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What was one reason he gave for why? 4. How many Americans own cell phones, and how many children 8 to 12 years old use such phones?

July 24, 2008 - Confused about cell phone safety? Many people were after seeing headlines about a controversial memo issued by a prominent cancer expert to his staff recommending limiting cell phone use, especially in kids, because of possible cancer risk. The memo was reportedly sent yesterday by Ronald B. Herberman, MD, director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, to his staff. Media reports about the memo sparked concern among cell phone users and criticism from the wireless industry.

There have been some safety concerns about the potential effects of the radio waves that mobile phones and base stations produce. Weak reception causes the phone to use more energy to communicate with the base station.

Some studies have raised questions that need further exploration, the FDA said. Some people have wondered whether long-term exposure to the low levels of radiation that cell phones emit could pose a safety risk. A debate began in 1993 when a Florida man alleged that cell phone use caused his wife’s brain tumor.

Those studies raised serious questions about cell-phone safety, Carlo told a closed-door meeting of the CTIA’s board of directors, whose members included the CEOs or top officials of the industry’s 32 leading companies, including Apple, AT&T, and Motorola. The World Health Organization classifies cell-phone radiation as a possible carcinogen. The very next day, a livid Tom Wheeler began publicly trashing Carlo to the media.

If your phone has recently taken on the habit of switching off, and on at random times for no fault of an overused battery, then you need to keep an eye out for the spyware technology that maybe someone is spying on your cell phone. How about those evil liberal initiatives for food and drug safety? Public education? Product liability laws?

Cell phone use is a common driver distraction. Did you know technology exists that could prevent many of those crashes and save thousands of lives? Cell phone blocking apps and devices can help drivers stay focused on driving. Battery life: Be sure cell phone blockers won’t leave your smartphone drained.

My Getta Grip phone case has never failed me! It has an elastic piece at the back where you can slip a few fingers in so you can literally get a good grip of your phone. The front of the phone has good protection as well, so it’ll never get scratched or cracked. But the best part about this case is that I’ve never dropped my phone on my face while laying in bed since I purchased it. -VMC.

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It works with various cloud storages, but it does not activate any monitoring software.