using their phone, but at the same time they are complaining that mobile phone have took their privacy and the freedom away....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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A New Phone

- ... The Galaxy SII is promoted essentially by mocking Apple, and trying to portray getting one of their products as being an unnecessary hassle. It shows that while everyone else is waiting for the new iPhone, you, could already have something technologically superior. The iPhone 4 is said to have poor battery life and not even the fastest speed of internet available on smart phones. They are also depicted as still being under wraps about what will be included on their new phone, so all of these people do not know what they are actually waiting for....   [tags: IPhone, Mobile phone, IPod Touch, Apple Inc.]

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Mobile Phones And The Mobile Phone

- Most people despise their wireless phone carriers; this particular observation is anything but a newsflash. Cellular customers complain about their wireless phones and devices daily without actually making a remote attempt to do a thing about it. The number one most common complaints about cell phones are that they have unbelievably ludicrous price tags. Every cell phone generation gets more “spectacular” and more expensive with each released model under not just one, but every wireless branch. A cell phone alone is pretty costly....   [tags: Mobile phone, Mobile network operator]

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The Problem Of Cell Phone Distraction

- ... Cell phones and other mobile devices need to be avoided because they contain each type of distracted driving. As seen from the graph above, young adults are the biggest age groups that fall victim to texting and driving. In a Virginia Tech Transportation Institute study, out of all drivers who have survived automobile accidents in 2012, eleven percent admit to to sending and or receiving a text message upon crashing. That means a little over one in every ten car crashes could be prevented simply by not texting while driving....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Automobile]

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The Guidelines For Making Phone Calls

- It’s important to know the guidelines for making phone calls. Telephones should only be used for interacting and assisting the customer unless it is a severe emergency. Taking advantage of telephone use can distract you from what you need to get done.It is important to answer the phone in a quick fashion. For instance, some customers might lose their patience, and will end the call if you take too long to assist them. Therefore, it is important to answer the phone as soon as possible. For example, when I called my health insurance company, I was on hold for more than fifteen minutes before I had to end the call, because I didn’t have the time to wait for an answer.Always remember to answer t...   [tags: Telephone, Mobile phone, Telephone exchange]

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The Dangers Of The Cell Phone Market

- Raise your hand if you’re one of 44% of Americans that sleep next to their phones at every night. It’s true, so many of us are dependent on our mobile devices, that psychologists are now calling it the “Invisible Addiction”. Since its invention critics have debated every inch of the cell phone. From its usefulness and size, to its effects on health after prolonged usage. The conversation has since shifted. The cell phone market today is flooded with a plethora devices to choose from, sporting top of the line materials and industry leading software, but this just scratches the surface....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, Cellular network]

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Technology : Smart Phone Addiction

- Smart phone Addiction Technology creates great opportunities, yet most people can no longer function without a smart phone by their sides at all times. Technology changed how we interact with one another and has conquered the modern world. Technology can be located in the tiny watch around your wrist and allows us to interact with friends and family on screens made up of millions of tiny pixels. It 's a great thing to have during this time of the modern age. Technology is the reason we can travel across continents in a couple days....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, IPhone, Nokia]

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Cell Phones And The Cell Phone

- Cell phones are useful for keeping in contact with people, finding directions, hearing the latest news stories, making online purchases and much more; however, the current generation has become abundantly consumed and attached to the mobile handheld device. The need to check social media has become much like an addiction to most and many cannot go minutes without checking their cell phone. Broken relationships, miscommunication, sleep deprivation, bad grades, and laziness have all resulted in an excessive use of the cell phone....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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A Smart ( Phone ) Society

- A Smart (Phone) Society Ask anyone to name a few necessities that humans need to live in this world, and they’ll probably start to name items such as food, water, and shelter. Those who are a bit more bold might say a smart phone, computers, or even a TV. Are they wrong. It could be easily argued that they are correct in saying that those things are now important to have in day-to-day life. Phones and other technological advances are no longer a luxury for the privileged; they have become a necessity in today’s society....   [tags: Instant messaging, Mobile phone, IPod Touch]

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Cell Phones And The Cell Phone

- Cell Phone Technology The cell phone, in today’s world most people own one. Cell phones are extremely convenient. They (cell phones) allow us to communicate in multiple ways. You can text, email, call, video chat, use social media apps to stay in contact with anyone anywhere. Technology has made its way into every facet of our lives and helps to make life easier and more functional. For the most part, cellular technology has almost become an unconscious thing for us, something most of us take for granted....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, Internet, Motorola]

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My Experience With My Phone

- My experience with this technology has been very interesting. Growing up I didn 't use technology alot since I spent more of my time outside or reading. I didn’t not really have a smart phone until my senior year of high school, so it didn’t play that big of a factor in my life. When I did get a Smartphone it wasn’t a big deal to me I treated it the same way that I treated my other phone. To me it was nothing special and I felt there was better things to do. I wasn 't a big fan of social application unless they were games or tumblr....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, Windows Mobile, IPhone]

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Getting Down At Their Cell Phone

- ... This comes naturally to them without them even realizing it. Recently, a new study by Ireport.cnn.com found that as students indulge in texting more and more, their grammar is affected badly. In the study, the usage of a cell phone was highest among the age group of 13-17 who send twice more messages than others. Kids spend hours and hours on their phones. Like Ireport.cnn.com said, “These middle school students are in their learning phase and using improper words and grammar becomes their habit which is why they find it difficult to revert back to normal and actual spellings.” This is because of the constant use of improper grammar due to text messages, social media etc....   [tags: Mobile phone, Writing, Text messaging, Grammar]

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Cell Phone : The Issue Of Invasion Of Privacy

- The world today, cell-phone like the android or iphones are being used to relay message back to others and being a device that is similar to having a mobile computer. Even though cellular phones are beneficial, there are conspiracies of harmful usage of the cell phone that can lead to people wondering, is it true or not. Cell-phone are known to cause a higher risk of brain cancer due to the belief that non-ionizing radiation from the radiofrequency of the device(Cell Phones, 1). Even though this was stated to be true, studies have claimed that cell phone can not be proven to be a dangerous device, but people like Dr....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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Use Of Cell Phone And The Cell Phones

- The Use of Cell Phone The cell phones usage started in 1973. Motorola was the first company to invent cell phones. They produced first cell phones which were connected with the cars. (‘’http: mashable.com’’). People were using car cell phones primarily for business. Companies started up dating cell phones technologies throughout the years. Cell phones technologies has variety of options. The use of google maps, which people use to find addresses, how many mileage people need to drive. Video chatting, people use to make a video call where they can see the person they are talking to library book store app, the old days people will have to buy the books from bookstore but now people can downlo...   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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The First Cell Phone Call

- The first cell phone call was made on April 19, 1973 by Motorola employee Martin Cooper, since every year cell phones is getting more advanced and better at times. When the cell phone was first manufactured I don’t think Martin Cooper, had in mind what wild, astounding, idea he had brought to the light, and how much the cell phone would evolve over the years. The two powerhouse companies responsible for most of the cell phones that are circulating in the world Samsung & Apple, these two companies history don’t date back that far, but they have sued, clashed, and tried to outsmart each other numerous amount of time....   [tags: IPhone, Apple Inc., Mobile phone, Motorola]

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Put Your Phone Down?

- Put Your Phone Down The delicious smells of fresh Italian foods waft through the air as we look over our menus, glancing around us at the surrounding tables to see what others have ordered. I can’t help but notice everyone around us is on their phones, isn’t the point of going out to eat with friends or family to spend time with those you are eating with. When did it become a technology fest, I wonder, as my husband and I are sitting sipping our iced tea. One table, the son and daughter are completely ignoring their mom to play on their phones....   [tags: Mobile phone, Computer, Electrical engineering]

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Cell Phone Usage And Social Settings

- ... (Geser, 2002; Ling, 2004; Plant, 2000; Srivastava, 2005; Turkle, 2011 as cited in Thornton et al., 2014). Being engrossed in a cell phone during a social event or gathering can be not only a distraction, but can also be considered a socially rude thing to do. By investing so much time on a cell phone, it shows that the people using the phone would much rather give their phone their attention rather than the people they are physically with. This lack of respect for others can also be seen as a lack of social skills from the cell phone user....   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial]

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My First Time With A Cell Phone

- My 13th birthday marked the first time I owned a cell phone. The feeling I had toward my phone had a primordial feeling, almost as if we had loved one another before both our existences. I was tremendously excited: excited at the idea of being able to talk to my friends on the go and play games. I used it mainly, however, to talk to my girlfriend from the time I got out of school up until the time we both headed to bed. Not only had I not realized how close the cell phone and I would become in the next 10 years, but it crept up on me faster than I could ever fathom....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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Etiquette Behaviors Of Cell Phone Etiquette

- Almost everyone you know has a cell phone now a days and it has become more apparent that cell phone etiquette is being ignored by most everyone using a phone. Most people can’t go without their phones for even a day and are on them 24/7. Even at work people are on their phones and have neglected cell phone etiquette. Etiquette behaviors for cell phones are important to know so you don’t end up in an unpleasant situation. These are some etiquette rules that are important that everyone should be more aware of....   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial, Telephone]

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Cell Phone Addiction And Its Effects

- In today’s society, everybody who’s anybody carries a cell phone around wherever they go. Some people are so attached to their phones, they not only need it for calls and messaging, they need it for social media, information, and even company. These feelings that we need to have our phones in our possession at all times is causing problems for up and coming generations. One of the problems that we face as a population today is cell phone addiction. Cell phone addiction needs to be fixed, to create a healthier, livelier society in the future....   [tags: Mobile phone, Addiction, Cellular network]

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Get Off The Phone!!! While Driving...

- As a result of many car accidents that have increased in the last few years, there has been a great push for cell phone banning. One of the worst train accidents in U.S history occurred when a conductor exchanged text messages on his phone while operating the train. People in the United States are often pulled over for cell phone use and cited. This issue has sparked big controversy with lawmakers. The use of a cell phone is not the only distraction while driving but it is known that it could potentially cause disaster like discussed above....   [tags: Cell Phone Bans, argumentative, persuasive]

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Cell Phone Addiction And Its Effects

- ... Anxiety is huge issue when it comes to phones. I can think of multiple times when I would send a text and then really want to hear the answer. I would sit there and click the power button, wait for it to go blank, then press it again because I was afraid I would miss the text that was of such importance to me at the time. Looking back, I wasted so much time doing that. Time I could have been studying, working out, or anything that would be more productive. One prime reason that cell phone addiction is such a problem is because it feels normal to be on your phone at all times now....   [tags: Mobile phone, Push-button telephone]

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Let 's Ban The Cell Phone

- Let’s Ban the Cell Phone As a student, when I come to class, I am very respectful to the teacher and others classmates. I do not turn my cell phone completely off but I change it to the silent mode so my cell phone will not make a sound and bother the others or interrupt the lecture. Cell phone is a very useful invention device in this modern century. I use it as a daily personal item all the time. However, to use cell phone at the right time is a matter. For instance, class room environment is remain silent at the time class meeting, and if your cell phone ring during class meeting, it will interrupt the lecture and bother the other people....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, GSM]

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The World 's First Mobile Phone

- ... The first cell phones were only used for placing calls, but after years of new technological advancements, cell phone companies started to create new devices called smart phones (“The History and Evolution”). The first smart phones allowed “users access email, and use the phone as a fax machine, pager, and address book” (“The History and Evolution”). Recently, the term “mobile phone” has been changed to “mobile device” since individuals are no longer just using the device as a phone. The smart phones that are popular today have consumers expecting high-end quality phones and features....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Motorola, Smartphone]

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Using Text Messages And Phone Calls

- Selfies are everywhere in society today. They’re all over social media newsfeeds and even appear in magazines. Many argue that the Selfie is the new way to communication, replacing text messages and phone calls. I disagree with this. I believe that while the Selfie is not the best way to communicate with others, because it places too much focus on the poses and appearances of the people in the Selfie, instead of their experiences, and not every person has access to a smartphone, leaving some people out of the loop....   [tags: Telephone, Mobile phone, Communication, Videophone]

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Cell Phone Use While Driving

- Welcome to the world of technology, the world where nothing can wait and everything is so important it needs to be handled right now. Cell phones are just one piece of technology that many think they cannot live without and are able take with them everywhere. People eat with them, sleep with them and do just about everything else in between with them. There was a time before cell phones when things had to wait and it was okay. The world did not stop because there was no answer or someone was unavailable....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Bluetooth]

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Cell Phone Use While Driving

- Everyone gets annoyed by other people. There are certain habits that people cannot stand. They become a pet peeve of ours. My biggest pet peeve is people operating a phone while driving. Operating a phone while driving is extremely dangerous. Teenagers and young adults are the root cause of this problem. When we are driving down the road there is one car in front of us slowly drifting in and out of lane right beside them and then jerks back uncontrollably. When you drive past them you see they have a phone in their hand and it just makes me livid....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Bluetooth]

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Using A Cell Phone While Driving

- ... Similarly, just because you are still watching the road and taking in visual information, doesn’t mean you will notice everything. This is because there is a lot that goes into adequately perceiving your surroundings. Therefore, just because something falls on your retina, doesn’t automatically mean you see it and/or acknowledge that it’s there. This is in large part due to that fact that in order to see it, there needs to be some degree of attention so you can actually process the visual information....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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Cell Phone Addiction, Anxiety, And Performance

- ... games, social networks, e-mails, etc.) (Lepp, Barkley, & Karpinski, 2013). Blair, Fletcher, and Gaskin (2015, p. 397) stated that “there is a potential labyrinth of constraints that adolescents must negotiate every time they choose between texting and calling.” This intense debate between calling and texting is just one of the issues related to the overuse of cell phones. Emmanuel (2013) stated that many college students attribute their cell phone usage to the necessity of safety concern, in which keeping a phone close by is used as a safety protocol or for less serious concerns such as keeping in touch with friends, coworkers, or entertainment....   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial, Anxiety, Telephone]

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The Distractions From Cell Phone Use

- The Distractions from Cell Phone Use Have you ever wondered what causes people to become attracted to their cell phones in our world today. People today have the tendency to keep their cell phones close by in order to check for new text messages and notifications on social media all day and night. The constant need to check our cell phones distracts us from our daily lives with our friends and families when we do not give them physical attention. Although cell phones are an important invention that allows us to communicate with people remotely, it distracts us from reality, such as the awareness of our surroundings, a reduction in face-to-face interaction, and the constant interruption from...   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Rotary dial]

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Cell Phone Can Cause Death By Brain Cancer

- In Contemporary society, the ringing phone, the ding of a text, the downward gaze, and the entire world of information at one’s fingertips in any private or public space at any time of day has become commonplace. Due to modern work, societal demands, and ease of accessibility, cellphone usage is at an all-time high for both numbers of users and the amount of use. The comfort and convenience of cellular technology and all the trappings within, overshadows the prominent danger of the radiation released from the phones....   [tags: Mobile phone, Mobile phone radiation and health]

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Mobile Phones And The Mobile Phone Virus

- mobile phone viruses began to emerge, the first mobile phone virus was called Caribe, it was created to infect the Symbian mobile OS. By using the Bluetooth communication feature it was able to spread from phone to phone and upon activation of the device it would display the message "Caribe". In 2009 the first iPhone worm "Ikee" was created it was able to infect and spread among jailbroken iPhones that had installed SSH while using the default root password. This worm changes the wallpaper of your lock screen to a photo of Rick Astley with the message: "ikee is never going to give you up.” As of 2011, it 's reported that as much as 73,000 malware strains are written every day....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, Smartphone, IPhone]

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Smart Phone, The Internet And Social Media

- In an accelerating pace of modernization these days, it is irrefutable that technology gradually become fundamental to each person’s life. There is a wide diversity of definitions about technology. In this research paper, reader has explored a different view about it in three various aspects: Smart phone, the Internet and Social Media. Some people are of the opinion that most of them are not considered as a technology. However, technology exists in both tangible and intangible and obviously has changed over the years....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Text messaging, Smartphone]

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Iphone : A Revolutionary New Cell Phone

- ... The construction of the iPhone can be described as user friendly, easy to use, sleek, and modern. For example, with each new iPhone upgrade, the cell phones have become thinner and their screens have become bigger in size. This allows for a higher resolution and allows for more pixels to be added to the screen, making it more High Definition. Another example of how well the construction of the iPhone is, is the built-in ‘Siri’ application. This application allows users to quickly ask questions and find answers within seconds of asking....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Apple Inc., Telephone]

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The Effects Of Cell Phone Distracted Driving

- Cell phone distracted driving has become as dangerous as alcohol and speeding resulting in fatal and serious injury crashes. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said Monday her office will begin mandating cellphone monitoring devices in some texting-while-driving cases prosecuted by her office (Newsday). She further states “Studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and other organizations that show driving while texting makes it 23 times more likely that the driver will crash and six times more likely to cause an accident than driving while intoxicated.(Newsday) This is an unbelievable statistic....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Kathleen Rice]

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Using A Cell Phone While Walking

- ... Nancy J. Brent, RN, MS, JD informs us about a nurse losing her job in her article, “Using Your Cell Phone At Work Can Cost You Your Job and Unemployment Compensation,” “A Pennsylvania nurse who worked as an R.N. in a nursing center decided to use her private cell phone to post on Facebook that a co-worker had soiled her pants while at work…while she was administering medications to patients in the facility.” The nurse could have easily given the wrong medication or the wrong dosage to a patient....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, Text messaging]

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Cell Phone Usage While Driving

- ... Cell phones are not the only distractions to deter people from unsafely driving. Sure, there are plenty of distractions that can make the driver lose focus of the road. However, most accidents do not happen when the driver is distracted by screaming at kids or fiddling with the GPS. Today, accidents happen for the sake of drivers focusing more on the phone instead of the road. The Edgar Snyder website states, “The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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Cell Phone Use While Driving

- ... This might be because many drivers believe that he or she can multitask efficiently without any problems. This, of course, is far from being true. Dr. David Greenfield, founder of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at The University of Cennecticut, stated "People drive more erratically when they’re texting than when they’re drinking and driving [and] we know that people are six times more likely to be in an accident if they’re texting and driving"....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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Mobile Phone Features, Design and Student Satisfaction

- 31 years ago since the “DynaTAC 8000X”, the first cellular telephone, was release by Motorola that was created in the Unites States. The DynaTAC 8000X or the “brick” phone is bulky because it is most battery body. Its hardware parts and design’s features a revolutionary “rubber whip” antenna which delivers a perfect reception to users, a vibrant LED display capable of displaying the status of the telephone and the numbers as you press in its 3x4 keypads (Recombu, 2011). From this invention the history of mobile phone we uses today started....   [tags: technology, the brick phone]

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Driving Distracted : An Analysis Of Cell Phone Use

- Driving Distracted: An Analysis of Cell Phone Use on Driving Janine Graves Argosy University, Seattle Abstract This study examines the impact of cell phone use while driving. By including studies which use hand held, hands free and/or texting, this paper emphasizes that all forms of cell phone communication impairs drivers. Moreover, the research hi-lights that cell phone distraction can equal or exceed impairment caused by drunk driving. This paper further explores whether using a cell phone while driving is more likely to impair people differently depending on age and gender....   [tags: Mobile phone, Bluetooth]

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Cell Phone Usage While Driving

- ... Cell phone usage while driving can also cause a mental distraction where the brain is lost in thought, and it does not actually see the road even though it is still looking at the road. For example when we take a call, our eyes may still be on the road while talking, but we are too focused on that particular conversation that we have no awareness of the road. It is also possible for the driver to be looking straight at a red light but has no clue it is a red light to stop. Finally, a call with negative news may cause the driver’s mind to blank out and get into serious accidents without even braking....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Rotary dial]

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Ban Cell Phone Use While Driving in Texas

- Cell phone use including hands-free should be banned in Texas. People claim they never use their cell phones while driving, but in reality they do. Cell phone use is one of the biggest distractions while driving. It takes away your reflexes and your attention off the road. One in four crashes involves driver distraction (txdot.gov). Drivers who use cell phones in their vehicles have a higher risk of collision than drivers who don't, whether holding the phone or using a hands-free device (txdot.gov)....   [tags: text, phone, driving, distraction]

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The Impact of Cell Phone Radiation on Our Health

- Cell phones represent a type of technology that has been around for more than over fifty years; it has only been recently that many people began to use cell phones as a major part of their everyday life. In the past cell phones were for business people to conduct their business, but in today’s society every one owns a cell phone. Cell phones are interesting, useful and also play a major role in our life’s bringing people closer and keeping in touch with one another. Most people do not know and understand the physics of a cell phone....   [tags: technology, cell phone towers]

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Technology And The Modern Cell Phone Etiquette Rules

- Technology is prevalent in today’s society and functions in many aspects of basic daily routines. With cell phones, drones, artificial intelligence and even social media platforms, the world is thriving in the digital age. Although technology provides a seemingly infinite number of accommodations to simplify basic human life, it also presents an array of new challenges. As a technology driven society, individuals are inundated with technology around every corner with no escape. The major contributing culprit of intrusive pieces of technology includes the modern cell phone....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, SMS]

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What The Phone Addiction Is A Big Problem Of 21 Century

- What the Phone Addiction is. Phone addiction has become a big problem of 21 century. A recent survey of 1000 individuals (by SecurEnvoy, the most famous Two Factor Authentication company), shows that two third of respondents fear losing or being without their mobile phone. 41% of people interviewed had two phones or more. 70% of women, compared to 61% of men, worry about losing their cellphone. Men are more likely than women to have two phones, 47% to 36%. All of the data above show to us that cellphone has already become a significant part of modern people’s life....   [tags: Mobile phone, Mobile network operator]

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Cell Phone Culture By Dr. Gerard Goggin

- ... In essence, it replaced the answering machine and provided us with a freedom heretofore unknown (Goggin 39). But this mobile technology also served to blur the lines between what constituted work life from personal life. The 2.5 or “second and a half” generation phone followed in the late 1990’s and offered multimedia applications such as the ability to download music, customize ringtones, and send and receive images. Then the 3G phone arrived on the scene and our phones also became our cameras....   [tags: Mobile phone, GSM, Text messaging]

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The Impact of Cell Phone Usage on Our Social Life

- There are more cell phones than residents in Britain (computerweekly.com, 2007). The first cell phone was invented by Dr. Martin Cooper and John F Mitchell in 1973 (Wikipedia.com, 2014). Cell phone use has escalated over the years. Not only does cell phone usage affect the character traits of a person and their ability to hold regular, face to face conversations, it also affects a person’s ability to have healthy, stable relationships. Cell phones have changed from an item of luxury to an everyday necessity for some people....   [tags: Cell Phone vs Social Life]

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Should Cell Phone Usage Improve Our Social?

- ... The concept of communication has changed, instead of friends having a face to face conversation, they can text each other because of cell phones making it simple. This is not a good thing because the intended becomes misinterpreted, how one sends a message is determining many factors to how the message is interpreted by the receiver, which may lead to problems they don’t know how to talk about. The excess use of cell phones has affected me personally because whenever I am in a situation, instead of trying to make a conversation I resort to my cell phone because I feel I can say whatever I want without consequence, which leads to further confrontation that I am unsure how to handle throug...   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial, Writing]

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Texting And Driving : Using A Cell Phone While Driving

- ... Texting and driving is an addiction according to Dave Simon “it appears that addiction is no longer just about drugs, alcohol, junk food, or tobacco. The inability to disconnect or postpone an activity is an addition.” Simon further states that “distracted driving lessons appear to be the norm if we are to believe a new survey done by State Farm and reported by USA Today”(Simon, Dave). NHTSA reports that eighty-two percent of young adult drivers (16-24) have read a standard message while driving, and 16% of drivers younger than 20 involved in fatal crashes reported to have been distracted(NHTSA)....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, SMS]

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My First Cell Phone At Age 13

- My addiction started since the day I received my very first cell phone at age 13, I started my adventure with texting, however, and that was just the beginning of everything. By that time I have a Nokia N97, there wasn’t must of Internet and it was very expensive at time too. The phone came in handy with multimedia text message “SMS”; I started texting my friends instead of calling with the calling services. Every month T-Mobile Company will mail in the end of the statement, and it will listed my usage of thousands every single month....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Sleep, SMS]

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Choosing A Phone Plan Is A Process That Involves Extensive Research

- Choosing a phone plan is a process that involves extensive research. To many consumers, this research does not exceed the simple task of comparing prices. However, it is important to remember that there are many elements involved in finding a suitable phone plan. Being aware of them can alleviate some of the stress and confusion commonly associated with the process. Proper phone research requires comparing carrier plans and exploring multiple online resources. Although it could seem like an intimidating task, taking the time to select a good phone plan is very straightforward and well worth the effort....   [tags: Mobile phone, GSM, Twisted pair, Plan]

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The Effects Of Cell Phone Usage On Your Health

- ... Some negative effects of cell phones are as follows: • Physical – Too much cell phone usage can eventually cause brain damage. • Mental – Cell phones are a very big distraction and can take away from your studies. • Emotional – phones can also be used for bullying (Social media) • Social – you have to be careful who you give your number to because it can be passed around more than a basketball. My objectives are to gather information related to my question, to learn more about mobiles phones having an effect on our youth today....   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial, Cellular network]

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Mobile Phone And Its Effects On Young People

- Increasingly, electronic products have advanced a lot such as mobile phone, it highly impacted on young people from nowadays, specifically texting, it has affected the youth 's communication skills also the standard of English of the way that people wrote on the paper. People didn’t realize that how worse it is going to be if he/she kept focusing on it. However, is there have any way to do that can instead of those kind of habit from them. The answer was ‘Yes’, only if people decided to stop using those electronic products that much and do something to instead of....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Youth, Communication]

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Cell Phone Use Should Be Banned When Driving

- Texting while driving has been largely debated over the years as the number of accidents related to this goes up and down. Now the question in debate is whether or not all cell phone use should be banned when driving. Most states have laws banning texting while driving, but it’s not taken seriously by police or drivers. Exactly how safe is that. In the article, “Ohio: Cell Phone Laws, Legislation” it states, “The Ohio distracted driving laws have two levels of enforcement: There is only secondary enforcement for adult drivers who text message” (“Ohio: Cell Phone Laws, Legislation”)....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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Cell Phones : A Better Understanding Of Cell Phone Use

- ... Since I am not always able to communicate in person, it helps me stay in contact with those I care about. I use my phone to communicate when I have no option of actually being there in person because it is the closest thing to actually having a face-to-face interaction.” Unlike Muhammad, Pooja Darji uses her phone for multiple reasons, “I use my cell phone to communicate with friends and family, check my email, use the Internet, play games when I 'm bored, use social media sites, and to do my homework.” Bhavin Darji agrees when he claims, “Its basically like a laptop in my pocket....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Rotary dial]

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Should Children Under 12 Have A Cell Phone?

- Should Children Under 12 Have a Cell Phone. Children under the age of 12 should not have a cell phone in my opinion. Cell phones are not just used to make phone calls anymore. Most children under the age of 12 are not mature enough for the responsibility of having a cell phone. There are even some children over the age of 12 that are still not mature enough for the responsibility of having a cell phone. So, what is the right age to have a cell phone. This question made me wonder what my friends take is on the subject....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Rotary dial]

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Cell Phone Use And Its Effect On Society

- ... The first generation iPhone went on to go obsolete as newer and more advanced versions were exhibited in the market to compete with other companies who designed their own revolutionary smartphones to then later, in some aspects, surpass the iPhone brand’s quality. All in all, because of this phone’s success in the market, the use of having a cellular device has increased in the amount of people who use it and what people use it for. In the last quarter of 2015 alone, TechCrunch reported that Apple made 48 million dollars in revenue as opposed to the 6.1 million made in the first five quarters of the original iPhone being released....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Personal digital assistant]

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Movie Analysis : ' I Forgot My Phone '

- On August 30, 2013, “ I Forgot My Phone” was posted to YouTube. This YouTube video was directed by Miles Crawford and was written/ starred in by Charlene DeGuzman their video has become very popular with YouTube watchers with over 49 million views. This youtube video was posted on the internet for people between the ages of 10 and 30 who has a cell phone and is always on it to watch. In this video, you watch Charlene DeGuzman’s day as she forgot her cell phone at home and her reaction to the cell phone users around her....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Cellular network, Birthday]

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Plasticity And Cell Phone Use By Children And Adolescents

- Plasticity and Cell Phone Use by Children and Adolescents We live in a digital world. Children and adolescents are using cell phones and other digital media more than ever before due to the popularity and accessibility of mobile phone and technology around the world. Cell phone use by children and adolescents in 2009 was: Three quarters of American children, with almost 60% of 10 -12 year olds, 79% of 13-15 year olds, and 84% of 16-18 year olds (Hofferth & Moon, 2012). There have been many health and cancer concerns about cell phone emitting electromagnetic radiation into the brain of all cell phone users, especially children and adolescents....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, Text messaging]

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Trapped By Society: I Only Came to Use the Phone

- Do you ever feel trapped when you are in a place that you have never been before. Isolation criticizes society since it does not let everyone be equal or have the same rights. Isolation can completely change a person, and it is usually for the worst. Society “acts” like they try to prevent isolation, but in reality they isolate people for certain reasons, then those people get judged for being “different.” Upon closer inspection it is human nature to deny equal rights because people that do not act, dress, or look the same are labeled as strange, and unfortunately, many times are not accepted by the majority of society....   [tags: analysis, I only came to use the phone]

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Cell Phone Use Hurts Parent-Child Bonding

- Most people over the age of forty know life without a cell phone, have survived, and thrived. However, today parents are too busy talking or texting on the cell phone and ignoring their children. Distracted parents are to blame for many near drownings and injuries at home, because they were so deep in conversation. Children are deliberately misbehaving to get their parents’ attention. Obviously, as soon as an infant is born bonding begins between baby and parents. Before babies can talk, adults speak to them, and the infants imitate their parents....   [tags: cell-phone-screen, social media, behaviors]

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The Differences And Differences Of Communicating Through A Cell Phone Or A Letter

- ... It may also help you from saying something that you wish you didn’t say in a text. Mail is great in that it is more personal and professional as opposed to sending text message. Writing out a thorough letter could be seen as more personal because it shows that you took time out of your day to write a page or two of what is going on in your life to the person you are sending it to. Another example is sending a card. You are able to congratulate or send sympathy the person you are writing to while writing a message....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Postage stamp]

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Best Cell Phone Spy Software Reviews

- Best Cell Phone Spy Software Reviews Mobile phones are the mainstream today in our population for all ages and backgrounds. Even children are now more likely to have a phone before the age of 12 than ever before and with that parent 's and business owners are starting to realize how monitoring the use of these devices is important going forward. There is no better way to keep an eye on what your employee 's or children are up to when you can not see it yourself. Every day there seems to be a new application that can hide what users are doing on phones or even just distract the person from being efficient from the tasks at hand....   [tags: Mobile phone, Nokia, Rotary dial, Cellular network]

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Television Show Intervention Evoked Memories Of The Day I Lost My Phone

- ... Being able to talk to a person that is hundreds, or even thousands of miles away has enhanced our forms of communication. However, when the invention of the first telephone came about, it was only for the elite and required enormous and heavy equipment in order for it to be operable, thus many did not own one. They eventually increased in popularity, which led to a new innovation, the cellular phone, which came about in 1973. However, still only a handful of people had them. The first cell phone was of considerable size and was not available for most until around 1992....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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Cell Phone Has Become An Essential Part Of Our Daily Lives

- With the blooming development of science and technology advancement, cell phone has become an essential part of our daily lives. And of course, they have made their way into the classroom. Cell phones have become one of the most common accessories among middle school and high school students. Starting from middle school, students are most likely to have already own a cell phone. Have you ever heard of the The Columbine High School massacre that took place on April 20th, 1999. An incident involved two students who both went on a shooting rampage together, killing 12 students, a teacher and wounding 21 others in just less than 20 minutes....   [tags: High school, Mobile phone]

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How Can an Avaya Phone Streamline Your Front-Office Operations?

- SEO Description: The Avaya phone is one of the most comprehensive phone systems in the market. Learn how it can improve your front-office operations and customer service. Excerpt: An Avaya phone can make a big impact in your front-office operations. Learn how the latest business phone system technology can boost your staff performance. How Can an Avaya Phone Streamline Your Front-Office Operations. If someone approaches you and says “An Avaya phone can do wonders for your front-office operations,” you will probably be a little skeptic and think that is actually your staff that makes a difference....   [tags: phone systems, modern technology, business]

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How Technology Affects Our Relationship With The Phone And Changed The Way We Behave

- ... In five seconds, a little child could be in the road chasing a ball. In five seconds a car can swivel to the other side of the road and crash to another car. In Five seconds someone live could be taking. Based on texting and driving safety.com “if you’re traveling at 55mph, this equals driving the length of a football field without looking at the road”. A football field equals to 120 yards, which can be the deadliest distance while not being focused on the road. Many believes that using hand free devices is the solution....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Automobile]

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The Importance of the Cell Phone Age: From Stone Age to Phone Age by Barbara Ehrenreich

- In “From Stone Age to Phone Age”, Barbara Ehrenreich describes that cell phones are not well suited to her even though they are fashionable. In her article, she points out cell phones are not used to connect people to each other but to isolate them from a big group of people. I think cell phones are very important to our daily life because they are convenient to manage our lives. Moreover, from the earlier cell phone age to nowadays, cell phones have been developed a lot; today many fancy phones are displayed on the market....   [tags: From Stone Age to Phone Age, Barbara Ehrenreich, c]

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The National Market for Cellular Phone Service

- Figures Unreadable The National Market for Cellular Phone Service The national cellular market is undoubtedly one of the nation’s most expansive markets. In 2003, wireless revenues totaled to over $100 Billion; nearly one percent of the United States GDP. Since wireless has emerged, the typical buyer has expanded from the average middle/upper-class adult to teenagers, elderly, and business consumers. 20% of American teenagers own cell phones, explaining why Virgin Mobile was founded to specifically target young consumers1....   [tags: Business Economics Cell Phone]

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How Apple Has Changed Our Cell Phone Industry Into What It Is Today

- ... The iPhone 3G sold its 1 millionth phone within the first weekend of its release. [1] iPhone 3GS The third iPhone, the iPhone 3GS was announced on June 9, 2009 and released on June 19, 2009. This iPhone was almost identical to the previous in relation to its external features. The only main difference was that the text stood out due to Apple adding a silver color feature. As far as the internal aspects, Apple improved the battery life, network speed, improved the camera and video recording capabilities, introduced a voice control feature, and added a highly requested cut, copy, and paste feature....   [tags: IPhone, Mobile phone, IPod Touch, IPhone OS]

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Cell Phone Consumption Has A Positive Effect On Young Adolescents

- Cell phone consumption has had a positive effect on young Canadian adolescent in last 25 years. The most important accessory to young adolescents is a cell phone. It is a device that increases productivity 's and allows for greater more efficient ways of multi-managing other stresses. A technology so strong, that it has decreased and a bridged connection among individuals living far away from each other. A strong means of communication, which can save lives and help in bettering an individual health (Krishna et al, 78)....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network, Rotary dial]

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E Commerce Business : Selling Your Iphone For Your Phone

- Welcome to BuyMyShinyPhone in Lake Worth, FL, where you can find the best deals for your phones. If you have typed in the keywords sell my iPhone, you’ve come to the right place where you will get the right assistance that you need. We are a dependable company that you can use to get rid of phones that you have lying around your home. BuyMyShinyPhone is a flourishing e-commerce business where you can sell your pre-owned device with confidence. By using the keywords, sell my iPhone, you can feel assured that you are getting the most amount of cash for your device....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Want, Push-button telephone]

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Stricter Driving Laws On Cell Phone And Technology Use While Driving

- Stricter Distracted Driving Laws When students are in a classroom situation, they don’t think much of a phone going off in class, but when people are on the road, irresponsible use of cell phones can lead to endangerment of lives. Several people have before witnessed drivers distracted before. A person can be so distracted on social media, calling and chatting, emailing or texting that they can resemble drunk drivers. According to Delthia Ricks, “the number of teens who are dying or being injured as a result of texting while driving has skyrocketed as mobile device technology has advanced” (1)....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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Synthesis Analysis : ' Help ! I Can 't Put Down My Phone '

- ... No two pieces of writing are exactly the same. They could have the same idea, but the way they go about introducing and supporting that idea could be much different. This is the case when analyzing the two texts I chose. Kaminski uses a more straightforward approach to appeal to her desired audience, middle and high school students. She uses simplified grammar and pictures to satisfy a reader who is not looking to be overwhelmed. On the other hand, Diamanduros, Jenkins, and Downs use a far more superior grammar and technique to teach the reader instead of inform....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Cellular network]

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