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What mobile phones mean for refugees
What do refugees use their mobile phones for? And what does it mean for aid workers in reception camps? The Leiden Center for Innovation studied this issue together with researchers from Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Data & Society.
Moon to get first mobile phone network
The Moon will get its first mobile phone network next year, enabling high-definition streaming from the lunar landscape back to earth, part of a project to back the first privately funded Moon mission.
UCLA launches high-tech ‘mobile stroke unit’
An academic medical center at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has launched the first ‘mobile stroke unit’ (MSU) on the West Coast of the US to bring the hospital to the patient, potentially leading to higher survival rates and better outcomes for patients.
Mobile phone use while pregnant not linked to child neurodevelopment problems
Mobile phone use during pregnancy is unlikely to have any adverse effects on child neurodevelopment, according to new research published in the open access journal BMC Public Health.
Mobile site helps parents teach kids to manage money
Managing money can be challenging for many adults, and an even more difficult task is teaching financial literacy to their children, but a Utah-born financial planner has developed a solution that could help parents show their kids the basics of earning, saving and investing their hard-earned dollars.
Iran builds first mobile power plants in Middle East
Iranian industrial group Iran Power Plant Projects Management Company (MAPNA) constructed two 25-MW mobile power plants for the first time in the Middle East.
5b mobile phone users in 2017
The number of mobile phone users globally will surpass five billion by the middle of 2017, according to a study released by GSMA, the association of mobile operators.
Mobile phones to get their own built-in fire extinguishers
A lithium-ion battery has been designed which has a built-in fire extinguisher that is able to able to put out a blaze in less than a second.
Mobile phones could become virtually useless in cars
In the future you may not be able to use a mobile phone in a moving car.
Mobile devices in bedroom rob kids of sleep
Good night, sleep tight, and don’t look into that tablet light.
UK mobile phone users face 'unacceptable' signal coverage
A report by MPs reveals mobile phone coverage in Britain has not improved significantly since 2014, when the then-government agreed to a £5 billion investment deal with Mobile Network Operators (MNOs).
Mobile fridge could save millions of lives worldwide
A 22-year-old British student has invented a mobile fridge that could save millions of lives across the world.
Mobile scan and pay technology could promote supermarket theft
Allowing customers to scan products and pay for them using their own mobile phones or iPads is becoming an increasingly common sight in retail outlets.
First rural mobile doll museum launched
The first mobile museum of dolls and toys was launched at an ancient hosseinieh (a prayer or religious center) in Ardebilak Village, Qazvin Province.
Mobile phones 'transforming' Africa
The rapid spread of mobile phones across Sub-Saharan Africa is transforming the region, but record levels of growth are due to slow sharply, an industry report said.

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