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    Posted: 4/15/2012 11:50:45 AM EST
    FILE - In this Thursday, April 29, 2010 file photo, Karim al-Tamimi, a member of the Independent High Electoral Commission speaks to reporters in Baghdad, Iraq. Two Iraqi election officials said Friday they have been detained after authorities reopened a corruption case against them, a move they dismiss as an effort to pressure the panel. Faraj al-Haidari, chief of Iraq's electoral commission, said by phone Friday he is currently held at a police station after a judge's decision to reinvestigate old corruption charges against the commission. Commission official Karim al-Tamimi says he was also detained. The two spoke over cell phones to reporters. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban,File)
  •  - Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Posted: 4/12/2012 10:57:06 AM EST
    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad, California April 11, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake
  •  - Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Posted: 4/12/2012 10:55:34 AM EST
    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad, California April 11, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake
  •  - Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Posted: 4/11/2012 5:39:28 PM EST
    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad, California April 11, 2012. Materials of Nokia's new flagship model smartphone, the Lumia 900, cost $209, some 46 percent of its retail price, with the Finnish firm saving on processor and memory cost, teardown analysis of research firm IHS iSuppli showed on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mike Blake
  •  - Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad

    Posted: 4/11/2012 5:16:28 PM EST
    Nokia Lumia 900 cell phones are shown for sale in Carlsbad, California April 11, 2012. Materials of Nokia's new flagship model smartphone, the Lumia 900, cost $209, some 46 percent of its retail price, with the Finnish firm saving on processor and memory cost, teardown analysis of research firm IHS iSuppli showed on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Yang Bo cleans a window outside the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Yang Bo cleans a window outside the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Posted: 3/27/2012 6:22:30 AM EST
    Yang Bo cleans a window outside the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center March 26, 2012. More than 30 workers on the window-cleaning team of the skyscraper work in pairs every day. The cleaners have to obtain a license for high-rise operations and must not have high blood pressure or naturally suffer a fear of heights. They are not allowed items which could fall, such as cell phones or wristwatches, and must stop working in heavy winds, local media reported. REUTERS/China Daily (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA
  •  - Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Posted: 3/27/2012 6:21:36 AM EST
    Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center March 26, 2012. More than 30 workers on the window-cleaning team of the skyscraper work in pairs every day. The cleaners have to obtain a license for high-rise operations and must not have high blood pressure or naturally suffer a fear of heights. They are not allowed items which could fall, such as cell phones or wristwatches, and must stop working in heavy winds, local media reported. Picture taken March 26, 2012. REUTERS/China Daily (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA
  •  - Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center

    Posted: 3/27/2012 6:20:40 AM EST
    Cleaners prepare for window cleaning outside the 101st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center March 26, 2012. More than 30 workers on the window-cleaning team of the skyscraper work in pairs every day. The cleaners have to obtain a license for high-rise operations and must not have high blood pressure or naturally suffer a fear of heights. They are not allowed items which could fall, such as cell phones or wristwatches, and must stop working in heavy winds, local media reported. Picture taken March 26, 2012. REUTERS/China Daily (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA
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    Posted: 3/26/2012 10:05:50 AM EST
    This photo taken on March 14, 2012 shows Tami Parker, standing left, a regional field director for the Obama campaign, instructing phone bank volunteers at a Obama campaign office in Lakewood, Colo. A handful of nurses and other volunteers took up their cell phones last week to call voters and talk up the health care overhaul. The volunteers were targeting elderly women. Holding up a sheet of talking points about the health law, campaign field director Tami Parker told about a dozen volunteers that the health care law faces a Supreme Court challenge later this month. "We need to talk about how the American Care Act helps women, especially elderly women," Parker said. The talking points ended with an argument in bold: "Some politicians want to take away these new benefits, and put insurance companies back in charge." (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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    Posted: 3/26/2012 10:05:50 AM EST
    This photo taken on March 14, 2012 shows volunteer Anita McIntyre, left, and staff member Angela Grills making calls on a phone bank at an Obama campaign office in Lakewood, Colo. A handful of nurses and other volunteers took up their cell phones last week to call voters and talk up the health care overhaul. The volunteers were targeting elderly women. Holding up a sheet of talking points about the health law, campaign field director Tami Parker told about a dozen volunteers that the health care law faces a Supreme Court challenge later this month. "We need to talk about how the American Care Act helps women, especially elderly women," Parker said. The talking points ended with an argument in bold: "Some politicians want to take away these new benefits, and put insurance companies back in charge." (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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    Posted: 3/25/2012 9:50:45 AM EST
    White House Senior Press Lead Jesse Lewin, left, and White House Press Lead, Jeff Tiller, center, use their cell phones after the main entrance to Blue House is block by South Korean security personnel during U.S. President Barack Obama's scheduled visit with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, March, 25, 2012. Members of the U.S. press corps traveling in Obama's motorcade were denied entrance to the Blue House. The messy scene resulted in their missing Obama's meeting with South Korean President Lee. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 4:25:46 AM EST
    This photo taken on March 14, 2012 shows volunteer Cindy Lay working on a phone bank at a Obama campaign office in Lakewood, Colo. A handful of nurses and other volunteers took up their cell phones last week to call voters and talk up the health care overhaul. The volunteers were targeting elderly women. Holding up a sheet of talking points about the health law, campaign field director Tami Parker told about a dozen volunteers that the health care law faces a Supreme Court challenge later this month. "We need to talk about how the American Care Act helps women, especially elderly women," Parker said. The talking points ended with an argument in bold: "Some politicians want to take away these new benefits, and put insurance companies back in charge." (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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    Posted: 3/24/2012 4:25:46 AM EST
    This photo taken on March 14, 2012 shows volunteer Anita McIntyre making calls on a phone bank at an Obama campaign office in Lakewood, Colo., on Tuesday, March 14, 2012. A handful of nurses and other volunteers took up their cell phones last week to call voters and talk up the health care overhaul. The volunteers were targeting elderly women. Holding up a sheet of talking points about the health law, campaign field director Tami Parker told about a dozen volunteers that the health care law faces a Supreme Court challenge later this month. "We need to talk about how the American Care Act helps women, especially elderly women," Parker said. The talking points ended with an argument in bold: "Some politicians want to take away these new benefits, and put insurance companies back in charge." (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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    Posted: 2/24/2012 2:35:49 PM EST
    People take photographs with their cell phones as Gaza's Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh gives a speech after Friday prayer at Al Azhar mosque in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 24, 2012. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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    Posted: 2/15/2012 4:30:49 PM EST
    FILE - In this Aug. 15, 2011 file photo, BART police officers push back a protester at the Civic Center station in San Francisco. Cell phone service was operating as protesters gathered at the subway station during rush-hour several days after transit officials shut wireless service to head off another demonstration. With Chicago preparing for the upcoming G-8 and NATO summits in May 2012, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said he has no intention of resorting to tactics employed by transit officials in the Bay Area when they cut off the cell phones and wireless data service to disrupt planning for a protest. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 7:40:47 PM EST
    In this photo taken Feb 2, 2012, cell phones are used to record Henry Bayer, executive director of AFSCME Council 31, right, while protesting and being confronted by the Illinois Secretary of State Police, as other members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union also protest in front of the governor's office, demanding that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn pay them raises he has withheld, at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. In the era of smart phones and YouTube, many people have grown used to recording their lives, from fun moments with friends to tense encounters with police. Some have discovered the hard way that this can result in felony charges, for recording their arrest for peddling without a license, for instance, or taping police in a dispute about old cars on a lawn. Many more people could be introduced to the Illinois law in May when thousands of protesters and journalists head to Chicago for the NATO and G8 summits. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 7:40:47 PM EST
    In this photo taken Feb 2, 2012, cell phones are used to record Henry Bayer, executive director of AFSCME Council 31, not pictured, as he is confronted by the Illinois Secretary of State Police, as other members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union protest in front of the governor's office, demanding that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn pay them raises he has withheld, at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. In the era of smart phones and YouTube, many people have grown used to recording their lives, from fun moments with friends to tense encounters with police. Some have discovered the hard way that this can result in felony charges, for recording their arrest for peddling without a license, for instance, or taping police in a dispute about old cars on a lawn. Many more people could be introduced to the Illinois law in May when thousands of protesters and journalists head to Chicago for the NATO and G8 summits. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 7:40:47 PM EST
    In this photo taken Feb 2, 2012, cell phones are used to record Henry Bayer, executive director of AFSCME Council 31, left, as he is confronted by an Illinois Secretary of State Police officer, right, while members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union protest in front of the governor's office, demanding that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn pay them raises he has withheld, at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. In the era of smart phones and YouTube, many people have grown used to recording their lives, from fun moments with friends to tense encounters with police. Some have discovered the hard way that this can result in felony charges, for recording their arrest for peddling without a license, for instance, or taping police in a dispute about old cars on a lawn. Many more people could be introduced to the Illinois law in May when thousands of protesters and journalists head to Chicago for the NATO and G8 summits. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
  •  - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Gingrich, his wife Callista and his staff look over their cell phones on his campaign bus after a stop in Waterloo

    U.S. Republican presidential candidate Gingrich, his wife Callista and his staff look over their cell phones on his campaign bus after a stop in Waterloo

    Posted: 1/1/2012 10:05:37 PM EST
    U.S. Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R), his wife Callista (L), and his staff look over their cell phones on his campaign bus after a stop in Waterloo, Iowa, January 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - A technician repairs cell phones in his store in Khartoum

    A technician repairs cell phones in his store in Khartoum

    Posted: 12/21/2011 10:46:06 AM EST
    A technician repairs cell phones in his store in Khartoum December 21, 2011. Sudan will hike taxes on telecoms companies and seek assistance from "friendly" countries next year, officials said on Tuesday, in a push to stabilise the exchange rate and make up for lost revenues from the oil-producing south. Officials say they will also start a three-year austerity programme in 2012 and draft a plan to eliminate commodity subsidies that cost the state about $2 billion per year. REUTERS/ Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)