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O2 UK, Vodafone and others are launching an environmental assessment for mobile phones

Mobile operators such as O2, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Telia have joined forces today to launch a new industry “Eco-labeling system“, Which aims to help customers identify and compare the most sustainable mobile phones and encourage suppliers to reduce the environmental impact of their devices. In principle, the initiative will assess five key aspects …

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More than 29 million mobile phone owners in the UK could owe money - what?  News

More than 29 million mobile phone owners in the UK could owe money – what? News

More than £ 480 million could be returned to millions of consumers who have bought Apple and Samsung phones in the last five years for violating competition law, reveals Which? Who? acts on behalf of more than 29 million British consumers against technology giant Qualcomm to offset the cost of what? claims that these are …

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The government plans to block cell phone signals when people are in cars

The government plans to block cell phone signals when people are in cars

Mobile phones can be set to automatically stop working in moving cars, making it impossible for drivers behind the wheel to write SMS, make calls or send e-mails. The Ministry of Transport (DfT) is reportedly considering the introduction of a new technology that would block drivers’ telephone signal. This software would make cell phones virtually …

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