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  1. The Terrors of the Cell Phone - The Orator of the Future

    , 09-10-2008 at 11:49 AM
    Cell phones have drastically changed the way we communicate. Like the leap from agricultural to industrial, the jump from wired to wireless phones is equally significant. For many of us, the cell phone is an element of our wardrobe. Wireless phones have created social and structural standards that have changed our communication expectations; we now live and work in a global society that operates on a 24-hour schedule. The wireless phone has created an expectation of immediacy; unlike its land line ...

    Updated 02-07-2010 at 05:48 PM by tavenger5

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  2. Mobile manners: The 7 rules of cell phone etiquette

    , 04-01-2009 at 12:37 PM
    by Rose Laden

    Cell phone use is on the rise. Take a look around the next time youíre waiting in line to see one of the 1.2 billion cell phones that were sold throughout the world in 2008. The omnipresent mobile device is here to stay, giving users the power to communicate in ways that, until recently, seemed unimaginable. Multi-tasking has taken on a whole new meaning, as consumers grocery shop while paying bills, conduct business on the train and make appointments while ...

    Updated 04-01-2009 at 02:18 PM by tavenger5

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  3. Mobile Filmmaking

    , 08-26-2009 at 12:11 PM
    I'm curious to know if you think there's a future in Mobile filmmaking. Whether in films that are shot on mobile phones, or films that are designed to be viewed on the really small screen like your ipod or phone. Have any of you ever made a mobile film before?

    I think there is. And not just because I work at Mobile Film Festival, but because most people have cell phones and/or ipods. It just seems like it would be convenient. It also opens up a whole new genre of filmmaking ...
    Tags: film, mobile
    Cell Phones , LG , Nokia , Samsung , Sony Ericsson
  4. Nokia security reset

    , 02-21-2012 at 03:40 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by camstuf View Post
    The default security code for all Nokia phones is 12345. If you've forgotten it then your only choice is a system reset. You may need to take it to a Nokia Care Point along with proof of ownership (invoice in your name with the phone's IMEI printed on it).

    Updated 02-21-2012 at 03:43 PM by camstuf

  5. Download Top 5 Free Wi-Fi Hacking Software

    , 04-25-2012 at 03:45 PM
    There are lot of program and trick that can be used to do Wi-Fi hacking. In here I will provide 5 supporting tool for Wi-Fi hacking which you can use and learn. The most important is we have to be able to optimize and mastered the tool that we use in trying to do Wi-Fi Hacking


    The function of this tool is to detect and identify at all the open wireless, also wireless network which didnít use SSID. By using this tool, in just minutes you can identify all the network ...
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