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UK's 3 launches phone guide to restaurants, pubs and bars (3G newsroom, Sept 2003): Hutchison's video mobile network 3 has launched a comprehensive guide to restaurants, pubs and bars for its mobile phones. 3 also helps users get to their chosen hang-out through their mobile mapping service. (...) Participants can enter cap codes using their mobile phones to accrue points, or 'Decibels,' in their Decibel Central account on Cokemusic.com. (...) It is in talks with mobile phone network operators and handset makers to use SMS to exchange information and support secure transactions.
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Score: 1232844.4 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...emobile/Content/messaging.html
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B) The second block is composed of existing owners of either a fixed-line telephone or a mobile phone (or both) but not an Internet connection. There are almost twice as many mobile phones worldwide as Internet users, so it can be assumed that the minimum number of users in this category is at least 655 million (global mobile phone users minus global Internet users), though it is almost certainly higher as some of the Internet users included in category A) probably do not own a fixed- line phone or mobile (e.g., students who access the Internet from school or university). (...) Potential addressable market, around 2 billion users Internet on mobile Internet on fixed-line broadband Internet on fixed-line dial-up (subscription) Other Internet users Low income, 6% Lower- middle income, 19% Upper- middle income, 7% High income, 68% Fixed-line + mobile in household Fixed-line but no mobile in household Mobile, but no fixed- line in household Other access to a fixed-line or mobile (e.g., in extended family, at work) Low income, 27% Lower- middle income, 54% Up-mid, 4% High income, 15% Fixed-line + mobile but no Internet Fixed-line, but no Internet or mobile Mobile phone, but no fixed-line or Internet Low, 2% Lower- middle income, 49% Upper- middle income, 10% High income, 39% Note: Values are indicative and estimated rather than accurate.
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Score: 1232485.4 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/pu...rtableinternet/sample%20PI.pdf
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PMNCH | World's Largest Nutrition Education Program Launches in India, Courtesy of the Mobile phone Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media World's Largest Nutrition Education Program Launches in India, Courtesy of the Mobile phone 7 JULY 2015 | NEW DELHI, INDIA World's Largest Nutrition Education Program Launches in India...Courtesy of the Mobile 10 million girls and young women in India will now be able to learn how to protect themselves and their children against malnutrition thanks to a new initiative that will provide much-needed nutrition education directly to them on their mobile phones. (...) If we cannot find transformative solutions to India’s nutrition challenges, we cannot achieve global health goals, period,” Greenslade said. With mobile phone users in India forecast to rise to more than 730 million by 2017, reaching women with basic health education through their mobile phones may well be the most transformative development solution available. (...) A recent comment in the distinguished medical journal, The Lancet, called on content providers, mobile phone manufacturers, network operators, application developers, and international health organizations to work together to directly empower citizens in low-resource settings with essential, accessible, actionable health-care knowledge, on their mobile phones which could open up a new chapter in global health.
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Score: 1232060.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/news/2015/mobile/en/
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The methodology and results of the tests event will feed into an ongoing process to refine the standards under the leadership of ITU-T Study Group 12 (Performance, QoS and QoE). All tested mobile phones in narrowband and wideband mode respond with “ok” to the “AT+NREC=0” command, indicating that the internal signal processing (noise reduction, echo cancellation) is disabled. (...) Only approximately 40% of the tested mobile phones can be regarded as fully transparent, as required. (...) Additional tests without sending the “AT+NREC=0” command to the mobile phones (relevant for Bluetooth®headsets also communicating with mobile phones via the Hands-Free Profile) found that approximately 25% of the mobile phones disabled internal signal processing even without being requested to do so.
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Score: 1231190 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...ile-tests/Testing_results.aspx
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In addition, mobile phones are personal devices that we carry with us all the time and are always connected, leaving a digital trace behind. (...) A framework to share best practices among mobile phone operators and world recognized research teams would be extremely helpful in this regard. (...) The Guardian. September 2013. [5]"Mobile Phone Data can help predict Crime one Month in Advance" Motherboard.
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Score: 1231152.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...s/events/wtis2014/003INF-E.pdf
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Agayev Str. 100-A AZ1073 Baku Azerbaijan Phone: +994 12 598 3954 Mobile: +994503154153 Fax: +994 12 492 5907 Email: mabdulhasanov@gmail.com Mr. Rafig VERDIYEV Scientific Research Hydromet Institute and ECORES, Azerbaijan 36, Huseynbala Aliyev St., Apt 52, 3-rd Mikrodistrict AZ-1111 Baku Azerbaijan Phone: +994 125 513 16 87 Mobile: +9947 03 4958 84 Email: rafig2000@mail.ru Belarus Ms. (...) Colombo 44 00147 Rome Italy Phone: +39 06 5722 8185 Mobile: +393287573318 Fax: +390683391038 Email: Alessandra.fidanza@gmail.com, fidanza.alessandra@minambiente.it Website: www.minambiente.it Kazakhstan Ms.
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Score: 1230960.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...articipants_Minsk_Workshop.pdf
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Mobile Subscriptons Ownership & Usage The importance of mobile-phone ownership as an empowerment tool has been recognized in the SDGs. • In half of the economies with available data, more than 75 per cent of the population owns a mobile phone. • A significant part of the population in developing countries may be using a mobile phone without owning it. Why do people not own or use mobile phones? Barriers 1/3 • Affordability is the main barrier to mobile uptake. • The lack of perceived benefits of mobilephone ownership among some segments of the population is one of the reasons most cited for not owning a mobile phone. Barriers 2/3 • Despite the high mobile-network coverage, including in the developing world, poor network quality as a barrier to mobile uptake. • Lack of ICT skills is a barrier for some individuals who do not own a mobile phone.
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Score: 1230918.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...n%203%20_Randall%20Trevino.pdf
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Mobile phones as a platform for ubiquitous societies: the case of youth MOBILE PHONES AS A PLATFORM FOR UBIQUITOUS SOCIETIES: The case of Youth ITU WORKSHOP ON UBIQUITOUS NETWORK SOCIETIES GENEVA, 6-8 APRIL 2005 Santiago Lorente Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain slorente40@telefonica.net FIXED PHONE AND MOBILE PHONE PENETRATION IN SPAIN, 1924-2002 0 500 100 150 200 250 300 19 24 19 26 19 28 19 30 19 32 19 34 19 36 19 38 19 40 19 42 19 44 19 46 19 48 19 50 19 52 19 54 19 56 19 58 19 60 19 62 19 64 19 66 19 68 19 70 19 72 19 74 19 76 19 78 19 80 19 82 19 84 19 86 19 88 19 90 19 92 19 94 19 96 19 98 20 00 Year FIXED MOBILE SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION, WITHIN HUMAN COMMUNICATION SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, WITHIN HUMAN HISTORY Telephone is more personal than portable: - Many calls take place from/to the bedroom - Young people want privacy and avoid parental control - Young people love personalising the gadget; a jewel more than a prosthesis Primary group, peer group, gangs, smart mobs (Seattle, Manila, Madrid…): - Compulsory communication drive - Compulsory group membership Compulsory group identification Action drive (antiglobalization, ousting Presidents) Virtual brotherhood: - Small family size. - Loneliness leads to communication Family "fision" SON DAUGHTER MOTHER FRIENDS FRIENDS FRIENDS FRIENDS FRIENDSFATHER Digital leash, GPS: - Parental drive for spatial control. Big Brother. - Simulacrum: parents think they control children; children think they are free from parents - Most likely, parents are ignorant of virtual spaces visited by children Contents of calls/SMS messages: - Mostly dating, appointments, which prepare further face- to-face contacts - Mundane conversations - Mobile phone facilitates first gender encounters SMS language: - The same worldwide: - Abbreviations Numbers instead of letters Adult fear about spoiling language THE MADRID CASE: THE ROLE OF MOBILE PHONES AS COMMUNICATION MASS MEDIUM: Emotional atmosphere: Iraki war, terrorist attacks (11-M), governmental lie Emotional response: manifestations before governmental political party headquarters (13-M) voting opposition leader (14-M) Mobile phone: Broadcasting (more effective than TV & radio) Starting tool for the ubiquitous society FORESCASTING THE FUTURE YOUTH ADULT ELDERLY ADULT YOUTH YOUTH T1 TODAY T2 TOMORROW T3 THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW
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Score: 1228981.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...entations/12_lorente_youth.pdf
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To date, nearly 100,000 people use mobile phones in Bangladesh, including a few in remote villages. (...) In nearly three years of operation, GP has extended this innovative mobile phone scheme to more than 700 rural women. (...) The sources say the number of mobile phones in Bangladesh should double by the end of 2000.
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Score: 1228568.3 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tem-04.html
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Box 94 FIN-01301 Vantaa Finland Phone : +358 205-644224 Mobile : +358 405-709307 Fax : +358 205-644319 Email : juha.makinen@metsa.fi Mr. (...) H-1054 Budapest Hungary Phone : + 36 1 3743220 Mobile : +36 3 030-34578 Fax : + 36 1 3743206 Email : kolozs.laszlo@aesz.hu Mr. (...) Box 2109 22630 Front Royal/ Virginia United States of America Phone : +540 635-6591 Mobile : +202 412-8133 Ms.
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Score: 1227820.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ocs/fcn-mailing-list-nov08.pdf
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