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Smartphones are a major target for thiefs and the public must take care and be vigilant according to Labour city councillor Niall McNelis.
If there is one fool proof way to drive another motorist mad it is to use a mobile phone. It really is one of those behaviours that seems to get right under people’s skin. You can see it every day. Stand on a roundabout in any Irish town and in minutes you will see examples of the ‘one armed bandits’ – phone in one hand and steering wheel in the other.
Software development students in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) are fast gaining recognition for apps they are developing for the Windows Phone market such as Labyrinth Madness, Space Shooter, Translate the World, Funix and Xylofun, to name a few.
Local Kilkenny Senator, Pat O’Neill this week introduced a motion in the Senate calling for mobile phone operators and suppliers to make all information in their possession available about the health risks of mobile phones.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is warning motorists that using a mobile phone while driving is one of the most dangerous things they can do in a car.
Up to 1,368 drivers in County Mayo have been issued with fixed charge notices for penalty point offences for using a hand held mobile phone while driving up to the end of March this year.
Newport native Brendan Chambers is in the communication business for more than 30 years. Now, along with his wife Julie, he runs C&C Cellular Ltd, the largest mobile phone company in the west. “We are proud to be one of the eight exclusive Vodafone agents in Ireland offering the same great deals, same great offers, and great value no matter where you shop,” Mr Chambers said. “We offer the same prices in Belmullet as in Blanchardstown or in Claremorris as in Cork.”
Athlone drivers have been revealed as the most law-abiding in the country when it comes to the use of mobile phones while driving, according to a leading safety body.
The internet is over, declared pint-sized eighties pop star Prince recently, and in a fashion he may be right. Prince was refusing to hand over his latest music compilation to iTunes, which he claimed would not pay him anything for the privilege but would instead only leave his work open to piracy. If people want the newest album by Prince - and apparently many do - they will just have to buy it from source, he determined. Hurrah for Prince.
A warning label of the possible health effects of using mobile phones could be placed on all handsets and packaging if legislation from Galway senator Niall Ó Brolcháin is successful.