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  1. AT&T Changes Upgrade And Payment Options To Compete With T-Mobile - Huffington Post
  2. Urine Can Power Cell Phones - Laboratory Equipment
  3. New way to charge your cell phone: Human urine - Firstpost
  4. Why are US cell carriers suddenly pushing you to upgrade faster? For the money - Ars Technica
  5. Sandhya Singh murder : Mobile phone records misled cops - Hindustan Times
  6. Human urine can charge cell phone, claim scientists - Financial Express
  7. Injuries Increase among Pedestrians Using Mobile Phones: New York Personal ... - DigitalJournal.com (press release)
  8. Curbing India's booming population, one mobile phone at a time - Devex
  9. Serial mobile phone thief barred from all pubs and coffee houses across ... - Islington Gazette
  10. Do mobile phones lead to 'digital dementia'? - TG Daily
  11. Mobile phone runs off pee-powered battery charger - TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk (blog)
  12. AT&T's Next program offers yearly phone upgrades, competes with T-Mobile ... - ZDNet
  13. World's first urine mobile phone charger - E&T magazine
  14. Soon, mobile phones to get powered with pee - Deccan Chronicle
  15. Android 4.3 found on Nexus 4 bought off Craiglist - CNET Asia
  16. Fostering financial inclusion with mobile banking - Ghana Business News
  17. Urine-powered mobile phone a reality with new microbial fuel cells - Belfast Telegraph
  18. T-Mobile blasts AT&T for copying phone upgrade plan - Los Angeles Times
  19. Verizon adds phone upgrade plan to compete with AT&T, T-Mobile - NBCNews.com (blog)
  20. What a relief: Scientists have found a way of charging a mobile phone with urine - Mirror.co.uk
  21. Mobile phones & the death of good manners - Times of Oman
  22. How to spot hidden cell phone fees on your next bill - Fox News
  23. Now, human pee can charge your cell phone - Hindustan Times
  24. 'Urine could charge mobile phones' - Belfast Telegraph
  25. British scientists find human urine is capable of recharging mobile phones - ABC Online
  26. The Mobile Device Market is Undergoing a Seismic Shift - Investopedia
  27. Lumia 925 available in Singapore on July 20 - CNET Asia
  28. British startup Azuri hits velocity with pay-as-you-go solar cell phone tech ... - GigaOM
  29. What Will Mobile Giants Do With All of Those Used Phones? - Benzinga
  30. VIDEO: Urine used to power mobile phones - This is Bristol
  31. HTC One review: a fantastic high-end Android smartphone - PC Advisor
  32. T-Mobile to allow frequent phone upgrades for fee - Nashua Telegraph
  33. Samsung is trying everything else, why not a flip phone? - CNET
  34. Urine mobile phone charger 'a world first' - E&T magazine
  35. Art Lebedev Studio launches 90s-style mobile phone - The Calvert Journal
  36. CPR Brentwood, Missouri Grand Opening on July 19th - STLtoday.com
  37. UPDATE 1-NEC talks on Lenovo mobile phone venture stalled -source - Reuters
  38. Fostering financial inclusion with mobile banking in Africa - Ghana Business News
  39. Cell Phone-Cancer Link to Be Revisited - Discovery News
  40. Bristol boffins develop wee idea for charging mobile phones - ITProPortal
  41. Google's Eric Schmidt Talks Mobile Phones, Privacy and the Future - Haute Living
  42. T-Mobile: if you buy a phone with 'UnCarrier' and cancel, you own it -- but ... - Engadget
  43. Brits Saved Over $30.5 Million Through Leading Mobile Phone Recycling ... - PR Web (press release)
  44. Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini review - CNET UK
  45. 'Urine could charge mobile phones' Bristol Robotics Laboratory. Credit: BristolUWE - Irish Independent
  46. Yahoo mobile Internet apps to focus on mobile phones users in India - India Today
  47. Cigarettes, cell phones and other carcinogens - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)
  48. Banning mobile phones from shops is the last thing that retailers want to do - The Independent (blog)
  49. Summary Care Records to be available on mobile phones - Pulse
  50. Boffins power mobile phone using human urine - Inquirer
  51. The iblazr Flash Will Light Up Your Mobile Phone Pics - Mashable
  52. BBB tips for securing your mobile device - Better Business Bureau (blog)
  53. How Consumers Use Local Search on Their Mobile Phones - MarketingProfs.com (subscription)
  54. Summary Care Records to be available on mobile phones | News Article | Pulse ... - Pulse
  55. Human Urine Charges Mobile Phones? British Scientists Prove It - Design & Trend
  56. LG Aligns Premium Smartphones Behind New G Name - HEXUS
  57. Human urine can charge mobile phones, claim scientists - Kashmir Times
  58. PCR van staff in Delhi to be equipped with mobile phones - Hindustan Times
  59. Being productive on your mobile at home and work - Phones Review
  60. Don't Flush That Piss, Urine Could Power Your Mobile Phone Charger (VIDEOS ... - International Business Times AU
  61. Bristol University boffins dream up piss idea for urine powered mobile phones - The Drum
  62. Video: The World Without Mobile Phones and it's a terrible world - 360Nobs.com
  63. Urine Phone Charging: How Did Scientists Charge Samsung Mobile Phone With ... - iDigitalTimes.com
  64. Piss power! Soon you will be able to charge mobile phones using urine - Digit
  65. Urine Used to Charge Mobile Phone - CRIENGLISH.com
  66. Russian-Designed Mobile Phone Goes on Sale - The Moscow Times
  67. UK Phone Seizures: Police Allowed To Seize Mobile Data Of Travellers - Huffington Post Canada
  68. Infographic: The Popularity of Mobile Phones - Windows IT Pro
  69. New Fuel Cell Powers Mobile Phones Using Urine - The Green Optimistic
  70. Gupta: Cell phones, brain tumors and a wired earpiece - CNN (blog)
  71. The Government Can Track You by Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant - Truth-Out
  72. Scientists power mobile phone using urine - Phys.Org
  73. Urine could charge mobile phones - Yahoo!7 News
  74. UK police taking mobile phones at the border - Fudzilla
  75. Travellers' mobile phone data seized by police at border - Telegraph.co.uk
  76. The hidden 17% tax: Your cell phone bill - CNNMoney
  77. Apple first to launch 'kill switch' for stolen iPhones as Boris Johnson calls ... - Daily Mail
  78. Campaign aims to shame people over rude mobile phone use - Herald Sun
  79. Tracking Nigerian duo on mobile thread - The Hindu
  80. Scientists: Get Ready for Pee-Powered Mobile Phones - Investorplace.com
  81. Hackers reveal mobile phones' calls, texts and photos - KETK
  82. T-Mobile lets customers upgrade phones twice a year - CNN
  83. Verizon 'Edge' Gives Customers Early Upgrades on Mobile Phones - SYS-CON Media (press release)
  84. Is AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon the largest US mobile phone carrier? It may not matter - TechHive
  85. Has your cell phone been hacked? - CBS News
  86. Urine could charge mobile phones, scientists claim - Radio New Zealand
  87. 9 Percent of Americans Have Used Cell Phones During Sex - PC Magazine
  88. Rip and replace II: The mobile device years - ITworld.com
  89. Human pee can charge your cell phone - Hindustan Times
  90. Verizon femtocell can be manipulated to monitor cell phone use - SC Magazine
  91. Verizon EDGE Now Official, Allows You to Get New Phones Quicker - Mobile Magazine
  92. British scientists find human urine is capable of recharging mobile phones - Yahoo!7 News
  93. Nokia Lumia Sales Rise By A Third To Offset Mobile Phone Decline - TechWeekEurope UK
  94. Jordan to double taxes on mobile phones - Financial Times
  95. Cell phone use exploding - US-China Institute
  96. The Best No Contract Cell Phone Plans of 2013, According to MyRatePlan.com - PR Web (press release)
  97. Ubuntu for Phones ? Mobile's Utility Player - Business 2 Community
  98. UK border police seize mobile phones unjustifiably; rob data - Press TV
  99. Inside mobile phone addiction, are you addicted? - Phones Review
  100. NEC talks on Lenovo mobile phone venture stalled: source - Reuters
  101. Intel's new mobile processors could save the company - Quartz
  102. NCA wants mobile phone operators to report complaints to them not media - Ghana Business News
  103. Verizon joins T-Mobile, AT&T with early phone upgrade plan - Register
  104. India's great revolutionary: the mobile phone - ABC Online
  105. Mobilizing Development Via Mobile Phones - Seeking Alpha
  106. Tracking Shoppers ' Phones : Do Retailers Go Too Far ? - GeekSugar.com
  107. Video: Samsung Shows Off Future of Wearable Technology and Mobile Phones - Droid Life
  108. Firefox OS Becomes a Mobile Phone Contender - Midsize Insider
  109. Charge a mobile phone using urine - MyBroadband
  110. NEC talks on Lenovo mobile phone venture stalled: source - Reuters UK
  111. Myanmar Awards Cellphone Licenses - New York Times
  112. Microsoft's Making More Money From Phones, but a Lot of That Is From Android ... - All Things Digital
  113. TracFone, Voxiva partner to provide free mobile phones; CVS/pharmacy mobile ... - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)
  114. EPEAT Adds Mobile Phones to Green Registry - Environmental Leader
  115. How to Get the Government to Cover Your Cell Phone Bill(s) - TIME
  116. AIR news on mobile phones via SMS soon - IBNLive
  117. Vodafone Smart 3 - CNET UK
  118. Nokia Unveils $68 Mobile Phones for Speedy Internet Access (1) - Businessweek
  119. U.K. Phone Seizures: Police Allowed To Seize Mobile Data Of Travellers - Huffington Post Canada
  120. Fostering Financial Inclusion With Mobile Banking - AllAfrica.com
  121. Wi-Lan Loses Patent Infringement Case Against Mobile Phone Makers - Game Politics
  122. Opinion: How Tecno Mobile Is Rebranding - 360Nobs.com
  123. Apple first to launch ' kill switch ' for stolen iPhones as Boris Johnson ... - Daily Mail
  124. Top 10 cheapest Android phone in India below Rs 5000 for July 2013 - Know Your Mobile India
  125. Wee invention sees scientists charge mobile phone with urine - The Cairns Post
  126. Schooling in war zones, mobile phones study and irregular bedtimes - The Guardian
  127. Encryption Flaw Makes Phones Possible Accomplices in Theft - New York Times
  128. Suspended sentence after robbing a tablet and mobile phones - Malta Independent Online
  129. British scientists discover a way to power mobile phones with urine - Mirror.co.uk
  130. Online obsession making us mentally obese - NEWS.com.au
  131. Scrapbooks show Ernest Hemingway's early life - NEWS.com.au (blog)
  132. N.J. Supreme Court: Warrant needed for cell phone location - Politico (blog)
  133. NEC and the sorrow of Japan - BGR
  134. Four drivers fined for using mobile phones and no seatbelts - This is Gloucestershire
  135. T-Mobile and AT&T Would Like to Remind Customers That Phones Cost Money - Businessweek
  136. Scrapbooks show Ernest Hemingway's early life - NEWS.com.au
  137. Answering T-Mobile and AT&T, Verizon to Introduce Early-Upgrade Phone Plans - TIME
  138. Sinlung Hills VC polls: Poll panel bans mobile phones, smoking - Mizo News
  139. T-Mobile US CEO John Legere announces a new upgrade plan on July 10 ... - ABC News
  140. Injuries Increase among Pedestrians Using Mobile Phones: New York Personal ... - Consumer Electronics Net
  141. 2 Staten Island teens menaced, mugged for their mobile phones - SILive.com
  142. Ghana: Parliament Approves Tax On Mobile Phones - AllAfrica.com
  143. Top Phones Launched This Week - Economic Times
  144. Nokia sold 7.4m Lumia phones in Q2 - CNET
  145. Virgin Mobile Adds Fifth LTE Phone - Twice
  146. The Best No Contract Cell Phone Plans of 2013, According to MyRatePlancom - Consumer Electronics Net
  147. AT&T Next Phone Upgrade Plan Takes On T-Mobile - Investor's Business Daily
  148. Mobile phone users urged to sign up for reverse 911 - Meriden Record-Journal
  149. British scientists unveil the 'world's first' mobile phone powered by URINE - Daily Mail
  150. Tanzania's Controversial Mobile Phone Tax Could Grow Revenues, At The ... - International Business Times
  151. Nokia reports weak mobile phone sales - Financial Times
  152. Limits slapped on Importation of outdated computers & mobile phones - Hiru News
  153. Gas & cell phones keep Gujarat 's coffer ringing - Daily News & Analysis
  154. Samsung Galaxy S4 Active review - CNET UK
  155. EPEAT adds green ratings to mobile phones - GreenBiz.com (blog)
  156. Prepaid cell phones offer alternative - WISH
  157. Gotta Pee? Urine-Powered Cell Phone Charging in the Works - PC Magazine
  158. Mobile phone recycling wastage - Gold Coast Bulletin News
  159. Police need warrants to track cell-phone data, NJ Supreme Court rules - Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ.com
  160. How Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile phone upgrade plans stack up - Los Angeles Times
  161. Edit wars: Wikipedia's most controversial topics - NEWS.com.au (blog)
  162. Ten of the most impractical tips on Pinterest - NEWS.com.au
  163. What really happens to your deleted files - NEWS.com.au
  164. UPDATE 1-UN warns on mobile cybersecurity bugs in bid to prevent attacks - Reuters
  165. Has your cell phone been hacked? - CBS Moneywatch
  166. UN warns on mobile cyber security bugs - Trade Arabia
  167. Campaign aims to shame people over rude mobile phone use - Courier Mail
  168. Edit wars: Wikipedia's most controversial topics - NEWS.com.au
  169. End of an era: Pindi's Imperial Market is going cellular - The Express Tribune
  170. Apple confirms its development centre was hacked - NEWS.com.au
  171. Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom review: Best camera phone ever? - Know Your Mobile
  172. Busted During Phone Sex - AllAfrica.com
  173. Mobile phones imports increase massively in June - Pakistan Daily Times
  174. HTC One mini Android phone (preview) - Good Gear Guide
  175. Thanks, science! Mobile phones could run on urine power - TechHive
  176. For Developing World, a Streamlined Facebook - New York Times (blog)
  177. 3D tissue grown using cell phone tech - Medical News Today
  178. Behind The Dual-Screen Russian Phone That's Looking To Reinvent The Mobile ... - Co.Create
  179. Bug in mobile SIMs puts 500 million phones at mercy of hackers: Study - Daily News & Analysis
  180. 20 best smartphones in the US - TechRadar UK
  181. India's ICICI Bank and Movida partner on mobile m-payments and commerce - Bobsguide (press release)
  182. Facebook reaches 100 mn basic feature phone users - Livemint
  183. SIM Card Encryption Flaw Allows Cyber Criminals Hack Mobile Phones - Headlines & Global News
  184. Practical Cheap Cell Phones Products Examined - Twilight Source
  185. Boris Johnson Wants Smartphone Killswitch As Mobile Phone Theft Rises - TechWeekEurope UK
  186. Jersey Telecom chooses ip.access for islandís first small cell deployment
  187. ICICI Bank partners with Movida for mobile payment service - VC Circle
  188. P-Mobile? New Tech Can Power Your Cell Phone With Urine (VIDEO) - CleanTechnica
  189. SIM card flaw said to allow hijacking of millions of phones - CNET
  190. Cell Phone SIM Cards Are Vulnerable - Guardian Express
  191. Campers Could Soon Charge Cell Phones With Pee - Gadling
  192. AdaptiveMobile identifies New Advanced Persistent Threat for Mobile
  193. Mobile Phone Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS) and Real Time Locating ... - IDTechEx.com (press release)
  194. UN warns on mobile cybersecurity bugs in bid to prevent attacks - Yahoo! News
  195. Cell phones for a clear conscience - Deutsche Welle
  196. 500m phones under threat: UN warns of mobile bugs - Khaleej Times
  197. Now You Can Charge Your Mobile Phone With Urine, Scientists Claim - Huffington Post UK
  198. Comigo Drives Viewer Engagement and Grows Operator Revenue with its "WatchApps"...
  199. How your sim card may be putting your phone at risk of hacking - Firstpost
  200. ICICI Bank and mobile payments open an account - CIOL
  201. Cops need warrants to track cell phones, says NJ Supreme Court - Ars Technica
  202. How your mobile phone can give you acne, a saggy jaw and sleepless nights - The Standard Digital News
  203. Police fine 971 drivers caught using their mobile phones while driving their cars - The Daily Telegraph
  204. Schooling in war zones, mobile phones study and irregular bedtimes - The Guardian
  205. The Government Can Track You by Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant - Truth-Out
  206. Verizon femtocell can be manipulated to monitor cell phone use - SC Magazine
  207. T-Mobile to allow frequent phone upgrades for fee - Nashua Telegraph
  208. How Consumers Use Local Search on Their Mobile Phones - MarketingProfs.com (subscription)
  209. Mobile phone graveyard opens its digital gates - Telegraph.co.uk
  210. New Fuel Cell Powers Mobile Phones Using Urine - The Green Optimistic
  211. Myanmar Awards Cellphone Licenses - New York Times
  212. UK police taking mobile phones at the border - Fudzilla
  213. Hackers reveal mobile phones' calls, texts and photos - KETK
  214. Cigarettes, cell phones and other carcinogens - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)
  215. Suspended sentence after robbing a tablet and mobile phones - Malta Independent Online
  216. Newly Discovered SIM Card Vulnerability Could Compromise Millions Of Mobile ... - RedOrbit
  217. Nokia sold 7.4m Lumia phones in Q2 - CNET
  218. How to spot hidden cell phone fees on your next bill - Fox News
  219. 9 Percent of Americans Have Used Cell Phones During Sex - PC Magazine
  220. Intel's new mobile processors could save the company - Quartz
  221. 'Urine could charge mobile phones' - Belfast Telegraph
  222. The iblazr Flash Will Light Up Your Mobile Phone Pics - Mashable
  223. Cell Phone-Cancer Link to Be Revisited - Discovery News
  224. Campaign aims to shame people over rude mobile phone use - Herald Sun
  225. Sinlung Hills VC polls: Poll panel bans mobile phones, smoking - Mizo News
  226. UK border police seize mobile phones unjustifiably; rob data - Press TV
  227. The best Royal Baby memes - NEWS.com.au
  228. Soon, mobile phones to get powered with pee - Deccan Chronicle
  229. 750 million phones vulnerable to spying: Hack SIM card via tainted text to get ... - Computerworld (blog)
  230. Sandhya Singh murder : Mobile phone records misled cops - Hindustan Times
  231. India's great revolutionary: the mobile phone - ABC Online
  232. Apple first to launch 'kill switch' for stolen iPhones as Boris Johnson calls ... - Daily Mail
  233. Banning mobile phones from shops is the last thing that retailers want to do - The Independent (blog)
  234. Policeman accidentally leaks royal baby's security plan - NEWS.com.au
  235. Limits slapped on Importation of outdated computers & mobile phones - Hiru News
  236. Travellers' mobile phone data seized by police at border - Telegraph.co.uk
  237. Bristol boffins develop wee idea for charging mobile phones - ITProPortal
  238. TracFone, Voxiva partner to provide free mobile phones; CVS/pharmacy mobile ... - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)
  239. Apple makes designer appointment from Yves St Laurent - NEWS.com.au
  240. Jordan to double taxes on mobile phones - Financial Times
  241. SIM card encryption hack found in millions of mobile phones - Gear Live
  242. Microsoft's Making More Money From Phones, Android Patents - All Things Digital
  243. Has your cell phone been hacked? - CBS News
  244. N.J. Supreme Court: Warrant needed for cell phone location - Politico (blog)
  245. Information Security: UN warns of mobile phone SIM hack - Business Technology
  246. Microsoft's Making More Money From Phones, but a Lot of That Is From Android ... - All Things Digital
  247. Do mobile phones lead to 'digital dementia'? - TG Daily
  248. NEC and the sorrow of Japan - BGR
  249. SIM Card Flaw Could Wreak Havoc on Millions of Phones - TechNewsWorld
  250. Four drivers fined for using mobile phones and no seatbelts - This is Gloucestershire