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Is your cell phone killing you?

For decades now scientists have been debating whether the radiation emitted from cell phones is causing permanent damage to the brains of people who use them. A new government funded study by the National Institutes of Health seems to suggest it is doing something, but scientists are not quite certain what that is.

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Let’s be clear: according to researchers the electromagnetic radiation produced by a cell phones affects glucose metabolism. When glucose metabolism inside your brain goes up, cells get activated. The complete study was published in the Journal of American Medical Association and includes the caveat that while they … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

How the iPhone Has Changed the Way We Communicate

It’s no surprise, but the Apple iPhone has been one of the most widely used smart phones internationally. The iPhone was first released to the market back June 2007, offered solely to AT&T customers as a combination between a widescreen iPod, cell phone and pocket device. Since the release, over 1 million iPhones were sold in just three months time. By June 2008, Apple launched the iPhone 3G and in just three days, over 1 million were purchased. A year later, the iPhone 3Gs was available and within two days, over 1 million were sold to new and existing Apple … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

Mobile Phones In The Car- Distraction Or Okay?

The mobile phone usage in the car debate is one that has been talked about for years and there are already a lot of countries including UK, China, Poland, Australia and Brazil that have already said yes to ban the use of mobile phones in the car.

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The main country that is yet to say yes on a whole is the USA and this currently is put down to the individual states voting independently to make a decision. States like Alabama, Idaho and Delaware are all still saying no to a ban whereas other states like California, Washington and New … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

Dangerous Driver Dialing Could Soon Be A Thing Of The Past

Even before the law was changed in Britain regarding the use of mobile phones while driving it struck me that using your mobile while driving was somewhat mad. Let’s look at dangerous driver dialing.

Dangerous Driving Dialing

Sane people wouldn’t read a book or write in their diaries while driving but people do send and receive texts while behind the wheel, an activity which now comes under the provision of driving without due care and attention. The law was changed before the explosion of mobile internet handsets, I can just imagine the chaos that’d be caused by people tweeting and updating their Facebook … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

Essential Car Gadgets You Should Own

The Ionhub charger can simultaneously charge s...
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If you spend so much time in your car that it feels like a second home, then why not buy some gadgets to make your drive that much easier and fun? There are so many great car gadgets out on the market today. Here are four essential car gadgets you really should think about getting.

Cell phone charger

Everybody forgets to charge their cell phone sometimes. Hopefully, the juice left in the battery will last you the entire day, but sometimes cell phones go dead at the most inopportune times – like right before you need to … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

The Pros and Cons of Wireless Broadband in Australia

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The pros and cons of wireless broadband in Australia

Wireless broadband services relatively new in Australia in the grand scheme of things, and whilst fixed line broadband has now been around for a number of years wireless broadband services have only become popular over the past couple of years. Wireless broadband is a technology that is ideal for people on the go, and these days is used by both casual and business users across Australia.

Whilst wireless broadband has undoubtedly become an invaluable tool for many people that have become reliant on being able to access the internet wherever and … Read more at Reverse Cell Phones

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