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  • n. Plural form of cellphone.


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  • He is concerned, for instance, about the environmental damage caused by creating and powering the world 's gadgets, from mining the scarce minerals used in cellphones to the lavish use of electricity to charge a billion lithium batteries.

    Do Machines Have Minds of Their Own?

  • Three of four other Pew polls this year would have shown similar tilts toward the GOP, leading to Pew's conclusion that "the bias [from not using cellphones] is as large, and potentially even larger, than it was in 2008."

    Pew: cellphone bias may be bigger than in '08

  • In tests by Cetecom Inc., a Milpitas, Calif., unit of Germany's Cetecom GmbH that tests radiation levels in cellphones, the case was found to reduce radiation from U.S. phones to a simulated model of the human head by 60% to 82%, Pong says.

    Cut Phone Radiation

  • When I did, the courthouse did not let anyone bring in cellphones if they had cameras in them — they would confiscate it if you tried.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Last Days of the Payphone

  • The screenhas its own processor -- similar to the processing chipused in cellphones -- and runs a light operating system built by Lenovo.

    CES: Tablet PCs from HP, Lenovo

  • V. interesting about short stories, would love to hear more about how technology, particularly cellphones, is changing the marketplace.

    Author-friends, Meet Hannah Tinti

  • The company is, “hiring people from many different segments of the semiconductor industry, including engineers to create multifunction chips that are used in cellphones to run software and carry out other chores”.

    Apple to build its own chips

  • When they can't get through on regular phone lines, they call the cellphones, which Mjreesi and others hold up to the microphones.

    A former radio engineer for the Gaddafi regime uses his newfound freedom to broadcast messages of encouragement to rebels in Tripoli

  • In a 10-1 decision that the mayor has said he'll sign into law, the board of supervisors is making the city the first U.S. jurisdiction to label cellphones in any way.

    Cellphone Fear In San Francisco

  • About $15.2 billion worth of this common type of memory -- found in cellphones, digital cameras, and music players -- is expected to be sold this year. iSuppli previously forecast sales of $17.9 billion.

    You're not buying enough iPods


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