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FCC to revise 15 years old cell phone radiation standards

In June 2012, UC FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski brought to attention a notice, suggesting FCC’s cell phone radiation safety standards are out of date. The set of guidelines on safe limits concerning electromagnetic field exposure has last been updated in … Continue reading

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Tablet PCs in schools – a step forward or backward?

Today, more and more schools are deciding to introduce tablet PCs to their students. When compared to regular computers, tablet PCs are portable, practical and simpler to use. It makes studying easier, more fun and it is a good example … Continue reading

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Are teens addicted to their cell phones?

Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project have made a study on how much time teenagers spend on their cell phones. This three part study included seven focus groups with middle and high school groups of teenagers. Teens are … Continue reading

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