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  2. Mobile app - Wikipedia

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    Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market) is an international online software store developed by Google for Android devices. It opened in October 2008. In July 2013, the number of apps downloaded via the Google Play Store surpassed 50 billion, of the over 1 million apps available.

  3. Freedom 251 - Wikipedia

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    The Freedom 251 is a smartphone that was initially offered for sale in India at the promotional price of ₹251 (the equivalent of $3.54 as of 2020). Sold by Ringing Bells Private Limited, and marketed as the world's cheapest smartphone.

  4. Telephone - Wikipedia

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    Internet-based digital service also requires special provisions to provide the service location to the emergency services when an emergency telephone number is called. Mobile phone usage In 2002, only 10% of the world's population used mobile phones and by 2005 that percentage had risen to 46%. [20]

  5. Screwdriver - Wikipedia

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    This size number is usually stamped onto the shank (shaft) or handle for identification. Each bit size fits a range of screw sizes, more or less well. Each Phillips screwdriver size also has a related shank diameter. The driver has a 57° point and tapered, unsharp (rounded) flutes.

  6. List of mobile network operators - Wikipedia

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    Terrestrial. This is a list of the world's thirty largest terrestrial mobile phone network operators measured by number of subscriptions.

  7. SIM card - Wikipedia

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    A SIM card, also known as subscriber identity module or subscriber identification module (SIM), is an integrated circuit running a card operating system (COS) that is intended to securely store the international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) number and its related key, which are used to identify and authenticate subscribers on mobile telephony devices (such as mobile phones and computers).

  8. History of mobile phones - Wikipedia

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    The "Altay" national civil mobile phone service was based on Soviet MRT-1327 standard. The main developers of the Altay system were the Voronezh Science Research Institute of Communications (VNIIS) and the State Specialized Project Institute (GSPI). In 1963 the service started in Moscow, and by 1970 was deployed in 30 cities across the USSR.

  9. iCloud - Wikipedia

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    The service is also integrated with Apple TV, allowing users to view their recent photos wirelessly on their HDTV. iCloud Photos. iCloud Photos is a feature on iOS 8.1 or later and OS X Yosemite (version 10.10) or later, plus web app access. The service stores all of the user's photos, maintaining their original resolution and metadata.