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PhilippinesOne thousand mobile users each from the Philippines, Indonesia, India and Vietnam were asked which is one item that you could not do without for the rest of your life? by Eden Strategy Institute. The study found that 59 percent of Filipino
BBC News NI Police are now using "additional resources" to tackle dangerous driving, including people using mobile phones at the wheel Police in Northern Ireland have begun a new crackdown on motorists using mobile phones while driving. Police are
18:10 EST, 24 July 2014 View comments Lives will be put at risk if the Government pushes ahead with controversial plans to force emergency services to share airwaves with the public, it was claimed last night.
24 July 2014 09:06 PM Updated: 24 July 2014 09:32 PM Like a tree falling in the forest, the stuff you say to other drivers in the soundproofed safety of your own car doesn't count: Don't you know what yield' means?
When Amazon enters a new market, be it books, movies, groceries, tablets or phones, you can bet on one thing: It will get a lot cheaper for consumers. But the company is departing from that playbook with its new Amazon Fire smartphone...Amazon is
RF Micro Devices Inc forecast quarterly results above market expectations, helped by higher demand for its chips that connect devices such as Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung Electronics Co's smartphones to networks. Shares of the company, which also
Gartner Senior Research Analyst Neha Gupta said in a statement. She added that if the prevailing market conditions do not change in the Indian mobile market, India will account for 12 per cent worldwide mobile connections. However, the country will
Finnish telecoms gear maker Nokia on Thursday announced a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit margin in its core networks unit helped by cost cuts and said its full-year expectations had improved. Nokia sold its once-dominant phone business to
Only for live sports I rely on TV Just because I can view videos on my smartphone does not make me any smarter. It only means I am using more bandwidth and hence helping make the telecom sector possibly boom. But what it does is makes us more
Australia's first mobile phone designed specifically for the vision-impaired. THE stripped-down handset, launched on Tuesday by tech company OwnFone, can be programmed with up to three numbers, each dialled from 3D-printed buttons labelled in braille.