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This holds just as true for the mobile phone. No tourist visiting Japan can miss the dazzling array of mobile handsets and accessories on display all over Tokyo, and notably in the “electric towns” of “Shibuya” and “Akihabara”. (...) Another important trend in Japan is the use of mobile phones as a fashion accessory. Users have access to a wide variety of colourful tags and stickers that can be used to personalize mobile phones, in line with the latest trend and fashion of the day. (...) There is a general misconception that Japanese people use their mobile phone mostly while commuting. In fact, a large majority (46.2 per cent) of Japanese use their mobile phone at home to make calls (Figure 5.2, left chart).
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Score: 1241883.1 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni/futuremobile/japansneak2.pdf
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Dragana RAONIĆ adviser Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism IV Proleterske 19, Podgorica 81000 Podgorica Montenegro Phone: +382 20 446 233 Mobile: +382 67 203 073 Email: dragana.raonic@mrt.gov.me Mr. Milos SEKULOVIC Advisor Department for Environment Ministry of Sustainble Development and Tourism Rogamska 31 81000 Pdgorica Montenegro Phone: *382020/446-243 Mobile: +382 67 205 157 Email: milos.sekulovic@mrt.gov.me Ms. (...) Goce Delcev 18 1000 Skopje North Macedonia Phone: +38923251504 Mobile: +38975316728 Email: n.rexhepi@moepp.gov.mk Website: www.moepp.gov.mk Ukraine Mr.
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Score: 1240687.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...cial_events/Budva_2019/LoP.pdf
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Results: – Average of 198kWh of power per week (10kWh greater than necessary). – Return on investment period of three years. – MTC could save • roughly 4,580kg CO2 annually versus grid electricity. • an additional 649.25kgs CO2 annually by removing backup Diesel Generators. © GSM Association 2008 Mobile Phone Lifecycle © GSM Association 2008 GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles About 900 million mobile phones sold in 2006. – 50-80% as replacement phones. – About 10% of new customers rely on a ‘used’ phone. (...) GSMA contributing to UNEP Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative to develop guidelines for environmentally sound management. http://www.gsmworld.com/health/wireless/lifecycle.shtml © GSM Association 2008 Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Gartner estimates 1.2 billion mobile phones will be sold in 2008. – Between 50% and 80% are replacement phones. • 50,000 to 82,000 tonnes of replacement chargers each year. (...) Need a more systematic analysis for the wireless sector. http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/climatechange/index.html © GSM Association 2008 Thank You Contact : Dr Jack Rowley Job title : Director Research & Sustainability email address : jrowley@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/health Contact : Dawn Haig-Thomas Job title : Director, GSMA Development Fund email address : dhaigthomas@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund mailto:jrowley@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/health mailto:dhaigthomas@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Frequency Allocations Effect Cell Size Energy Use During Operations Alternative Power Opportunity Case Study – MTC, Namibia Mobile Phone Lifecycle GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Environmental Benefits of Telecommunications Conclusions Thank You
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Score: 1240052 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F0000090013PDFE.pdf
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WiFi). a. Mobile phone a1) via mobile cellular network a2) via other wireless networks (e.g. (...) HH18 Proportion of individuals who own a mobile phone Definition This is the proportion of individuals who own a mobile phone. An individual owns a mobile cellular phone if he/she has a mobile cellular phone device with at least one active SIM card for personal use.
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Score: 1239928.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-IND-ITCMEAS-2014-C1-PDF-E.pdf
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Since 2008, the Department of Telecommunication, has been monitoring international advances and has already taken essential steps to adopt stringent norms for protection from EMF radiation emitted from mobile towers and mobile handsets.  Mobile phones are now an integral part of modern telecommunications. (...) However, increasing use of mobile phones and  lack of data for mobile phone use over time periods longer than 15 years warrants further research of mobile phone use and brain cancer risk. Technical links Fact sheets Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile phones Guidelines Framework for Developing Health-Based EMF Standards Ensuring Safety from Radiations: Mobile Towers and Handsets   Q&A What are electromagnetic fields?
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Score: 1239619.6 - https://www.who.int/india/heal...-topics/electromagnetic-fields
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Instead of sharing a phone number with family members or neighbours, those provided with a Movirtu cloud phone number will be able to use any mobile phone to log in with their own unique number to make and receive individual calls and access critical information and services such as banking or agriculture support. (...) “By providing low-income communities with access to secure mobile accounts and identities, Movirtu is helping to bridge the divide between those that have easy access to mobile phones and those that rely on community phones or paying a borrower’s premium to friends to meet their communication needs,” she added. (...) “It is a basic fact not everyone in the world can afford their own mobile phone,” said Ramona Liberoff, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Strategy and Planning at Movirtu.
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Score: 1239260.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2011/08/383502
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Youth and mobile phones YOUTH AND MOBILE PHONES: SOMETHING MORE THAN A FASHION Santiago Lorente Universidad Politécnica de Madrid slorente40@telefónica.net This paper is a summary of the issue number 57 (June 2002) of the Spanish Journal "Revista de Estudios de Juventud" (Journal of Studies on Youth), entitled "Juventud y Teléfonos Móviles" (Youth and Mobile Phones), issued four times a year by the "Instituto de la Juventud" (Youth Institute), a governmental body belonging to the Ministry of Work and Social Affairs. (...) Low usage because they prefer the internet. The mobile phones are tools for adult professionals. THE MOBILE AS AN OBJECT: -Identitty. (...) Percentage of girls having mobile phone is higher, and the use is more emotional..
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Score: 1239120.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...ers/Paper_Youth_and_mobile.pdf
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Making Mobile Phones and Services Accessible for Persons with Disabilities Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development About ITU-D Projects TDAG WTDC Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-D ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Making Mobile Phones and Services Accessible for Persons with Disabilities Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-D > ITU-D Digital Inclusion > Making Mobile Phones and Services Accessible for Persons with Disabilities Share Page Content 20 ITU-G3ict Report: Making Mobile Phones and Services Accessible for Persons with Disabilities (2012) ​​ ​ ​​​​ ​ The present study compiles and analyses different ways in which mainstream accessible mobile phone technologies and services are already implemented around the world by various stakeholders. It includes a wealth of practical information and case studies which can serve as a foundation to promoting accessible mobile phones and mobile assistive technologies​ for all mobile stakeholders: service providers, handset manufacturers, app developers, business managers, policymakers and regulators.
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Score: 1238695.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D.../Mobile_Phones_Accessible.aspx
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) CAN MOBILE PHONES ACTUALLY IMPROVE HEALTH? The greatest current potential for “mHealth,” as it is called, is in raising awareness about risks and symptoms. (...) That is especially true if mobile-phone-based information is backed up with other forms of support. (...) That is especially true if mobile-phone-based information is backed up with other forms of support.
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Score: 1238212.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/I.../Be_healthy/Documents/faqs.pdf
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More than 60 million Americans use the digital standards known as D-AMPS/TDMA (Digital Advanced Mobile Phone System or Time Division Multiple Access), CDMA or analog phones. (...) Strowbridge considers it may still be at least three years before TDMA and CDMA capability reside in the same handset, coinciding with the appearance of the first third-generation networks, but these will not have national coverage for a long time, giving dual-mode phones a window of several years. Another solution to the mobile incompatibility network and patchy coverage is mobile phones that use satellite communications. (...) Through our partnership with QualComm, we are working on a tri-band phone that can use CDMA, D-AMPS and satellite and, in the longer term, around 2005 we think, our second-generation satellite technology will converge with third-generation mobile.''
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Score: 1237897.1 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tra-08.html
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