Cell Phones Ban The Bans
974 wordsA young girl riding in her mothers car is killed when a driver, talking on his cell phone, runs a stop sign in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Further south in a suburb of Camden, New Jersey, a driver ploughs through a group of pedestrians. An elderly couple dies as a result of his efforts to retrieve a dropped cigarette. In western Ohio, a driver causes serious injury to a father and son on their way home from a fishing expedition. The offending driver was changing stations on his radio and unkno...
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Millions Of People Cell Phones
675 wordsSociety is constantly changing. As time goes by, objects that represent our society change. The world is growing in size and diversity at an extremely fast rate. Certain objects represent our modern society such as cell phones, Weight Watcher Shakes, ESPN, and Internet business. Millions of people are communicating by a means of cell phones everyday. Talk to anyone and they have a cell phone or are thinking of purchasing one. One of the reasons as to why they are so popular, is the because of th...
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Cellular Telephones Cell Phone
1,931 wordsBOSTON A driver chatting into a cell phone as the car whizzes down the road is becoming a more common sight in this age of telecommunications. State legislators and federal officials agree that the use of cellular telephones while driving poses a distraction which may lead to car accidents. But they acknowledge that little is being done to address the issue. "Anything that takes your eyes off the road is a hazard, " state Rep. Reed Hillman, R-Sturbridge, said. But Hillman, former head of the Mas...
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Phones While Driving Traffic Accidents
571 wordsDriving can be a dangerous endeavor. If you add speeding, drinking and driving or talking on the cell phone, it can become deadly. Speeding is one of the most common causes of traffic accidents. Alcohol is also a leading cause of deadly accidents. And one of the most controversial distractions right now is the use of cell phones while driving. Even without distractions, you are operating a 2000 lb machine at speeds of 40 to 70 miles per hour. Speeding is one of the major concerns of driving. It ...
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Cell Phone Five Cents
846 wordsHave you heard of the cell phone? A great technological advancement to many people right, or is it? Imagine you talking on a cell phone with one of you closest friends. Then your phone starts to break up, and then you are disconnected from the person you were talking to. This is only one of the many disadvantages of owning a cell phone. When owning a cell phone the most common disadvantages are the cost, the problem of unclear reception, and the accidents caused by the cell phone. Cell phones mi...
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Federal Communications Commission Cellular Phones
1,595 wordsThe war over the health hazards of cellular phones is beginning to mount. The idea that cellular phones possibly cause cancer became an issue in 1993 when a gentleman sued a cell phone manufacturer saying that the phone caused his wifes brain tumor and eventual death (Greenwald, 67). Both sides of the issue continue to blur into one gray area. The battle lines, no longer clearly defined. Research is being undertaken through every organization from The American Cancer Society to the FDA. Although...
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Shifting Technology From Pagers To Cellular Phones
1,239 wordsPeople like to stay in touch and because of technology we have many ways to communicate with one another. Because of the inventions of the telephone, cellular phone, and also the Internet like e-mail and instant messenger we can talk any time. What is popular today is that people can communicate anywhere. The invention of the pager and cellular phone now allow people to talk anywhere. Pagers and cellular phones have been growing and more people have them over the last 15 years. Which one is goin...
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Cell Phones Cellular Phones
524 wordsThere are many advantages and disadvantages in having a cellular phone. Cell phones have some advantages over disadvantages. Today, cellular have made peoples view on them change. They have gone from becoming a nuisance to being a necessity in their pockets and purses. Cellular phones were considered a nuisance because they were distracting drivers and causing car accidents and killing people. First, a disadvantage of a having a cell phones is they can cause car accidents in two ways. For exampl...
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Cell Phone Hand Held
785 words[/b] New York has passed a law banning the use of hand-held mobile telephones while driving. This law states "no person shall operate a motor vehicle upon a public highway while using a mobile telephone to engage in a call while such vehicle is in motion." Using a hand held cell phone is defined as holding a mobile telephone to, or in immediate proximity of, the users ear. As of December 1, 2001, using a hand-held mobile telephone while driving, for other than contact with emergency or medical p...
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Kodak Competing In The Digital Age
2,150 wordsKODAK-COMPETING IN THE DIGITAL AGE (1) Since the time when Eastman Kodak Company was founded in 1892, it always strived to maintain a customer friendly reputation, which was one of the most important factors that enabled Company to remain competitive on the market of photographic equipment, up until today. Kodak's advertisement campaigns always emphasize on the easiness with which Companys products can be used. In its turn, this made many people to associate Kodak with the scientific progress, i...
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Playing Video Games Cell Phones
2,269 wordsHow has Technology Impacted Parenting? (1) The fast pace of technological progress in recent years had a great affect on parenting, despite the fact that the process of childrens upbringing is traditionally associated with conservative values. We can even say that the concept of parenting is now being transformed to have an entirely new meaning. Children are becoming increasingly independent of their parents, because the realities of post-modern living result in situation when the notion of pare...
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Phone While Driving Cell Phone
1,079 wordsDangers of Cell Phone Use The use cellular phone has extended like wild fire in the recent decade. It has become an integral part of everyday life for many American citizens, and a great number of people depend on them to perform daily operations. Unluckily, many of these daily operations take place while the individual is driving. Cell phones and other kinds of wireless communication also generate distractions and boost a drivers risk on the road. The use of cell phones create a risk for societ...
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801 wordsPhone use in Cars The use of cell phones in cars remains a topic of ongoing discussion between those who think that it is fully justifiable and those whore strongly opposed against it. Just like any social issue, it prompts people to draw conclusions that very rarely have anything to do with the essence of the problem, in the first place. The promoters of safety are using the same set of arguments that are applicable, when they want to analyze just about anything. They say that use of mobile pho...
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Percent Per Year Brain Cancer
870 wordsCancer From Cell Phones By: Violent J. Young E-mail: Do cellular phones cause cancer? As I walk through the doors at Circuit City I look around at all the customers shopping throughout the store and wonder which one will ask the question first. I sell cellular phones, and many customers are concerned with getting cancer from the phones. In recent years, many scientists have conducted tests, which show that cell phones can cause cancer over a period of time. Many shows on television have talked a...
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Cell Phone Interpersonal Communication
2,508 wordsThe new millennium has finally arrived and technological advancements are still being made at a rate faster than is often conceivable. Among the various inventions and discoveries of the modern era is one that has already become a mediocre item to the average individual the cell phone. As one takes a stroll down the street, grabs a bite to eat, or simply takes a single step into the outside world, one may realize that nearly each and every individual is affected by the cell phone phenomenon. Cel...
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Phone While Driving Cellular Phones
858 wordsThe use of cellular phones has spread like wild fire in the last ten years. It has become a part of everyday life for many American citizens, and a good number of people depend on them to carry out daily operations. Unfortunately, many of these daily operations occur while the individual is driving. As a result, many accidents have taken place in the last ten years due to the use of cellular phones while on the road. This leads me to believe that if people can t concentrate on the road while tal...
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Alarm Clock Cellular Telephone
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Cause Bad Credit Killed Many People Cell
508 wordsThe terrifying effects on cell phones It s hard to stay safe in the world today. It s not even safe to drive or walk down the street. Cell phones have caused a number of wrecks and have killed many people. They also have a tendency to cause bad credit and are expensive. The most important effect that cell phones have is technical difficulty. Many states have started banding driving while talking on a cell phone. Forty five percent of wrecks are caused due to talking on cell phones. They distract...
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Cell Phones Cellular Phones
1,034 wordsCellular Phones 101 Each day about 30, 000 people in the United States sign up for and start using a cellular phone. Therefore it is likely that you or someone you know has a cell phone and uses it on a regular basis. They are such great gadgets with a cell phone you can talk to almost anyone from just about anywhere, because about 80 % of the U. S. has coverage (Dang). But have you ever wondered how a cell phone works? One of the most interesting things about a cell phone is that it is really a...
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