Cell Phone Essays

  • Cell Phones

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    Cell Phones! What Causes Mobile Phone Radiation and How Does it Effect Your Body? Why is it so popular with young teenagers today? What problems do Mobile phones cause? Walking around in school to walking around at the shopping centre with your mobile phone may seem fashionable and trendy, but did you know that it might be causing you to get a cancer and brain damage threw lost of memory? . Many mobile phone holders do not realize it and it should be something everyone should be aware of. It may

  • Cell Phone History - The Evolution of the Cell Phone

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    Cell Phone History - The Evolution of the Cell Phone Cell phones have become a part of mainstream culture. Recently they have become more affordable and accomplish much more than making and receiving calls. Along with the growing popularity there is also growing concerns about safety and health. In this paper we will address cell phone history and how they have evolved. We will discuss health concerns such as tumors and talking while driving. Finally, we will talk about all of the technology

  • Are Cell Phones Necessary?

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    Are Cell Phones Necessary? Sifting through his latest screenplay on the way to class, Geoff Yetter ignores the muffled sound of a computer-generated rendition of Johan Pachelbel’s Canon in D coming from inside his book bag. “Porcupined onions,” he curses to himself. “I’ll call them back when I’m free.” Yetter, a senior film and video studies major at the University of Oklahoma, said that although he has a cell phone, it is only because he considers them to be a “necessary evil.” “At

  • The Evolution of Cell Phones

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    The Evolution of Cell Phones The cellular telephone, as many other current technological products, started off in the military and eventually made its way to the common consumer as a result of the high demands for such communications technologies. The concept for cellular technology was often thought to be limited to science fiction or futuristic communities. Well the future is now, and computerized technology with the help of transmitters and satellites brings nearly unlimited contact to anyone

  • Death by Cell-Phone

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    Death by Cell-Phone Imagine being in the passenger seat of a car on a quiet street in Atlanta. At about 4:00 A.M. a cell phone begins to ring; then the driver reaches down to grab the phone. Within the next few moments, the driver loses control of the car. The car wraps around a telephone poll. This isn’t a dream. In fact, it was reality for model Niki Taylor in May of 2001. According to the USA Today, Niki Taylor was seriously injured in this accident with extensive damage to her liver and

  • The Cell Phone Industry

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    The Cell Phone Industry Cell phone manufacturers and service providers are at the core of the cell phone industry.  These corporations are integral from their research and development endeavors to interactions with the consumer and the marketing of new products.  The companies that control such factors of cellular phones are very numerous, so it is difficult to address all the cell phone manufacturers and service providers.  However, we have focused largely on only the most significant cellular

  • Cell phones

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    Mobile Phone: Bad or Good Nowadays, in the digital world, technology has become an important part of human life. In some situations, it also replaces humans. For example, in the workplace, they use many kinds of machines. Machines help to save a lot of time, and increase productivity . For this example, I realized that technology helps humans solve a problem with high results. For example, the cell phone is a widely used technology. The mobile phone is a tool that helps people to communicate with

  • Cell phones

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    Cell phones are becoming an extremely popular electronic device for people to purchase and in some instances they are even replacing house phones. They are also becoming more technologically advanced. Most cell phone devices can take and send pictures and videos and connect to the Internet for web surfing. Many children, even as young as kindergarten-age (COM-6), are becoming cell phone owners. The potential of things that can be done with these phones are endless. Cell phones can also expose a child

  • cell phones

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    are many rules set in place by school districts and administrators against use of cell phones in the class room. These rules span from kindergarten through twelfth grade and into college. In the article “The only thing to fear is one hundred and twenty characters” Kevin M. Thomas and Christy D. Mcgee inform their readers about the positive results cell phones can have in the class room. They state that cell phones have already helped bring literacy rates up in elementary schools across the nation

  • The Cell Phone Invention

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    The Cell Phone Invention We have all seen and used cell phones. However we have probably taken the technology for granted. The cellular telephone has evolved and improved a lot over the years. Before we get into the history let us first get the definition for 'cellular'. It's called cellular because the system uses many base stations to divide a service area into multiple 'cells' (1). Each base station consists of a tower and at the base is the equipment to send and receive signals. Now that it

  • I Hate Cell Phones

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    I Hate Cell Phones Let me come right out and say it: You chronic cell phone users, I’m thoroughly sick of you. I’m sick of having to listen to your dumb conversations as I walk down the street or sit in the park or anywhere people used sit in peace. I’m sick of having to be wary of you while you chat away in a car too close to me, especially you vapid girls and young women with your attention far away from moving several tons of metal along a road. I’m sick of having to maneuver my

  • Cell Phones: Evolution Or Revolution?

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    Cell Phones: Evolution Or Revolution? 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

  • Statistics of Cell Phone Reliance

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    cellular phones. I chose to analyze this topic mainly because cell phones are constantly growing in the number of users and has become a prime mode of communication for college students. I am hoping to find out how much cell phones are used according to their prices and monthly plans. I would also like to see how much cell phones are being used now in comparison to a home telephone. As cell phones become more and more popular, it is almost odd to see a college student without their trusty cell phone

  • Can cell phones cause cancer?

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    technology? More explicitly can cell phones cause cancer? This question is the basis of this review. The researcher has compiled articles that cover this topic from diverse scholarly sources, and diverse countries. It is undeniable that cellular technology has become main stream. “It was estimated that there were 92 million cell phone users in the US, a number growing by one million every month.” (Frumkin, Jacobson, Gansler & Thun 2001). The arrival and widespread use of cell phones has peaked interest of

  • Use of Cell Phones in Our Society

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    must. Cell phones are one of the most practical inventions of time that make this possible. However, the subtle effect they have on our culture today, their invasion of our privacy, and the possible health risks they may cause are reasons to reassess the value of this intriguing device. While cell phones may be valuable, they are also potentially harmful. Cell phones are gradually affecting American culture today because they are becoming a key part of everyday life. The cell phone is "?an

  • Teenagers and Cell Phones

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    get when they cannot use their cell phones or they do not have their phones. Think about how you feel when you don’t have your phone with you or when the battery dies. Some teens say that cell phones improve their lives by making simple tasks, such as sending someone a message, more convenient. Approximately 75 percent of teens own cell phones and almost half of them are smart phones. Although cell phones make life easier for teenagers, their excessive use of cell phones is harmful to their health,

  • Cell Phone Policy

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    beginning, cell phones have spread like wildfire taking over the lives of students. Students use their cell phones constantly. “With cell phones tucked in the book bags and pockets of three-fourths of today’s teens, many high schools are ceding defeat in the battle to keep hand-held technology out of class and instead are inviting students to use their phones for learning” (Malone 1). The capabilities of a cell phone today have surpassed the pre-conceptions many had when it was invented. Cell phones

  • Cell Phones In School

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    Many teachers believe that cell phones don’t belong in a classroom because there are several disadvantages. An example maybe a student who uses a cell phone in class has no intension in listening or paying attention to the teacher. This student has a short attention span who cares about socializing more than his/her education. Cell phones can be very disruptive; they can invade people’s privacy and can also be used as harassment or bullying. The usage of cell phones is creating a huge problem particularly

  • Effects Of Cell Phones

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    consumed in their cell phones and social media that many do not know how to hold a proper conversation without an electronic device in their hand. Many people cannot have face-to-face conversations because they are used to having a screen in front of their face. This causes lack of proper communication. Cell phones are slowly taking over our lives and communication skills and very few people acknowledge it. According to the Pew Research Center, 90% of American adults own cell phones. That means within

  • Dangers of Cell Phones

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    accidents happen annually because of cell phones. Cell phones can be a major danger to anyone who is using them. People do not realize that they are not only putting their own lives in danger, but they are putting others at risk also. When people are driving they tend to take their eyes off the road, which can cause a distraction and eventually lead to accidents. Cell phones can cause hearing loss. There are many solutions on how to solve texting and driving. Cell phones play a dangerous role in today’s