After Protests, E-Wave Anti-Radiation Chip Pulled
Last week, Omega Pharma announced a new chip that it claimed countered some negative affects created by cell phone radiation. After the announcement, the scientific community protested the chip and its supposed benefits. Omega has decided to pull the chip from store shelves and re-perform some of the tests to verify its claims and will share the results as soon as they are available. Omega didn't say whether or not the chip would again be offered for sale.
9 Ways to Use Your Phone as an Effective Tool When Protesting
An increasing number of people are engaging in politics and social issues worldwide by attending protests and rallies. If you're inclined to join a crowd to make your voice heard, your phone is sure to be a crucial tool throughout what might be a long day.
Facebook's 'Community Help' Tool Lets People Find or Offer Food and Shelter After Crisis
Feb 8, 2017
Facebook today updated its Safety Check functionality with a new way to help people in need of assistance. The Community Help tool is meant to allow users to find and give assistance during times of crisis.
Major Carriers Reveal Project Verify for App Sign-Ins
Sep 13, 2018
The nation's four largest network operators recently provided an update on the progress being made by the Mobile Authentication Taskforce. In September 2017, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless agreed to work together in order to build a better way for people to log-in to apps and other services with their phone.
Jolla Debuts New Phone and Community Device Program
May 27, 2016
Jolla today added another chapter to its resurrection story by announcing a brand new smartphone and device community. The Jolla C is a simple handset that runs Sailfish OS 2.0.
What a bunch of nonsense. 😡
the antenna boost sticker.
Haha! I'd forgotten about those - what a joke.
Is this a dream? Is the world really working this way now?