There are currently several hundred mobile phone models on sale. But they all fundamentally differ from each other only in design, feature set and price. In the general case, the action is the same for them and the consumer just stupidly throws money away for functions that are unlikely to be regularly used in full. Photo: pixabay.com The ideal option is to purchase a device based on your needs. But here the tricky tariff system of cellular network owners comes into play, which, under various pretexts, forces us to pay for what we absolutely do not need.
According to some experts, a kind of dead end advertising business has formed: the more new models are praised, the less they are bought. And this is understandable, as the consumer begins to grow smart. As a result of this, mobile device manufacturers are beginning to grow wiser and adapt to consumer demands. Smartphones will look like legos or computers with open hardware configuration with hardware. Continue reading
Currently, no one has proven that exposure from cellular communications can provoke some serious illness, but the suspense is even more worrying. Many also notice increased fatigue when using smartphones, phones, tablets, modems and routers. Let’s try to figure this out?
The point of view of science Cellular communication is based on the use of microwave radiation of high-frequency waves (microwave). Favorite microwave ovens work on this principle. High-frequency waves can perfectly heat products. The same thing happens with body tissues that fall under their influence. This can have a certain effect on the human body, including nerve cells, brain neurons, and the lens of the eye. This issue is rather controversial, because there is very little information about such studies. “Too little time has passed to draw conclusions” – a replicated stamp. Continue reading
It seems that most recently with the word “telephone” we only imagined the apparatus on the table hanging on the wall or in a special booth on the street. But times have changed a lot, and now almost everyone is happy with the presence of an electronic device, which is most often called just a mobile phone. There is no such device unless in the dense taiga, where the nearest cell tower is hundreds of kilometers away. Photo: Depositphotos In a word, we all now live in a period of continuous “pocket” telephony. But here’s an interesting incident.
About fifteen years ago, in the youth environment (and not only there!) There was a fashion to “measure” the size of mobile phones. Steeper was the one that in the minimum volume had the same thing as having larger devices. At the same time, the issue of the number of SIM cards in the compared devices was somehow not discussed at all. But the fact was that sold single-cell phones. In any case, only such models came from the West to the republics of the former USSR long before the comparisons mentioned above. With not very high demand for them (the pleasure was too expensive), they accumulated in lots at warehouses, and then were “imposed” on customers through aggressive advertising. Continue reading