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mobile phone

A portable telephone with wireless service from a cellular carrier. See cellphone, smartphone and mobile website.
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With more than 10 million cellular telephone users in the United States and rising, Louis Slesin, publisher of Microwave News, who cautions regularly against this type risk, says, "If we're going to have 50 million Americans holding these devices to their heads, don't you think we ought to find out if they are safe?
It also allowed us to approach cellular telephone manufacturers with a resistor product that was based on the same environmentally friendly manufacturing process that eliminated BEO.
Nokia Mobile Phones, marketed under the Nokia, Technophone, Mobira and OEM labels, is the world's second largest manufacturer of cellular telephones.
May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- America's 11 million cellular telephone users have emerged as modern-day "good Samaritans" on the nation's roads and highways, according to a new Gallup survey.
The custom LCD module was designed by Three-Five Systems to accommodate an extremely small cellular telephone, the smallest phone yet produced by this customer.
BOSTON, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- A criminal complaint was unsealed today in Federal Court charging four Boston area residents with participation in a large-scale international cellular telephone cloning operation based in Boston.
STI Management believes it will be the first truly portable, full duplex conference phone adaptor for cellular telephones.
A cooperating individual supplied the task force with a cellular telephone number used by gang members to arrange transactions involving the wholesale purchases and later the street-level sale of heroin.
The team planned a formal announcement today - as a public warning that the new cellular telephones may in practice be little more secure from eavesdropping than the analog cellular phones in use the past 15 years.
The researchers drew their data from the drivers' cellular telephone records, police accident reports, and interviews with the drivers themselves.
In South Florida, cellular telephones have become a way of life for many business people.

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