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How your cell phone can be secretly hijacked and used against you

Interesting Videos On Femtocell

LTE: moving from a promising technology to real business

The first mobile phone developed by Ericsson was weighing 40 kg !!!!

Interesting Facts about Mobile phones

The first fully automatic mobile phone system, called MTA (Mobile Telephone system A), was developed by Ericsson and commercially released in Sweden in 1956. This was the first system that did not require any kind of manual control in base stations, but had the disadvantage of a phone weight of 40 kg (90 lb). MTB, an upgraded version with transistors, weighing 9 kg (20 lb), was introduced in 1965 and used DTMF signaling.

The History of the Cell Phone [Video]

Check the below good video from newsweek.com

Home media streaming DLNA explained

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what is WiBro ?

 WiBro (Wireless Broadband) is a wireless broadband Internet technology developed by the South Korean telecoms industry.

HAZARDOUS - Emissions From Cell Phones and Base Stations

Fear of uncertainty still envelopes users of cell phones as to whether radioactive emissions from cell phones really endanger their health.
 

What are Femtocells?

Femtocells are fully featured but very low power mobile phone basestations, connected using standard broadband DSL or Cable service into the mobile operator's network.

How femtocells work ?

We'll explain the details for a 3G UMTS mobile phone system here, because this is the most common technology being used for femtocells today.