I have always wondered which company was the first to make a cell phone and sell it in the 1970s (or was it 1980s?)
im doing a school project: i need to find a web site that shows school statistics nation wide on cell phone use and for your own info on your school. Pretty PLEASE :)
I’m sorry for being so nosey, but I need the answers for my statistics project. Thanks for your input.
does anyone know of statistics wether seat belt or cell phones ban actually save lives and by how much?
Santa Fe county and soon Albuquerque(my current home city) institutes a ban a mobile phone usage while driving.Could anyone who lives these place that already have such bans on wether they save lives or any other positive effects such as lower insurance premiums as such?
Are people who do not have a home phone and dependant on a cell phone only more likely to be robbed?
I was just wondering because so many people are doing without a home landline phone now. Does this put someone at a higher risk of someone breaking in? Does anyone have statistics on this?
which was the mobile phone company, that launched the product first in the market?
I think they forgot some basic features, like flash light, bottle opener.
My bf would like them to have a rough side for scratching him self.
I am thinking of buying a new cell phone in the near future. I’m looking for elegance, including but not limited to designer phones.
Just one thing : NOT motorola – can’t believe they are still in business!
GOOD- Quality Website links are welcome as well : )
are cell phones bad for school? and what are some statistics for this
I have a seperate cell phone carrier and bill then my spouse. Can phone records be grounds for adultrey. Can they be summonned in court
Okay. First off, I want to thank you for coming to my question and taking the time to do so. (: I know it’s a bit long but I seriously need help!! <3
'Kay. I like this guy in my science, english, and history class. Let's call him Aaron. Aaron's kind of skater-emoish style but I really like him. I'm not really classified as anything. (i.e. I'm not a prep, jock, emo, skater, etc. etc.) I started high school a few days ago so I don't really know all that much about him beside the fact he's really funny.
In history, he sits across the room from me and there's a person sitting directly between us so it'd be kind of hard to see each other. Well, I glanced at him when the person between us sat back or put her head on the desk and he noticed me looking once. After that, he started glancing at me, too.
In english, he sits two seats in front of me so that, too, would make it hard for us to see each other. However, every time he was on his way back to his seat after getting up for some reason, he would just look at me. No smile, no wink, nothing that would signal any flirting.
In science, we sit at lab tables and he sits diagonally from me on the other side of the table so I can see him easily but he'd have to turn around to see me. He turned around a couple times and looked at me. Again, no smile, wink, nothing.
After science, (which is our last period) we were walking out the door and he was walking behind me. I thought I felt him messing with my bookbag so I turned around and asked him, playfully, if he was messing with my bookbag. He simply said that if he was, he didn't mean to then turned right to cut around the lab table and out the door.
Walking downstairs to leave, I ended up walking beside him (a little on purpose ;D). I used my cell phone as a fake distraction and stole glances at him from behind my hair. He didn't look at me again until we got to the top of the stairs. At this point, I was behind him. He looked back at me and turned around when I looked up at him.
He never smiled at me or anything. I can't tell if he likes me or not but I'm really hope so!! I asked some of my guy friends...even my dad...and they all said he does but he might just be playing with my emotions.
Thank you so much for reading all that and I really hope you can help!! No stupid answers, though, please.
Today, he didn't look at me much in English and Science but he looked at me every chance that he got in HIstory. I suppose that's because it's the easiest place for him to look at me. I'm still not sure what to do.
Thank you guys for all of the answers! I would ask him for his cell number but I'm really scared. I'm one of those girls who likes the guy to make the first move. Is there any way I can talk to him without being awkward??
So, as usual, my mom called to have a conversation with my almost four month old son. At first I went along with it but it has gotten completely ridiculous.
Just a little background history – she started babysitting him when he was nine weeks old. He started going to daycare on May 3rd, because she left to go back home. She was not here when he was born but arrived two weeks later after my grandmother passed. She took one look at him and instantly seemed jealous. Not of him but of the fact that my inlaws were acquainted with him first. They were at the hospital. They stayed with us for a week after he was born. She has always had jealousy issues when it comes to my inlaws, especially with my mother inlaw. But once she started keeping him, which probably gave her a feeling of control, she quickly changed. She was in love with him and if I didn’t know any better I would have thought she was his mother. She became very assertive, telling me what I should and shouldn’t do with or to him. I finally had to tell her to back off. From the day she started keeping him she could call after we got home to see what he was doing. Often times she did this before I even got home. God forbid I needed to run an errand. I went along with it for a week or so and saw it was becoming a habit (which isn’t unusual for her because she tends to go overboard on certain things). I, in a joking way, said we weren’t going to get into a habit of her doing this everyday. She just blew it off and, in a baby voice, tried to act like it was just a thing grandma’s do. I let it slide a while longer but it got to the point where she wanted to call when my husband was off and kept him. He usually doesn’t answer the home phone when she calls, or anyone for that matter, unless he knows it’s for him. But he also knows how she can be so I know he avoids her calls (as I avoid my MIL’s at times). If he didn’t answer she’d call me on my cell phone during my work shift to tell me to tell him to answer so she can talk to the baby.
More time passed and it was almost time for her to leave. She started talking about it more and saying how sad she was days before she left. Now that she’s gone she calls every single day, wanting to have a conversation with the baby. We usually talked everyday anyway, whether she was in town or out of town, but now she makes it a point to talk to the baby every single day. She will call after work. If I tell her he’s sleep she will tell me to call her when he wakes up. By then my husband is home and we’re either talking, watching TV, tending to the baby, or relaxing. If I don’t call she’ll call me. I continued to go along with this but got even more annoyed because she goes on and on talking to the baby. Then she’ll ask what he’s doing (I guess so she can receive validation when I tell her he’s listening or smiling). Then it’s back to the baby talk. I put her on speaker phone and sometimes my husband is glaring at me across the room like, “Enough already!” If she calls when my husband is playing the baby, it’s almost like she gets mad when I tell her he’s with him. The other day she said, “Well you know to call me when he’s with you!” She called last night. I wasn’t in the mood. The baby was crying. I was trying to cook. My husband was trying to calm him down. It was late. I just wanted my privacy (which is hard to get when she’s involved because she feels there’s no harm whatsoever to just let her talk to the baby). So I didn’t answer. I called her back because I knew if I didn’t she’d get offended like she did before. She has a huge problem with the fact that I choose to answer my phone when I want to. She feels it’s inconsiderate to answer it and can’t understand that I pay my bill and it’s my choice. Anyway, the first thing she did was ask where the baby was. I told her he was crying and she immediately seemed concerned and said, “What’s he crying for?” This is something I’ve confronted her about before. I asked her, “I don’t know. I’m not in there. But that’s what babies do!” Like usual, she became very defensive and said, “I was just asking!” But she does this all the time. It’s almost like she *needs* to know what’s going on. She tends to use very offensive language. She is very manipulative and quite frankly, I don’t think she likes the fact that I am married and have a right to privacy. She sees it as being rude and uncaring.
I have hurt her feelings before so I’m sure she’s mad at me right now. She usually calls my younger brother to tell him about what I’ve done. I don’t care. I’m tired of the routine everyday. I’ve tried to tell her I don’t want this to become a habit. But she’s the type who just doesn’t care. She wants what she wants and doesn’t see why it shouldn’t pan out that way so she just does whatever. No, no, no! Grandma or not, you need to have respect. The baby can’t talk and you are going way overboard. I think the problem is
I think the problem is she wants him to remember her so he will be familiar with her when she returns sometime this winter. She is SUPER jealous of my MIL and, just like she obsesses with calling my son, she calls to see if my MIL has seen him or if they’re coming to visit. It is absolutely insane.
Alicia – I know the post was long, but did you read it? My husband was in another room tending to the crying baby.
I can receive my outgoing calls if I go directly to my phone company but I need to get out going and incoming calls. My phone company says I can only get my incoming calls if I subpoena my records. How can I go about this? I live in Florida.
When did companies first start making cell phone plans, what year? And what was the first company to create a plan to use a cell phone?
I’ve seen so many videos about japan and how much more advanced they are than america. They already have video calling but we barely have widespread 3g networks.
What advances are we going to see in usa related to cell phone technology in the near future? Camera phones so good you can use them as a standalone camera? 4g? Innovative designs?
On my cell phone, whenever i call someone, it ends up showing up online so that my dad can check it. it shows the amount of time talked, etc. is there anyway i can stop him from being able to view the call history online? (the phone is AT&T.)
Every kid I see is always slouched over with their heads down texting on their cell phones. As a future parent, I don’t care to see my kid suffer from hunchback syndrome from over-texting.
How do you (or will you) plan to keep your kids techno-habits under control?
If a parent were to ask for the text message history from a cellphone provider, how far back in time does it go?
my phone number is 440-796-6809
But they want 2 days prior of the accident and 2 days after the accident. Wt?
Can you check internet history from an at&t cell phone by calling at&t?
……. who they’ve been in contact with?