cellular phone

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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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There are various factors when pairing cellular phone use and driving that may contribute to increased frequency of vehicular accidents.
So look in your junk drawer and dig out the cellular phone you tucked away when you upgraded your calling plan and/or purchased a new cell phone.
Department of Defense's Global Positioning System to detect an individual's location while he or she is logged on to a computer or cellular phone.
Although the FDA says there is no significant public health risk to patients with pacemakers who use cellular phones properly, the agency has asked manufacturers to design pacemakers that reject any interference from cellular phones or other wireless technology.
To receive calls, a cellular phone must periodically transmit a signal to its home base.
Every cellular phone has an electronic serial number (ESN).
The study did not blame the devices for the accidents but suggests that phone users aren't paying as close attention to the road as they should - a point that cellular phone service providers were quick to point out.
If you're offered a cellular phone at way below market price, there is a good chance it's a clone.
Giving them all the Alar treatment would make us starve to death long before we had a chance to develop tumors from cellular phones.
Of the businesspeople surveyed, 18% were in sales or retail positions, and more than half claimed sales increased because of the cellular phones.
Plans to extend cellular phone service north from North Bay to such centres as Timmins and Kirkland Lake are even further down the road for both companies.
Gingrich, whose conversation with other Republican leaders, involving a cellular phone, appeared to violate an agreement made with the House ethics committee;
Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, would require the Federal Communications Commission to prohibit cellular phone companies from blocking consumers' access to 911 services.
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