mobile phone

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Synonyms for mobile phone

a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver

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The statistics of cell phones theft are growing every day and people get seriously hurt when thieves mug them and take away their phones.
In the event of an emergency, timely communication using cell phones presents a viable need to possess and use the device in the classroom.
Cell Phone has been Dallas' premier cell-phone repair specialist.
Kolb: As a teacher and technology coordinator at Grandview Heights, I wrote policies against having cell phones in school and wanted them banned outright.
According to Earthworks, a nonprofit environmental organization that runs its own cell phone recycling campaign, known as Recycle My Cell Phone, cell phones contain toxic materials such as lead, mercury, beryllium, arsenic and cadmium that can leach into groundwater from landfills or pollute the air if incinerated.
The college's own internal studies on text messaging and cell phones convinced Downing to focus his new program most on incoming freshmen.
The Jitterbug OneTouch and the Jitterbug Dial are two of the most basic cell phones available.
A quick look at some of the recent developments in cell phones will give you a sense of what's in store.
Although some adjusters and agents are using cell phones to send photos for claims Filed from the field, others fear that might be a bit premature.
To assess cross-transmission between hands, cell phones, and patients, we studied 2 additional Aeinetobacter spp.
Further, householders told researchers that 80 percent of their children had new cell phones, and 20 percent had used phones.
In the past, most 911 calls where emergency personnel weren't able to respond came from cell phone users.
They located a company that bought used cell phones for recycling purposes and came up with the idea of collecting used phones and selling them to raise funds.
IN TODAY'S WIRELESS SOCIETY, EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE CONNECTED, HOWEVER, THOSE PESKY CELL PHONES CAN LIMIT PRODUCTIVITY.
Many cell phones use Bluetooth technology, which allows them to communicate sans cables with other Bluetooth-enabled devices.