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  • Is Technology Really Making Life Easier?
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  • EFFECTS OF MOBILE ADDICTION TO STUDENTS
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  • Food Crisis in India
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  • Globalization: Creating Opportunities
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  • Effects of Cell Phones
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  • Cell phones and driving
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  • Marketin Analysis of Rim
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  • The Economic and Social Benefits of Mobile Services in Bangladesh
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
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  • United Postal services case analysis
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  • Ielts
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    THE PROBLEM Introduction Technology is a manner of accomplishing a task using technical methods or knowledge, and one of the discoveries through technology is the Cellular Phone. Cellular Phone is a device that can make and receive telephone calls over a radio link while moving around a wide geographic...
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    of the course: Basics in Social Science. American international university –Bangladesh Dear Sir, we write this letter to inform you that we have prepared a research report on “Impact of Mobile Phone”, that you assigned us a partial requirement of the course, Basics in Social Science. The research report...
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