Category Archives: Technology

A recipe for disaster

Take copper, steel, aluminium, plastic and precious metals; add lead, a sprinkling of deadly cadmium, a dash of poisonous barium, rhodium and beryllium, and mix. Leave to stand for a couple of years, and throw away. Take one atmosphere, and … Continue reading

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Remember the days..?

Those who remember a time before the truly portable handset can’t quite believe they actually managed to arrange and execute meetings without mobile phones: no status reports leading up to the allotted appointment, for example, or a bus journey without … Continue reading

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Environmentally Friendly Technology – Recycling Your Mobile Phone for Cash

We all know that traditionally, technology and the environment do not often mix in the sense that modern technology often incurs many non-environmentally friendly components such as plastics and metals in their masses. Of course, these new technological devices will … Continue reading

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AMOLED Screens to Revolutionise the Mobile Market

AMOLED technology is here to stay, so all the technical experts tell us, but what is AMOLED technology and what’s so special about it? AMOLED is an acronym that stands for the incredibly technical sounding Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode. … Continue reading

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Free Mobile Phone Recycling

It is thought that each Christmas an estimated 40-50% of the British population receives an electronic device in the form of an MP3 player, iPod, a new computer or some sort of games console as a Christmas present. Some even … Continue reading

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Phone Recycling has Never Been Easier

It is clear that the mobile phone came into our lives as a positive technological advance and has continued to grow ever since. Older members of society, those in their late 20′s onwards will remember the world before everybody had … Continue reading

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