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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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Google announced Android plans late last year and analysts reacted by saying it could potentially transform the mobile telephone market by providing service supported by advertising instead of subscription fees.
Moreover, the usage of mobile telephones has conspicuously influenced the structure of human relationships and methods of communication; with text messages, picture messages and related technological developments influencing the level and frequency of personalized interactions.
Those who abuse their mobile telephones in this way don't deserve to have one.
They are approached by youths who ask to use their mobile telephones and then attacked.
As well as the suspension of masts until new scientific evidence is gathered, it calls for 'European institutions to produce public awareness raising information for citizens on the possible health risks of using mobile telephones, especially by young children'.
While the use of mobile telephones will remain banned most of the time, the captain may give permission for passengers to use their mobile telephones while the aircraft is still on the ground.
As a result of the new deals, the mobile telephone industry expect record sales, with an estimated one million new customers subscribing before Christmas.
The report draws on extensive primary and secondary research covering over 800 organisations involved in the production and distribution of mobile telephones including mainstream mobile network operators, mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), specialised retailers of consumer electronics, supermarkets, other types of retailer (namely, department stores, DIY outlets, speciality retailers and variety retailers), and manufacturers.
face of the falling average prices of mobile telephones, more and more
The robberies, at the weekend, are the latest in a spate of robberies on women using mobile telephones.
Part of that is to increase its competitiveness by moving from manufacturing mobile telephones into mobile telephone technology and sales and marketing.
According to Sydsvenska Dagbladet, a Swedish newspaper, there may soon be a recommendation from IATA, the international aviation organisation, for the airlines to allow mobile telephones to be used aboard.

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