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Something Old, Something New: Companies Focus on Recycling, Re-Using Outdated Phones

Old handsets that end up in landfills leak toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater. But there are programs that make it easy for consumers to recycle, and even make[...] Read full article

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Brighthand Film Festival Zeros In on Mobile Marketing

TechnologyGuide and Brighthand will host the 2nd Brighthand Mobile Film Festival this October in San Francisco, as part of the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010 event, showcasing the best and[...] Read full article

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Smartphone Makers Urged to Focus on Seven Core Apps

Apple may have more than 200,000 mobile applications in its App Store, but in reality only seven types of applications are expected to drive software downloads and the market over[...] Read full article

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The ”Must-Have” Features for Student Smartphones

When someone is setting out to buy a smartphone, it's important to get one with all the features they need. This guide goes through the possibilities, discussing the features that[...] Read full article

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What New Feature Do You Most Want to See Become Standard on Smartphones?

Over time, features that were once available only in high-end models trickle down to become standard on virtually every smartphone. What currently cutting-edge feature would you most like to see[...] Read full article

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Cellular and Wi-Fi Connectivity: Allies Now Rather than Rivals

Cellular communications and Wi-Fi networks were at one time bitter foes. Recently, the hostility has abated and rather than competitive alternatives, the two are viewed as complimentary services. Read full article

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Cell Phone Radiation Fears Escalate Despite a Lack of Evidence

While some studies claim that cell phone radiation and frequent use of cell phones can be hazardous to your health, there is still no concrete evidence linking cell phones to[...] Read full article

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Why are Cell Phone Recycling Rates So Low?

Only 10% of unwanted cell phones are recycled annually, according to the EPA. And that may be an optimistic estimate. Why is the number so low, and what can be[...] Read full article