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Cell phone ban to start in 2014

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TABLE-India’s mobile user base up 0.4 pct in May at 870.2 mln

Cell phone ban to start in 2014 Mobile_Phone

Governor Quinn signed the cell phone ban today. WCIA 3′s Erica Quednau is keeping you Connected to the Capitol. The law is supposed to cut down on distracted driving crashes. You can talk but it has to be hands free. Starting 2014, if you’d like to make a call while behind the wheel, you will either have to pull over on the side of the road or use Bluetooth. For some, it’s a minor inconvenience.
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Unlocking Mobile Phones’ Hidden Treasure


Below is a table of mobile phone subscriptions in India as of end-May, based on data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (www.trai.gov.in). COMPANY CHANGE(MLN) TOTAL USERS(MLN) Bharti Airtel 0.85 189.65 Vodafone India 0.91 154.69 Reliance Comm 1.20 124.90 Idea Cellular 0.87 123.76 Bharat Sanchar Nigam -0.90 98.07 Tata Teleservices -0.37 65.27 Aircel 0.28 60.36 Unitech Wireless 0.15 32.00 Sistema Shyam TeleServices 0.10 10.11 MTNL -0.01 4.90 Loop Mobile -0.06 2.87 Videocon Telecommunications 0.15 2.29 Quadrant Televentures 0.09 1.44 NOTE: * Active mobile subscriptions in May were 727.92 million, or 83.7 percent of the total connections. * Mobile connections per 100 people, known as tele-density, was at 70.9 in May. Mobile tele-density in urban areas was 139.32, compared with 40.83 in rural areas. * In May, 1.83 million mobile subscribers opted to change their service provider through mobile number portability.
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MEMS for Cell Phones and Tablets


Probably not intentionally. But if you have thrown away an old mobile phone, not realizing that it contains a host of recyclable metals, you are not alone; the average American disposes of a mobile phone every two years, with only one out of ten dismantled and recycled. While the value of the metals in each phone is low, the massive number of phones that end up in landfills or incinerators roughly 135 million in the United States alone in 2010, according to the Environmental Protection Agency amounts to hundreds of millions of dollars of wasted resources annually. Given that mining landfills for mobile phones is expensive and inefficient, consumers need a stronger incentive to recycle their old devices. A compulsory deposit on mobile phones could provide it. Although collection agencies offer cash in exchange for old mobile phones, few people know that they exist.
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Sensor fusion is heating up with its first commercial implementations! As sensor popularity enables new applications, software is key for obtaining the best performance and functionalities. Sensor hubs appeared at the end of 2012, in Windows Phone architectures and also in some Android platforms such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4, which integrate Atmel hub. This greatly impacts the MEMS value chain, since successful products must offer the right level of software and be qualified with sensor hubs in a timely manner.
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