As of July 2014, 349 million persons in India use a mobile phone. About 66 million Indians browse the Internet using smartphones and 30 million persons browse using non-smartphone devices. More than 80% of Indian users of Facebook and about 76% of Indians In an effort to create a national biometric database, Pakistani authorities are giving cell phone users an ultimatum: Verify your identity by submitting your fingerprints to the government, or their phone service will be shut off. Mobile use in Pakistan Toronto drivers can now pay for most of their parking needs with a new mobile phone app from Green P Parking. The free Green P Mobile Pay app allows users to pay for parking using their phone at any ungated pay-and-display Green P lot in the city. The concept of health insurance extended to farmers under Yashaswini scheme can be replicated to cover mobile phone users across the country, observed cardiologist Devi Shetty. Dr. Shetty said he had suggested to the Centre that Rs. 20 be collected every Results of a recent Siena Research Institute poll say that 90 percent of New Yorkers use cell phones, and that more than one-fifth of New York homes no longer have landlines. “It’s no surprise that over the last decade or so, cell phone usage has become Just after Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, Fleksy announced that users of either phone would get a free Fleksy keyboard via Samsung Galaxy Gifts. Three days later, it has emerged that Fleksy is not the only perk that will be available .
Telecommunications giant Spark has apologised again after a mobile phone outage hit customers this afternoon. Some Spark customers have experienced trouble making calls, and others reported problems sending texts this afternoon. It’s barely a fortnight Tucked away in a corner on a quiet street, Zamalek Market is the latest arrival to the cozy neighborhood bringing on a Roll up your sleeves. You are about to be immersed in the blissful enjoyment of chocolate world like never before. The shops on 23 Authorities in Pakistan have reportedly issued an ultimatum to all cell phone users in the country, asking them to either verify their identity by submitting their fingerprints to the government or lose their mobile phone services. Hundreds of innocent One of the most troubling uses of surveillance technology in recent years has been the explosion of stingray devices. Stingrays are fake cell phone towers that can be deployed by law enforcement to track individuals. Over the past 18 months we’ve seen an .
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