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Vodacom and MTN are still waiting on ICASA to assign radio frequency spectrum for 5G networks. Rain is the only company in South Africa to have launched its 5G commercial network ( February 2019). They were able to launch the 5G service in Johannesburg by using the 3.6 GHz spectrum already licensed to them. Rain spokesperson...
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    Image source: PD-Simulation-report-0213-4170293 The 5G Moto Mod will allow the Moto Z3 to become one of the first commercially 5G-enabled smartphones in the world. A FCC filing for the add-on has revealed it has a way to limit radiation exposure from millimeter waves. It shows that the add-on has several sensors to detect fingers around...
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Date: December 13, 2017 Number: 17-086 Contact: Corey Egel | 916.440.7259 | CDPHpress@cdph.ca.gov ​ SACRAMENTO – As smartphone use continues to increase in the U.S., especially among children, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today issued guidance for individuals and families who want to decrease their exposure to the radio frequency energy emitted from...
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The Japan Pediatric Association and the Japan Medical Association on Feb. 15 unveiled a poster warning against the dangers of the excessive use of smartphones. The poster will be sent to approximately 170,000 members of the two associations to be put up at clinics nationwide. The poster poses the question, “What do I sacrifice with...
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More and more parents are neglecting their children because they are always occupied with their smartphones. In the Augsburg area, posters are now being hung up and postcards distributed to encourage parents to stop and think – and to be a model for their children. The initiative was launched by the Office for Youth and...
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Did you know that the smartphones have associated a level of radiation that can be harmful to health? Hence, there are some recommendations that should be taken seriously by the smartphone users. Currently, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the most radioactive device of today. Note: There is a mistake in the above...
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