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portable

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small and light enough to be operated while you hold it in your hands

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However, there was no apparent link between hand-held device screen time and other communications delays, such as social interactions, body language or gestures, Medical Xpress reported.
The law regarding in-car mobile phone use says it is an offence for anyone to use any type of hand-held communications device when driving.
Brake deputy chief executive Julie Townsend said: "It is shocking that, 10 years after the ban, one in eight drivers continues to flout the law and put lives in danger by using a hand-held mobile at the wheel.
In addition to convenience, many hand-held breakfasts and entr'es have a healthy bent to them, another selling point in today's health- and diet-conscious climate.
Hand-held learning may be characterised as an extension of e-learning.
Also promoted will be computerised test charts, complete with iMac and LCD monitors, along with the Pachymeter from DGH, and the portable hand-held Pachmate.
The poll from TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) showed driving with hand-held mobiles had risen sharply between 2008 and 2009 for car, taxi and van drivers.
MOTORING and safety groups today reacted with shock and anger at a survey showing a "significant" increase in illegal use of hand-held mobiles by drivers.
American Technologies Network, Corp.'s (ATN) new Javelin Series J600 and J600W tactical flashlights are high-intensity lights for weapon-mounted or hand-held duty.
CAN you recommend a hand-held vacuum cleaner that cleans well...
Tougher penalties for using hand-held mobile phones while driving have had hardly any effect, according to a survey.
And 36% admitted to using a hand-held mobile themselves while driving - only 6% down on the figure recorded in 2005.
Key to the unit's ease of use is its hand-held user interface.
A new hand-held device from Smiths Detection, part of the global technology business Smiths Group, is designed to detect volatile chemicals commonly used in home-made bombs.
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