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mobile device

A mobile device generally refers to a cellphone, smartphone or tablet. Depending on context, the term may encompass laptop computers or other portable, electronic products. See mobile platform, mobile device management, mobile compatibility, mobile device vendor control and how to select a mobile device.
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The pony plunged forward, but the strong, heavy hand held the pretty creature back with force almost enough to break its jaw, while the whip still cut into him.
His right hand held her left, and he pressed her arm close against his heart as he leaned down towards her.
She reached out for the check-cord, but a strong hand held hers.
So Sir Arthur and Merlin alight, and tied their horses to two trees, and so they went into the ship, and when they came to the sword that the hand held, Sir Arthur took it up by the handles, and took it with him.
The next moment the master arrived, and with one hand held White Fang, while the father called off the dogs.
RICHARD PAUL RUSSELL is proud to be the UK distributor of Kestrel hand held weather meters.
Government statistics show that the use of hand held mobile phones by car drivers between September, 2006, and August, 2007, dropped by nearly a half, while Halfords research shows that almost six million drivers are now using a hands-free phone, but this represents only 17 per cent of all motorists.
STILTS - walking on sticks, either hand held or strapped to your legs.
Hand Held Products has integrated its Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.0 into its Dolphin 9500 and 7900 Series mobile computers.
In addition to its innovative hand held software, CBRE has also redesigned its entire comprehensive market information system now called PropertyView.
The AA Motoring Trust said that the ban on hand held mobiles while driving was supported by 93 per cent of motorists.