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2011-03-19 00:00:28

Superior quality msnBatteryâ“ž¢ batteries for BlackBerry phones are now available Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) March 18, 2011 OnTrionâ“ž¢ had recently made an announcement of their own trademarked range of batteries called msnBatteryâ“ž¢. Latest development is that msnBatteryâ“ž¢ batteries for the BlackBerry phones have got the approval of Federal Communications Commission (FCC),...

2010-07-24 07:44:01

The wireless industry filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco in US District Court on Friday to halt a law that requires cell phone stores to post how much radio energy each model emits. The law, first of its kind in the US, is being contested by CTIA - The Wireless Association. The group said the law will mislead consumers into thinking that one phone may be safer than another on the basis of radiation measurements. Studies have not convincingly found that cell phone radiation is...

2010-07-23 14:39:00

WASHINGTON, July 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, CTIA-The Wireless Association® filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court Northern District of California San Francisco Division to block enforcement of the San Francisco "Cell Phone Right-to-Know" ordinance. The ordinance challenges the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) determination that all FCC-compliant wireless handsets are safe by mandating that retailers post Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) values. The...

2008-01-18 10:45:00

On Thursday, the U.S. National Research Council advised that researchers should study more children and pregnant women in an attempt to figure out if cell phones or other wireless devices could cause health problems.Reuters indicates that a few studies have indicated a possible link between mobile telephone use and brain tumors, while far more show no connection. But since wireless devices have now become omnipresent, researchers wants to ensure that they have no effect on health.According to...

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