- n. Alternative form of cell phone.
- n. a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver
“The cellphone sample was drawn from a list of cellphone users in the city, and respondents were screened to ensure that their cellphone is their only phone.”
“Thanks to better quality lenses, longer battery life and dirt cheap memory cards, your cellphone is a convenient tool for capturing life's fleeting moments with the push of a button.”
“A modern cellphone is nothing like a late-1980s cellphone.”
“Your old cellphone is impractical since it uses CDMA technology and cannot be unlocked to work with the Amigo prepaid plan.”
“The even smaller subset of uniquely motivated voters interviewed on a cellphone is voting 12: 1 "Yes" on marijuana.”
“Chip maker Broadcom Corp. successfully won an ITC exclusion order against cellphones that use chips from rival Qualcomm, as part of a series of patent cases that Broadcom used to press for a broader position in cellphone chips.”
“An added difficulty is that this explosion in cellphone use is not matched by a corresponding development in ETECSA's infrastructure.”
“Considering the growth in cellphone use in other Latin American countries, it is a low figure, only about one Cuban in twelve.”
“We have compared the performance of honeybees in cellphone radiation exposed and unexposed colonies.”
“A short, baby-faced man, Wu, 42, assumes his cellphone is tapped and prefers meeting strangers in obscure spots outside town.”
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