1. Your mobile phone has more computing power than the computers used for the Apollo 11 moon landing.
  2. In 1983, the first mobile phones went on sale in the U.S. at almost $4,000 each.
  3. Apple sold
    340,000 iPhones per day
    in 2012.
  4. Mobile phones have 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles.
  5. In Japan, 90% of mobile phones are waterproof because youngsters use them even in the shower.
  6. Mobile Phone Radiation can cause Insomnia, headaches and confusion.
  7. Scientists
  8. have developed a way of
  9. charging mobile phones
  10. using urine.
  11. The first mobile phone call was made in 1973 by Martin Cooper, a former Motorola inventor.
  12. Apple's iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.
  13. Nomophobia
    is the fear of being without your mobile phone or losing your signal.
  14. Over 250 million Nokia 1100 devices were sold, making it the bestselling electrical gadget in history.
  15. 100,000 mobile phones are dropped down the toilet in Britain every year.
  16. More People In The World Have Mobile Phones Than Toilets.
  17. China has more internet users on mobile devices than on PCs.
  18. So many Facebook photos and videos are uploaded via mobile that it takes up 27% of upstream web traffic.
  19. Apple's iPhone consumes US$0.25 worth of electricity per year if it's fully charged once a day.
  20. 65% of smartphone users download zero apps per month.
  21. The technology behind smartphones relies on up to 250,000 separate patents.
  22. 99% of all mobile malware is targeted at Android users.
  23. The average person unlocks his or her smartphone 110 times each day.
  24. 47% of U.S. smartphone owners say their smartphone is something they "couldn't live without."
  25. Mobile Phone Throwing is an official sport in Finland.
  26. In Malaysia, it's legal to divorce your partner via text message.
  27. 47% of millennials said in a survey they sometimes use their Smartphones to avoid people around them.
  28. More people have died by taking selfies in 2015 than by shark attacks.
  29. The world's most expensive iPhone 5 was worth US$15 million. It was made of 135 grams of 24-carat gold and the chassis was inlaid with 600 white diamonds.
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