"cell phones"

Woman on her smartphone
For someone with moderate to severe hearing loss, the smartphone is both savior and nemesis. I can’t imagine life without a smartphone, but I can imagine many ways that it could be better.
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Cell phones have become ubiquitous-90 percent of adult Americans now own one-and that has impacted overall spending patterns for telephone service.
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"Always on and always on you" describes the extent to which consumers have integrated cellphones, smartphones and tablets into their daily lives. How deeply do consumers depend on these mobile devices? One survey found 44 percent of cell owners have slept with their phone next to their bed because they were afraid to miss any calls, text messages or other updates during the night.
This little news tidbit caught my eye on my commute this morning. A new Pew Research Study says that just over a quarter of Americans get their news from their cell phones - not surprising when I look around on the train and almost as many people as those looking at the morning paper are looking at their cell phones.
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A rash of mass transit accidents involving drivers who were text messaging has led to support for a ban on the practice.
Retailers are increasingly using technology to try to reach consumers with news of sales and promotions.
In a deal with Consumer Cellular, AARP has enabled its members to sign up for cell phone service with no contracts or early termination fees.
Four basic phones that allow older Americans to easily keep in touch.
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