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What is an anti-radiation phone case and why do you need one?

You might not know this about your mobile phone, but it works by using a kind of radiation called electromagnetic radiation. It’s an electromagnetic frequency and creates an electromagnetic field – often called EMF. All electrical devices create a bit of EMF as a byproduct but mobile phones rely on that radiation to work. It’s what creates the antenna and is used to send data and information to the mobile phone network.

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What iPhone 6 phone covers don’t do

The iPhone 6 came out in September 2014 and won back many fans who were beginning to despair of poor performance in previous Apple offerings. It’s still a very popular phone today and iPhone 6 phone covers are in big demand. So if you are looking for phone cases for the iPhone 6, what should you be looking at?

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How mobile phone tracking really works

Were you one of the 7.5 million people watching the riveting conclusion of Line of Duty on Sunday night?

Mobile phones played a big part in the case. From “burner” phones to mobile phone tracking to check suspects’ movements. It’s a reminder of how big a feature mobile phone tracking is in police work. But how does it work, and what might be the side effects?

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Children and Electromagnetic Radiation

Generation Zapped is a new film looking at the effects of electromagnetic radiation. Focussing on children and young people the documentary looks at all the different ways electromagnetic frequencies can harm us – from mobile radiation causing cancer and tumours to the widespread use of wireless networks in schools.

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