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  1. Your Cell Phone.. A Mobile Wallet

    , 03-24-2011 at 04:24 AM
    Your making calls, your texting, your emailing, your doing Facetime/video calls, your shooting videos, your taking photos, and now paying bills. We also can do banking, credit cards swiping, and retrieve coupons.

    It seems our Cell Phones have become a Mobile Wallet.

    Beware of hidden fees, paying on line/internet by-way of computer or cell phones have establish a money maker for companies.

  2. Cell Phone Thoughts

    , 10-10-2010 at 06:55 AM
    What's more annoying... listening to someone talking on a cell phone... or listening to someone talking on a speaker cell phone.

    Do people really need to TEXT and TALK, can they just stop and stand still while TEXTING.

    With texting the new tend of instant communication, do people really need to to use AIM programs, not to mention Push-to-talk.. emails.. and if you remember the OLD Phone Call.

    Are Blue-Tooth Ear Pieces really that cool to wear.
  3. Where's Your Cell Towers Located... Find Them Here

    , 07-01-2010 at 12:13 PM
    Check out your coverage zone...

    Check out your Dead zones...

    Cell Phone Coverage Maps - AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon - Mobiledia

    Cell Phones , Providers
  4. Old Fashion Phonebooks

    , 05-24-2010 at 06:07 AM
    Ok... who still uses phonebooks, who still flips the pages looking for last names in alphabetical order.

    I can't remember the last time i looked in a phone book for information... yes the INTERNET took over.

    I remember a time when i looked in a phonebook for everything... now i just speak-it into my cell phone.

    I guess the tree huggers a happy.

    Only about one of every nine households uses the hard-copy listings anymore, ...
  5. Are You Annoyed By Public Cell Phone Conversations

    , 05-21-2010 at 05:22 AM
    A study shows... that overhearing a cell phone conversation affects the attention we use in our daily tasks, including driving

    These results suggest that a driver's attention can be impaired by a passenger's cell phone conversation," according to the study.

    Since halfalogues really are more distracting and you can't tune them out, this could explain why people are irritated

    We have less control to move away our attention from half a conversation ...